Otomi avoids Technical Debt for Kubernetes platforms

Getting started with Kubernetes is a daunting endeavor, but a necessary one. For most organizations, it’s about digital transformation in the marketplace, where digital products and services are becoming the norm. That means getting and maintaining an edge is highly dependent on your ability to deliver more features … [Read more...]

Infrastructure inflexibility is wasting Kubernetes’ potential

At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 Virtual, the CNCF and its members talked about the adoption of cloud-native technologies. As Kubernetes is approaching version 1.19, the technology is starting to mature, and making its way into IT environments big and small, serving as the core for modern, cloud-native … [Read more...]

Spectro Cloud saves Kubernetes from vendor lock-in and DIY complexity

Kubernetes is great for developers creating containerized workloads and microservices. But it’s open, pluggable architecture and design principles can be scary at first sight: it just doesn’t hide any of its complexity, and managing a cluster’s lifecycle is a complex task, requiring expert knowledge … [Read more...]

Test Driving Nutanix Xi Leap in Test Drive

If you’re like me, I learn most when I get hands-on experience with something. That’s why in many of the technical writings I create, I ‘play around‘ with the product I’m writing about first. I just… use it. Explore it. Figure it out. Go through the admin and user interfaces. And for … [Read more...]

Chronosphere delivers on real-time insights for mission control teams

Chronosphere helps organizations operate reliably at scale and make data-driven decisions using their cloud-native microservices monitoring platform. "Chronosphere delivers on real-time insights for mission control teams" by Joep Piscaer was originally published on VirtualLifestyle.nl Originally posted on … [Read more...]

Defining the Shape Using CALMS with Jason Lee

At DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2019, Jason Lee shared a story about the shifting shape of the IJ over time to explain how, using the CALMS model, DevOps in your organization will change shape, too. This post was originally posted to Amazic World I liked his presentation so much, I wanted to repeat his message. If you’d … [Read more...]

Is VMware Project Pacific ‘Kubernetes done right’ for the enterprise?

The dust is starting to settle after this week’s VMworld. For me, the biggest announcement was Project Pacific: embedding the Kubernetes control plane directly into vSphere. VMware has seen the future is Kubernetes and acknowledged vSphere’s shortcomings to get to that future state. Project Pacific is not a … [Read more...]

Will VMware Project Pacific help customers transition to Kubernetes smoothly?

Project Pacific is an engineering project to natively embed Kubernetes into vSphere. Pacific is a deep, deep integration of the two technologies, embedding Kubernetes into ESXi to make containers first-class citizens in vSphere. The project gives developers a well-known way to deploy and operate their applications, … [Read more...]

Sysdig solves the instrumentation problem using eBPF

Sysdig unlocks forensics and anomaly detection by using age-old Wireshark wisdom translated into eBPF to monitor and trace modern, cloud-native, applications. "Sysdig solves the instrumentation problem using eBPF" by Joep Piscaer was originally published on VirtualLifestyle.nl Originally posted on … [Read more...]

How Datrium ControlShift uses VMware Cloud on AWS for cloud-native Disaster Recovery

Previously, I talked about how to set up ControlShift in the cloud. In this post, I’ll dive into the ControlShift cloud-native disaster recovery solution, and how it leverages VMware Cloud on AWS to do on-demand disaster recovery. While this post is about recovery to VMware Cloud on AWS, Datrium has announced … [Read more...]