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Jul 11, 2019   |  By Joel Speed
Two years ago, Pusher started building an internal Kubernetes based platform. As we transitioned from a single product to multiproduct company, we wanted to help our product teams spend less time worrying about shared concerns such as infrastructure and be able to focus more on writing business logic for our products. Over this period, our platform team have solved many of the problems that Kubernetes doesn’t solve out of the box. Until recently, we had not solved the problem of configuration.
Jul 9, 2019   |  By Casey Davenport
We are very excited to announce Calico v3.8. Here are some highlights from the release. You can now view IP address usage for each IP pool using calicoctl. This allows you to more easily manage the IP space in your cluster, providing a simple way to see which IP pools have addresses available and which are running low. See the calicoctl reference documentation for more detailed information on how to use this feature.
Jun 27, 2019   |  By Lee Briggs
This article originated from http://leebriggs.co.uk///blog/2018/11/07/kr8-kubernetes-config-mgmt.html Previous visitors to this blog will remember I wrote about configuration mgmt for Kubernetes clusters, and how the space was lacking. For those not familiar, the problem statement is this: it’s really hard to maintain and manage configuration for components of multiple Kubernetes clusters.
Jun 25, 2019   |  By Joel Speed
One of these problems is that Kubernetes has no login process. Ordinarily, the client software would initiate this login flow, but kubectl does not have this built in. Kubernetes leaves it up to you to design the login experience. In this post, I will explain the journey we took to get engineers logged in from the terminal and the challenges we faced along the way. The first step to SSO was to set up Dex as our Identity Provider.
Jun 21, 2019   |  By Vamsi Chemitiganti
Early adopter enterprises across verticals such as Retail, Manufacturing, Oil & Gas are looking to incorporate containers and Kubernetes as a way of modernizing their applications. Choosing k8s as a standard ensures that these applications can be deployed these on different data center infrastructures (bare metal/VMware/KVM on OpenStack etc) or on public clouds (AWS/Azure/GCP etc).
Feb 26, 2019   |  By Tigera
Discover how Tigera can help you achieve a scalable, secure, and compliant approach to containers on AWS.
Feb 26, 2019   |  By Tigera
This whitepaper explains five best practices to help meet network security and compliance requirements for modern microservices stack.
Feb 1, 2019   |  By Tigera
This guide contains detailed technical instructions on how to install and configure network security on Kubernetes platforms.
Jan 1, 2019   |  By Tigera
Tigera commission an unbiased, third-party research firm to speak with enterprise security professionals to understand the state of network security with modern applications.
Dec 1, 2018   |  By Tigera
OpenShift provides a declarative, automated platform to integrate developer workflows into application deployments leveraging open source building blocks such as Kubernetes.
Mar 28, 2019   |  By Tigera
Learn how to support a continuous adaptive risk and trust assessment (CARTA) approach leveraging accurate Kubernetes flow logs. 5-tuple logging is commonly used to monitor and detect anomalies and produces unreliable data that cannot accurately identify anomalies nor prove enforcement of security policies.
Mar 28, 2019   |  By Tigera
Learn how Anomaly Detection supports, what Gartner has termed, a continuous adaptive risk and trust assessment (CARTA) when building a CaaS platform using Kubernetes. Anomaly Detection expands the zero trust network security model and continuously assess the application and network risk that enables adaptive policy adjustments.
Jan 28, 2019   |  By Tigera
Learn how to support, what Gartner has termed, a continuous adaptive risk and trust assessment (CARTA) when building a CaaS platform using Kubernetes. Network security enables microsegmentation and is a core component of a zero trust security model. It allows you to protect your workloads against threats without relying on assumptions about the network, infrastructure, and workloads.
Dec 20, 2018   |  By Tigera
The Domain Name System (DNS) is used to associate IP addresses with meaningful names. By default, Kubernetes clusters configure internal DNS to provide for service discovery automatically. This makes it easy for workloads to locate and work with each other on Kubernetes clusters.
Dec 7, 2018   |  By Tigera
Are you looking into Istio? Many companies are investigating Istio to reduce the challenges of managing microservices as it delivers a uniform way to connect, monitor, and secure environments - especially used in concert with Kubernetes.