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Gain Better Visibility into Kubernetes Cost Allocation

Adopting Kubernetes and service-based architecture can bring many benefits to organizations – teams move faster and applications scale more easily. However, visibility into cloud costs is made more complicated with this transition. This is because applications and their resource needs are often dynamic, and teams share core resources without transparent prices attached to workloads.

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Securing Financial Transactions with Rancher

“With Rancher and Kubernetes, we’ve started moving to a microservices architecture. What this means is our teams don’t have to know Kubernetes inside out, just the projects they’re working on. Rancher simplifies Kubernetes for technicians, which results in greater agility and innovation.” Tertius Wessels, Senior Vice President of Engineering, Entersekt We’ve all heard about high-profile security hacks and have no doubt been the recipient of phishing emails.

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Faster Kubernetes Development with Rancher, DevSpace and Loft

Today, Kubernetes is getting more and more important, not only in the world of operations but also in the world of development. Knowledge in Kubernetes is a highly sought after skill. Yet the question remains whether developers should get access to Kubernetes and if they even need to know about Kubernetes at all.

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Rancher Recognized as a Leader in Latest Forrester Wave

The enterprise Kubernetes management space has definitely become a lot more crowded over the past two years as traditional vendors and startups alike attempt to grab a slice of this massive market. The increasingly competitive vendor landscape makes Forrester’s recent recognition of Rancher Labs that much more meaningful.

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Is Kubernetes Delivering on its Promise?

A headline in a recent Register article jumped off my screen with the claim: “No, Kubernetes doesn’t make applications portable, say analysts. Good luck avoiding lock-in, too.” Well, that certainly got my attention…for a couple of reasons. First, the emphasis on an absolute claim was quite literally shouting at me. In my experience, absolutes are rare occurrences in software engineering. Second, it was nearly impossible to imagine what evidence this conclusion was based on.

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Integrate AWS Services into Rancher Workloads with Triggermesh

Many businesses use cloud services on AWS and also run workloads on Kubernetes and Knative. Today, it’s difficult to integrate events from AWS to workloads on a Rancher cluster, preventing you from taking full advantage of your data and applications. To trigger a workload on Rancher when events happen in your AWS service, you need an event source that can consume AWS events and send them to your Rancher workload.

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Driving Kubernetes Adoption in Finance with Rancher

In Switzerland, Inventx is the IT partner of choice for financial and insurance service providers. Its full-stack DevOps platform, ix.AgileFactory, allows financial organizations to move to a modern, cloud-native and microservices-centric infrastructure. The platform decouples core applications from the central infrastructure, allowing organizations to better manage and innovate applications in safety.

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Multi-Cluster Vulnerability Scanning with Alcide and Rancher

Kubernetes provides the freedom to rapidly build and ship applications while dramatically minimizing deployment and service update cycles. However, the velocity of application deployment requires a new approach that involves integrating tools as early as possible in the deployment pipeline and inspecting the code and configuration against Kubernetes security best practices. Kubernetes has many security knobs that address various aspects required to harden the cluster and applications running inside.