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What is Google up to with Anthos? More toys dropped for Kubernetes-style hybrid cloud
The answer is that Anthos is not really a technology, but more of a brand, a wrapper around Google's cloud crown jewels, Kubernetes (K8s).
Google  multicloud  anthos  kubernetes  links  via:Workflow 
24 days ago by cote
Kubernetes’ next step could be to try orchestrating everything else
Could every element of an enterprise data center's infrastructure -- not just those newfangled containers, but virtual machines, "big data" platforms, and machine learning frameworks -- all eventually become orchestrated by Kubernetes, a product originally born out of Google's need to make order out of chaos?
Kubernetes  cloudnative  links  via:Workflow 
24 days ago by cote
Top Quotes from Cloud Foundry Summit Europe 2019
“We need to think about three things with Pivotal now that it is part of VMware: a common substrate (Kubernetes), the ability to manage it, and a build overlay. The cf push experience is important, making the experience better for developers.” —Craig McLuckie, VMware
VMware  Pivotal  kubernetes  m&a  links  via:Workflow 
25 days ago by cote
VMware CEO: IBM Paid Too Much for Red Hat
“We’re going to own the Kubernetes stack,” Gelsinger said at the Deutsche Bank Conference. “We’re not going to be relying on third-party code. It’s all going to be an integrated solution stack to execute on that Kubernetes.”

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“Do we assess the competitive environment? Well, of course, we do,” Gelsinger said. “So, IBM spent $34 billion doing this. I spent $2.8 billion [on Pivotal], plus add Heptio. So, I spent less than $3 billion and I think I have better assets.”
VMware  kubernetes  links  via:Workflow 
4 weeks ago by cote
The superpower to change one thing about Kubernetes
“It’s optimized for cloud native applications – those that follow the patterns that are in my book for example. That represents only a subset of the applications that our enterprise customers need to address. Our 2020 strategy is to broaden the definition of our platform. To be more than just Cloud Foundry, but to broaden it to a larger range of use cases. To broaden it to a larger market.”
Cfsummit  Pivotal  kubernetes  containers  links  via:Workflow 
4 weeks ago by cote
Waity K8-y no more Pivotal: We'll unhook Application Service from VMware
"The urgency was more around understanding the long term vision than an immediate need," said Andrews. "We're still very early. Everybody is talking about K8s all the time, but if you look at who is actually using it in production, the list is much shorter. Our technology stack works incredibly well, we have customers with over 100,000 containers working on the current platform. If we forecast out 3 to 5 years in the future though, it seems clear that K8s is going to be a de facto component in the architecture.”
Kubernetes  Pivotal  cfsummit  pivotalcloudfoundry  links  via:Workflow 
4 weeks ago by cote
Introducing VMware Tanzu Mission Control to Bring Order to Cluster Chaos
With VMware Tanzu Mission Control, we are providing customers with a powerful, API driven platform that allows operators to apply policy to individual clusters or groups of clusters, establishing guardrails and freeing developers to work within those boundaries.
kubernetes  tanzu  governance  vmworld  VMware  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
VMware Tanzu Completes the Modern Applications Picture
help customers build modern applications, run Kubernetes consistently across environments and manage it all from a single point of control.
kubernetes  VMware  vmworld  Pivotal  cloudnative  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
With Heptio and Pivotal, VMware Doubles Down on Kubernetes
The company introduced VMware Tanzu, a marketing name for a portfolio of products and services, existing and new, that will help enterprises build modern applications, run Kubernetes with consistency across environments, and manage all their Kubernetes clusters from a single control point. It will encompass aspects of its recent purchase of Bitnami, a library of packaged installers for web applications and development stacks, and the planned acquisition of Pivotal, which offers application development tools, data management products, and analytics intelligence platforms.
Vmworld  VMware  kubernetes  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
Welcoming Pivotal to VMware to Transform How the World Builds Software on Kubernetes
Some Pivotal momentum and footprint:

1. Pivotal made Netflix-style microservices the de-facto software architecture pattern in the enterprise. Spring Boot is now downloaded over 75 million times per month and is the most popular Java developer framework today
2. Pivotal’s Platform has enabled developers to quickly and securely get code from development to production. Today over 750,000 application instances run on this platform

AIs are containers/processes.
containers  VMware  kubernetes  momentum  Pivotal 
6 weeks ago by cote
VMware plan elevates Kubernetes to star enterprise status
VMware says that from 2018 to 2023 – with new tools/platforms, more developers, agile methods, and lots of code reuse – 500 million new logical apps will be created serving the needs of many application types and spanning all types of environments.
Modernization  VMware  vmworld  virtualization  kubernetes  cloudnative  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
VMware is bringing VMs and containers together, taking advantage of Heptio acquisition
“Kubernetes is a way of bringing a control metaphor to modern IT processes. You provide an expression of what you want to have happen, and then Kubernetes takes that and interprets it and drives the world into that desired state,” McLuckie explained.
VMware  kubernetes  systemsmanagement  cloudnative  vmworld  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
VMware Adds Containers to Its Cloud Provider Platform
The platform also added an integration with VMware’s container orchestrator, Enterprise PKS, which means cloud providers can offer containers-as-a-service. And at VMworld the vendor will showcase a technology preview of vCloud Director integration with Bitnami Community.

VMware bought Bitnami in May. It provides application packaging targeted at container and Kubernetes environments. The Bitnami Community houses one of the largest catalogs of click-to-deploy applications and development stacks. Combining this with and Enterprise PKS will allow VMware Cloud Providers to “provide a cloud that’s developer ready, and offer both VM-based workloads and container-based workloads from the same platform,” Bhardwaj said
VMware  vDirector  PKS  msps  cloud  containers  kubernetes  links  via:Workflow 
7 weeks ago by cote
Google debuts migration tool for its Anthos hybrid cloud platform
Anthos applications are deployed in software containers, which are used to host the individual components of each app and make them easier to work with. The main benefit is that developers get to use a single set of tools to build and deploy their apps, and push through updates as necessary, no matter what infrastructure those apps are hosted on. Kubernetes makes it easier to manage large clusters of containerized apps.
Anthos  google  cloud  multicloud  migration  kubernetes  links  via:Workflow 
10 weeks ago by cote
Ignore the hysteria, Cloud Foundry is just fine
Sure you can do a lot of things with Kubernetes. It’s great, but Cloud Foundry is designed to make “Happy developers,” as Comcast open-source senior director Nithya Ruff put it at the Cloud Foundry Summit.

Cloud Foundry’s audience, as Karl Isenberg, one of its developers, explained on StackOverflow, is “enterprise application devs who want to deploy 12-factor stateless apps using Heroku-style buildpacks.”
Cloudfoundry  kubernetes  docker  cloudnative  dxc  links  via:Workflow 
may 2019 by cote
Cloud Foundry PaaS undergoes seismic shifts as IT evolves
"Who cares about buzzword bingo?" said an executive director at a major media and entertainment company who requested anonymity. "How does Kubernetes solve my business problems? How does it improve the developer experience? I'm not sure throwing more flour around necessarily creates more bread."
cloudfoundry  kubernetes  cloudnative  quotes  cff 
april 2019 by cote
Users forge ahead with Cloud Foundry-Kubernetes integration
"There are a million solutions out there to your technical problems, but what we wanted was to solve the people and process problems,"
Cloudfoundry  Proofpoints  cases  platform  kubernetes  digitaltransformation  links  via:Workflow 
april 2019 by cote
Cloud Foundry Project Eirini Inches the Group Closer to Kubernetes
“A lot of work needs to be done for that but it’s evolving quickly,” Childers said of interoperability tests using Eirini as a bridge between Diego and Kubernetes. He did add that the evolution from Diego to Eirini, if it does occur, will be similar to how Cloud Foundry moved from its DEA architecture system to its Diego architecture system. That involved Diego having to show functional parity to DEA and the necessary production readiness for vendors and organizations to feel comfortable using Diego in place of DEA.
Cloudfoundry  kubernetes  Cff  cfsummit  cloudnative  links  via:Workflow 
april 2019 by cote
SUSE on Cloud 9 for love-in with OpenStack and Kubernetes
> With the Cloud Application Platform 1.4, SUSE has set its sights on a multi-cloud world laying claim to being the first software distribution to go 100 per cent Kubernetes for Cloud Foundry.
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> The juice comes from Cloud Foundry's Project Eirini, which allows devs to seamlessly switch between Kubernetes or Cloud Foundry Diego as their container scheduler. An organisation already invested in the Kubernetes world therefore does not have to faff around with the Cloud Foundry Application Runtime orchestration. A single scheduler should do the trick.
SUSE  openstack  kubernetes  cloudnative  cloudfoundry  links  via:Workflow 
april 2019 by cote
What happened to OpenStack?
> So, you see, creating a viable, open source, hyperscale cloud software solution was against the best interest of the companies most heavily investing in OpenStack’s development.

> When you’re looking at other cloud products, think about similar conflicts of interest that might be affecting your favorite spokespersons today… (I’m looking at you, kubernetes)

Spelled out:

> Even then, if you’re using Kubernetes, you probably won’t succeed, because it isn’t in Google’s best interest to let anyone else actually compete with GKE.

> And that’s probably OK. In fact, OpenStack + Kubernetes is probably just fine for what ever you’re building, and neither project is going anywhere any time soon.
cloud  google  kubernetes  openstack  opensource 
march 2019 by cote
VMware offers pure open-source Kubernetes, no chaser
Following the usual, clear portfolio for open source infrastructure.
distros  vmware  kubernetes  pks 
february 2019 by cote
Kubernetes Culture Change
> Thus we've seen a bunch of Kubernetes services spring up, run by the same people who brought you all the other Infrastructures-as-a-Service. Google (from whence Kubernetes emerged originally) has Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Amazon has Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), Microsoft has Azure Container Service (AKS), VMware has VMware Kubernetes Engine (VKE), you get the idea. Pivotal has Pivotal Container Service (PKS) that can run on AWS, Google Cloud Platform, VMware, and (as of its recent PKS 1.3 launch) also Azure.
cloudnative  kubernetes 
february 2019 by cote
PKS - a Painkiller for Kubernetes
The list of pains:

One cluster is not enough
Developers want clusters close to them, for low latency
Data storage
Day two operations - upgrading, scaling, capacity management
Managing heterogeneous infrastructure underneath the platform
Backup & restore, disaster recovery
pks  kubernetes  cloudnative  pivotal  containers 
january 2019 by cote
Simplifying kubernetes use
> As a scheduler of containers, Kubernetes does a pretty good job. If you keep it focused on that key task, it can take you miles. As a manager of a large scale distributed infrastructure, it’s not so good.
cases  kubernetes  target  cloudnative 
january 2019 by cote
A Pivotal Director, RedMonk Analyst Discuss the State of Open Source in 2018 by The New Stack Analysts
I was on a end-of-year podcast on open source, kubernetes, and vendor sports:

> It would have been difficult to predict the magnitude of open source’s role in today’s platforms and the explosion of choice on offer in today’s computing world thanks to its massive adoption.  On the industry side, IBM’s purchase of Linux giant Red Hat this year for an astounding $34 billion has come as an even bigger surprise.

> The state of open source in 2018, and especially, the IBM's Red Hat purchase, were discussed during a podcast with Rachel Stephens, an analyst with of RedMonk, and Michael Coté, director, marketing, at Pivotal Software, hosted by Libby Clark, editorial director, and Alex Williams, founder and editor-in-chief, of The New Stack.

> Indeed, 2018 is even being touted at the “year of open source” in many circles, Stephens said. “The mega acquisitions and just tends to really validate open-source as the method of building in the future and as a viable approach for building your stack. And I think, at the same time, we contrast that with some kind of clouds on the horizon in terms of the growing tension between an ability to run an open source business in the face of cloud providers.”
podcast  redhat  opensource  Kubernetes  cotespeaking  redmonk 
january 2019 by cote
The future of Kubernetes is Virtual Machines
Multi-tenancy ain’t easy:

> The Kubernetes cluster itself becomes the line of “Hard Tenanacy”. This leads to the emerging pattern of “many clusters” rather than “one big shared” cluster. Its not uncommon to see customers of Google’s GKE Service have dozens of Kubernetes clusters deployed for multiple teams. Often each developer gets their own cluster. This kind of behavior leads to a shocking amount of Kubesprawl.
cloudnative  containers  kubernetes  cloud 
january 2019 by cote
Keep kubernetes clusters small and dumb
> Rule #2: take away the problem of scale from infrastructure, push it back on the apps — things run surprisingly well. Smaller clusters, more of them.
kubernetes 
january 2019 by cote
Kubernetes, what it’s for
> The reason that Kubernetes is successful is because people look at it and they don’t understand why they need it until they see it do stuff. Then they say “Oh my God, I need that!”I can’t say how many talks and presentations I’ve done in front of skeptical audiences where they don’t understand what it’s for. Just by showing short and simple features like “let’s do a rolling update” I watch what happens. I stop it halfway through and then roll it back and they’re like ”that’s what I do by hand. It takes me a ton more energy than what you just did.” So I think it captures things that people really wanted.

On DevOps-oriented app teams vs. SREs:

> I’m a little bit sad how complex Kubernetes is right now. In some sense Kubernetes is not for end users, it’s for people who set up clusters and clusters are for end users. At Google, we’ve always separated the roles that were involved in cluster management into two very specific ones: the cluster operators and the application operators.
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> The cluster operators know everything about Borg and they know a little bit about each application that runs on Borg in a profile they understand, but not the details. They’re able to keep the Borg clusters up and running and they have SLAs around that and so forth. The application teams (like Google search or Gmail) come in and they say “I know how to use Borg but I don’t know how Borg runs and I don’t need to.” They come in and they run their applications on top of Borg and that split gives people a really nice ability to focus. Kubernetes is really aimed at those cluster operators.
kubernetes  cloudnative  containers 
december 2018 by cote
Rancher Labs Ropes Tencent, Alibaba, Huawei Support Into Containe
> “The market has really heated up this year, and clearly that is what’s driving the acquisitions,” Williams said. “I’ve had a half-dozen customers tell me in the last month they see containerization and Kubernetes as the single most strategic project/platform in their company, and the future of their cloud strategy. It is certainly not surprising that companies are acquiring teams with strong container knowledge.”

> Williams understandably passed on offering any insight into Rancher Labs’ own future. But he did note that Rancher Labs alone added 27 new customers during the third quarter, with nearly all part of the Fortune 500.
rancher  kubernetes  china  momentum  containers 
november 2018 by cote
Big Blue Puts on a Red Hat: IBM Acquires Red Hat
> While many organizations have extensive on and off premise infrastructure investments, comparatively few of them are sophisticated in the way that those environments are tied to each other. If expectations are scaled back to the more realistic “multi-cloud” – the idea that an organization may have investments in more than one environment – the relevance and importance of OpenShift becomes more clear.

This is clever to point out that enterprises have enough trouble integrating their existing, on-premise stuff, let along the complexity and newness of tying together public and private cloud.
cloud  multicloud  IBM  redhat  kubernetes  m&a  containers  redmonk 
november 2018 by cote
Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.3
A laundry list of new feature and services in the software I market around. There’s a lot of .Net expansion, adding some standard platform services (like a task scheduler), and Morlock stuff like multi-install (would you say “zone”?) OpenStack, and Kubernetes and embedded OS update:
releases  kubernetes  pivotal  cloudnative  PivotalCloudFoundry 
october 2018 by cote
VMworld 2018: Pivotal Container Service and the Long Road to NoOps
> [Swisscom’s] Massalt polled the audience, asking how many of them had experience with updating their Kubernetes clusters. No one, in a reasonably full ballroom, raised a hand.

> “There’s a reason for this: because it’s a painful process,” he said. It’s why Swisscom had already adopted BOSH as an automated deployment tool for replacing old versions and updating the underlying platform, thus taking care of a large chunk of Day-2 operations.
vmworld  cases  swisscom  pks  kubernetes  panels  vmware  payments 
september 2018 by cote
VMworld 2018: VMware Wants to Re-Architect Your Containers for NSX - The New Stack
“The developer shouldn’t have to know how to program NSX, or know what the security isolation boundaries are,” continued Fazzone. “But they should know that their organization has taken steps to unify the networking approach between the containerized applications and the traditional applications running in VMs, and take advantage of that ‘service’ offered by IT to extend the NSX-T support up into their container platform, versus just defaulting to the Layer 2 default that’s available in the open source community — so that their organization can realize that complete connectivity model in a consistent way.”
vmware  vmworld  pks  kubernetes  cloudnative 
september 2018 by cote
Google sets Kubernetes free with $9m in its pocket for expenses
“CNCF has reason to be magnanimous beyond the Chocolate Factory prize money – cloud-oriented enterprise software is all the rage. According to CNCF stats published on Wednesday, production usage of CNCF projects has increased more than 200 per cent on average since December 2017 and evaluation – companies testing said code – has risen 372 per cent.... Among CNCF survey respondents – 2,400 IT-types mostly from the US and Europe – 40 per cent of those from enterprise companies (5,000+ employees) report running Kubernetes in production. Over the whole set of people answering the survey, 58 per cent said they are using Kubernetes in production, with 42 per cent considering it for future deployment.”
cloudnative  surveys  containers  opensource  kubernetes 
august 2018 by cote
What Will Be the Real Impact From Knative?
“Knative is using the market momentum behind Kubernetes to provide an established platform on which to support serverless deployments that can run across different public clouds.”
marketing  kubernetes  serverless  knative  cloudnative 
august 2018 by cote
GKE On-Prem
Networking considered hard: “The amusing thing is that they wanted to connect a GKE On-Prem install running on VSphere for the demo. They could not get a public IP, so they just used MiniKube. Frankly, I think the demo at #GoogleNext2018 was far more amazing connecting MiniKube.”
kubernetes  google  cloudnative  privatecloud 
august 2018 by cote
Istio Aims To Be The Mesh Plumbing For Containerized Microservices
“The latter piece can be the tricky one when using containers to develop microservices. How do you link up all the component parts when they may be spread across a cluster of server nodes, and instances of them are continually popping up and later being retired as they are replaced by updated versions? In a service-oriented architecture (SOA), which microservices can be seen as the evolutionary heir to, this kind of task is analogous to that taken care of by an enterprise service bus (ESB). So what is needed is a kind of cloud-native version of an ESB.... This is the job that Istio, a relatively new open source project, aims to fill. It is officially described as a service mesh, because parts of it are distributed across the infrastructure alongside the containers it manages, and it sets out to meet the requirements of service discovery, load balancing, message routing, telemetry, and monitoring – and, of course, security.”
istio  containers  kubernetes  cloudnative  servicemesh 
august 2018 by cote
Kubernetes for the Kubernewbie - The Journey
“Kubernetes was created to bring the idea of dynamic, container-centric, managed, scheduled-cluster thinking outside of Google... But what is a container and what does a containerized application mean in this context?”
kubernetes  containers  cloudnative  frontside 
august 2018 by cote
TUTORIAL - Deploying Software on PKS: Creating a Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Spinnaker
"I can see how on larger teams with meaningful applications it could add a ton of value and help streamline the deployment processes."
cloudnative  cicd  kubernetes  spinnaker  pivotal 
august 2018 by cote
Istio sets sail as Red Hat renovates OpenShift container ship
“The software serves as a management mechanism for distributed microservices, providing capabilities like traffic management, service identity and security, policy enforcement and telemetry among apps running across multiple Kubernetes clusters and hosts.”
istio  kubernetes  microservices  cloudnative  redhat 
august 2018 by cote
Kubernetes is the new app server
Indeed!

‘Then there's the whole cloud angle. Kubernetes has "quickly become the central container orchestration engine for most major cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, and Red Hat OpenShift," Guiu states. "With services like Amazon EKS, Azure Kubernetes Service, and Google Kubernetes Engine the developer experience is becoming more seamless and doesn't require a developer to install, manage, or operate Kubernetes clusters. We're going to see further innovation here so that a developer can just drop an application and run it in Kubernetes without having to build the Docker image."’
redhat  kubernetes  appservers  cloudnative 
july 2018 by cote
Press 1 for automagic K8s cluster. Press 2 or 3 for complex Kubernetes
“many developers want to adopt Kubernetes, but have little interest in provisioning the infrastructure, little skill at doing so optimally and no appetite to hire people to do either chore.”

Yeah. In other words: infrastructure software, a concise history.
vmware  containers  kubernetes 
june 2018 by cote
Embracing Kubernetes Doesn't Have to Mean OPERATING Kubernetes - Container Solutions
“You can now embrace Kubernetes without managing all the pain yourself. AKS going GA yesterday was the trigger: now, all three major cloud providers offer production-ready managed Kubernetes services. Businesses may now run Kubernetes on the cloud of their choice, without needing to install, operate, and maintain their own Kubernetes management infrastructure.”
publiccloud  kubernetes  platforms 
june 2018 by cote
IBM Drops Cloud Management Platform Onto Kubernetes
“The CMS platform is used by organizations to manage enterprise applications. Those applications include offerings from SAP and Oracle. CMS includes security, disaster recovery, automated infrastructure, and application management.... IBM launched its Cloud Private service last November. It’s built on a Kubernetes-based container architecture that supports integration and portability of workloads between the cloud environment and management across multiple clouds. This includes IBM Cloud, IBM PowerVC, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and VMware on and off premises.”
kubernetes  cloudnative  IBM  containers  legacy 
june 2018 by cote
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Is Now Generally Available - More Regions and New Features
“The GA release of AKS includes a set of new features available in all regions like the Kubernetes role-based access control (RBAC), Azure Active Directory-based identity, and the ability to deploy clusters into pre-existing custom virtual networks.”
azure  kubernetes  publiccloud  cloudnative 
june 2018 by cote
The full-time job of keeping up with Kubernetes
“In practice and actual fact, what really matters for older Kubernetes version support is the continued availability and exercising of its end-to-end testing pipeline. If the machinery to quickly update an old release continues to exist, and exist in a state of good (non-flakey) repair, cutting a patch release is just a matter of someone – you, your provider or your vendor – having the engineering gumption to push it through. If a critical security fix isn’t back-ported to an older Kubernetes version, that’s a strong sign that no reasonably professional team is using that version in production anymore.”
history  testing  opensource  cloudnative  kubernetes 
june 2018 by cote
CNCF Brings the Helm Package Manager for Kubernetes into the Fold
“The software allows users to share applications as Kubernetes charts. The applications themselves, under Helm, can be consistently set up across different Kubernetes deployments. The software also provides a way to manage individual Kubernetes manifests, or configuration files... Helm joins a growing number of CNCF projects, all designed to ease the process of running workloads on cloud services in a vendor-neutral way. Other projects include Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, Linkerd, gRPC, CoreDNS, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF, Vitess, and NATS.”
cloudnative  packaging  kubernetes 
june 2018 by cote
The State Of The Kubernetes Ecosystem
Overview of the (vendor) players.

Also:

- "According to predictions from 451 Research, the market is set to grow from $762 million in 2016 to $2.7 billion by 2020."

- “A Forrester study found that 66% of organizations who adopted containers experienced accelerated developers efficiency, while 75% of companies achieved a moderate to significant increase in application deployment speed.”
kubernetes  marketsizing  451  Forrester  surveys  overviews  startups  cloudnative  profiltes 
june 2018 by cote
Kubernetes won – so now what?
"Kubernetes has in fact already lost the war to serverless."

All the cool kids are leap-frogging their thurt leadership.
redmonk  serverless  kubernetes  conferences  KubeCon 
june 2018 by cote
The Kubernetes ‘fork’: Open source purists miss the point | InfoWorld
“Enterprises want stuff that works. As much as we in the open source world chatter and fret about vendor lockin, enterprises have demonstrated a remarkable ability to shrug off that concern and buy deeply into Microsoft, Oracle, and, yes, Red Hat’s OpenShift.”
cloudnative  redhat  opensource  kubernetes 
may 2018 by cote
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth takes aim at VMware and Red Hat at OpenStack Summit
“A lot of institutions are figuring out that Ubuntu and upstream Kubernetes gives them 80% of what they need from PaaS, while the open Kubernetes ecosystem takes care of the remaining 20%. And that comes in at a third of the cost of Red Hat,” he said.

Also, he says they’re much cheaper than VMware and RHEL.
kubernetes  opensource  linux  cloudnative  canonical 
may 2018 by cote
CoreOS Is New Linux, Not A RHEL Classic Killer
‘Importantly, the OpenShift platform cloud software, which included Red Hat’s own implementation of the Kubernetes container controller, will be deployable on either the full-on Red Hat Enterprise Linux in pets mode or the minimalist Red Hat CoreOS in cattle mode. But it will be using the Tectonic version of the Kubernetes controller going forward as well as integrating the Prometheus monitoring tool and etcd for storing telemetry. Gracely tells The Next Platform that the implementation of Kubernetes had outside dependencies such as the CloudForms hybrid cloud management tool (formerly ManageIQ) and was not “native” to Kubernetes in the same way that Tectonic is, meaning free of outside dependenies.’
kubernetes  integration  redhat  platforms  openshift  cloudnative  coreos 
may 2018 by cote
The Top Challenges Kubernetes Users Face with Deployment
“The results show that complexity — a common criticism of Kubernetes — is only the fifth most cited challenge. In the lead are infrastructure-related challenges. Security was cited by 46 percent of Kubernetes users, with networking and storage coming in second and third place.”
cncf  kubernetes  cloudnative  surveys 
may 2018 by cote
Kubernetes 1.10 Release Hits Storage, Security, and Networking
“a stronger focus on storage, security, and networking as it hits double digits.”
releases  cloudnative  containers  kubernetes 
march 2018 by cote
Finally, a more coherent IBM story?
‘IBM is pushing their cloud hard than ever before. Even though it is mostly IBM Cloud Private, this is the first time I heard a more consistent hybrid cloud story. They have moved away from OpenStack (completely) and CloudFoundry (for the most part) and building a good hybrid cloud story using Kubernetes. Both he product team and services team seem to be quite excited about the opportunity Kubernetes offers them. Kubernetes on Bare Metal as a service is a step in the right direction. Unlike OpenStack and, to some extent, CloudFoundry, Kubernetes gives IBM a chance to have a more unified story from their infrastructure assets to middleware assets. Their “One Cloud Architecture” push is directed in this direction and helps IBM tell a consistent story across their entire portfolio.’
multicloud  blockchain  cloudfoundry  IBM  privatecloud  kubernetes  serverless 
march 2018 by cote
IBM's cloud strategy revolves around multi-cloud support, grabbing new workloads
‘Among the moving parts from IBM:

-The IBM Cloud Private platform will get cloud-migration tools with an "application transformation advisor" that scans applications and provides guidance on moving them to the cloud. Cloud Automation Manager will help deploy these applications on-premises or in a cloud of choice.

-Kubernetes container support is expanded. IBM Cloud Private will offer new container versions of IBM app development and management software. These container versions will cover API

-Connect, UrbanCode and Netcool. IBM also added new support for Windows containers running .Net apps.

-A cloud integration platform that includes messaging, API management, app integration, secure gateway and high-speed trial software.

- Rapid data transfer to the cloud via a Aspera high-speed data upload option in IBM Cloud Object Storage.’
IBM  kubernetes  announcements  cloud  multicloud 
march 2018 by cote
Using VMware’s Harbor with PKS (and Why Kubernetes Needs a Container Registry)
“A container registry is the repository for all your container images. Since your core business applications are packaged into containers (built out of container images), you must protect these images just as you would any other important enterprise IT system. That’s where the image registry comes into play.”
pivotal  pks  security  kubernetes 
march 2018 by cote
Aqua Extends Container Security Platform to Kubernetes, Cloud Services
“With Aqua 3.0, users can create fine-grained user access control roles and policies. Access to kubectl commands can be specified to particular users, and governed by Aqua’s scalable labeling format. The Kubernetes controls also provides the ability to block unapproved images from running across entire cluster, as well as the ability to control network traffic based on Kubernetes namespaces, clusters or deployments.”

Plus, some policy drift report making. Done with a sidecar.
audit  kubernetes  security  accesscontrol 
march 2018 by cote
IBM Brings Kubernetes Service To Bare Metal
‘By extending its managed service to dedicated servers, IBM can deliver Kubernetes in a form that fits any organization's cloud strategy, he said, such as building a cloud-native machine learning app, processing large workloads or migrating apps that ingest large amounts of data. "This gives developers greater control over where their workloads reside and enables them to isolate workloads to specific servers," McGee said.’
IBM  kubernetes  privatecloud  baremetal 
march 2018 by cote
Why should Kubernetes be scared of AWS?
The scenario of AWS out-kubernetes kubernetes by layering another abstraction layer on-top of it to hide kubernetes from end-users “caring” about it: “In a not so distant future, users of container clusters will not care if they are using Kubernetes or under some AWS abstraction because it is the efficient way to do containers.”

Also, clever invocation or Xen as a historic analog.
kubernetes  cloudnative  cloud  containers 
march 2018 by cote
The Kubernetes Lesson
“In modern software development organizations, however, what gets used in development and testing environments has a habit of showing up in production. This was the opportunity that Kubernetes was built to take advantage of. It provided developers with a means – an open source means, naturally – of taking the containers they were so enamored of and running them in production environments, but without having to make determinations such as which containers run on which hardware. In its initial incarnation, this was the simple, basic job that Kubernetes was hired for.”
kubernetes  redmonk  containers 
march 2018 by cote
VMware might just have cracked the container market with NSX
“But perhaps the most significant news was that VMware has started to see customers buy its NSX network virtualization software just to put it to work with the Pivotal Container Service.”
qtr_calls  networking  nsx  sdn  vmware  kubernetes  pks 
march 2018 by cote
PKS: The answer for “everything else” in your data center
“PKS will provide a comfortable environment to run freshly containerized legacy workloads and packaged software in an on-premise model to start, if desired, on top of VMWare vSphere.”
legacy  pks  kubernetes  pivotal 
february 2018 by cote
Heptio readies its customers and community for Kubernetes critical mass
Includes some packaging/pricing:

“HKS is offered in four tiers including Starter, with one supported configuration, unlimited tickets and up to 25 nodes; Professional, intended for organizations that are growing their deployments, with up to three supported configurations, unlimited tickets and up to 250 nodes; Enterprise, for large, mission-critical environments that covers up to five supported configurations, unlimited tickets and up to 750 nodes; and a Custom version, intended for the largest web-scale environments of more than 750 nodes. Pricing starts at $24,000 per year for the Starter tier.”
heptio  pricing  451  kubernetes  cloudnative 
february 2018 by cote
Look at stupid, sexy Kubernetes with all the cloud firms hanging off its musclebound arms
"I think that a lot of companies find themselves using Kubernetes because it's going to be built into the AWS's and the Azures and so on," Longbottom said. "So if you're going to be looking at a hybrid cloud then you might as well be putting Kubernetes in place in your private cloud environment, because you'll be able to plug far more easily into the public cloud component of the hybrid."
platforms  publiccloud  kubernetes  cloudnative 
february 2018 by cote
Docker Who? By Acquiring CoreOS, Red Hat Aims to Be the Kubernetes Company
“So while this deal clearly changes the playing field for Kubernetes in the developer space, and probably further marginalizes Docker, it may actually not be the kind of “market consolidation” that used to characterize the maturity of a software platform. More likely, it’s the latest step by a major player in the server marketplace to find a way to capitalize on the success of a product that, had it been commercial and proprietary from the start, might have been a gold mine… except that, had it been commercial and proprietary, no one would have ever heard of it.”
m&a  redhat  marketshare  kubernetes  markshare  coreos 
february 2018 by cote
Red Hat tries CoreOS on for size – and buys
‘The elder open source software biz sees the younger firm's technology helping it automate and simplify its OpenShift container app platform, as well as improving its security and application portability in hybrid cloud environments. Red Hat says it will provide more details about how CoreOS products will be handled in the months ahead. It characterizes them as complementary to its own wares, althugh its plans may involve "integrating products and migrating customers to any combined offerings" at some later date.’
m&a  redhat  coreos  exits  cloudnative  kubernetes 
february 2018 by cote
Cisco jumps on the Kubernetes bandwagon with its new Container Platform
“The company said the Container Platform takes care of the “setup, orchestration, authentication, monitoring, networking, load balancing and optimization” of containers. Deployment of containers is also simplified through automation, as the platform takes care of the most repetitive tasks in this process. It can also be extended to other important aspects of IT, such as networking, security and more, officials said.”
cloudnative  cisco  kubernetes 
february 2018 by cote
Red Hat to Acquire CoreOS, Expanding its Kubernetes and Containers Leadership
Price of $250m - “an innovator and leader in Kubernetes and container-native solutions.”
m&a  coreos  cloudnative  kubernetes  RedHat  etcd 
january 2018 by cote
VMware and Pivotal’s PKS Distribution Marries Kubernetes with BOSH
“When we look at differentiators, I would say that there are a few and NSX-T, which provides east-west micro-segmentation of traffic between two VMs within the same network, is one of the strongest differentiators. BOSH is also a strong differentiator as well, in terms of offering self-healing capabilities. But being able to integrate with VMware tools is one of the key differentiators,” said Dul.
kubernetes  sdn  vmware  PivotalCloudFoundry  nsx  pivotal 
january 2018 by cote
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