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Get started with Minikube

Learn how to run Kubernetes on the desktop, or as a Docker Desktop replacement, with a stripped-down version of the container orchestration platform for developer use.

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Meeting the challenges of multi-cluster Kubernetes

The difficulties and challenges of running Kubernetes multiply as you scale. Here are four things we’ll need to manage multi-cluster orchestration.

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Integrate security into CI/CD with the Trivy scanner

Open source Trivy plugs into the software build process and scans container images and infrastructure-as-code files for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.

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Docker really did change the world

Developers quickly understood the value of containers for building cloud-native applications, and that the Docker command-line tool was better than all of the bells and whistles they got with PaaS.

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Abstracting public clouds down to common services

Containers go beyond the hype to move enterprises forward with cloud-native applications. Abstracting services with them could commoditize public clouds.

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Microsoft’s Kubernetes for the rest of us

Azure Container Apps is a serverless Kubernetes service that manages scaling for you. Just bring your application’s containers, ready to run.

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How to use Docker for Java development

Take advantage of Docker to ease Java development. Learn how to update a running Java codebase (without restarting the container) and to debug into a remotely running containerized Java app.

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When containers become a nightmare

Too few people doing container development are paying attention to security issues. Doubling down on scanning at every stage is a simple solution.

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Complexity is killing software developers

The growing complexity of modern software systems is slowly killing software developers. How can you regain control, without losing out on the best these technologies have to offer?

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Continuous integration with Docker and Jenkins

How to pull from Git, build a Docker image, and publish the image to Docker Hub.

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What is Kubernetes? Your next application platform

By abstracting away management complexities, Kubernetes unlocks the potential of containers

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Azure updates AKS with new Kubernetes technologies

Microsoft continues to evolve Azure’s container orchestration platform, adding proxy and WebAssembly support.

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Kubernetes object storage best practices

Like Kubernetes itself, the underlying object storage should be distributed, decoupled, declarative, and immutable.

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Red Hat OpenStack tightens OpenShift Kubernetes integration

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16.2 allows OpenStack and OpenShift users to run VM-based and container-based workloads side by side with better performance and security.

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CNCF and Linux Foundation launch entry-level Kubernetes certification

The two foundations are launching their fourth Kubernetes certification, aimed at beginners and non-engineers interested in getting acquainted with the popular container orchestration technology.

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Quarkus: Get started with Kubernetes-native Java

Red Hat’s Quarkus is a full-stack, open-source Java framework designed for containers and cloud environments. See why it’s a worthy alternative to Spring.

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Lessons learned securing Kubernetes in the cloud

For any company exploring the potential of the cloud and Kubernetes, adopting infrastructure as code, security as code, and automation will be essential.

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Understanding WAGI, the WebAssembly Gateway Interface

One of the oldest web development techniques is back, ready to power a new generation of edge hardware and services.

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