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Your Linux container and Kubernetes forecast for 2021

Developments in containers and virtualization, container tooling, containers for edge computing, and Kubernetes you should have on your radar in the coming year and beyond.

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When Kubernetes is not the solution

This powerful tool is right for many applications and wrong for others. Here’s how to tell when a square Kubernetes peg won’t fit into a round application hole.

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Using OPA with GitOps to speed cloud-native development

Devops teams are flocking to GitOps strategies to accelerate development time frames and eliminate cloud misconfigurations. They should adopt a similar ‘as-code’ approach to policy.

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Jumping into Azure Arc Data Services

Azure Arc brings Azure databases to your on-premises servers and applications.

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How to bring zero-trust security to microservices

Why we must use a zero-trust security model in microservices and how to implement it using the Kuma universal service mesh.

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What’s new in Kubernetes 1.20

The latest release of the container orchestration system deprecates the Docker runtime in favor of its own runtime interface

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Using OPA for multicloud policy and process portability

How Open Policy Agent allows developer teams to write and enforce consistent policy and authorization across multicloud and hybrid cloud environments

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Steeltoe: Simplify building .NET cloud microservices

Open source .NET tools help build and deploy distributed applications to Spring Cloud and Kubernetes.

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3 ways containers shine in a crisis

Linux containers provide the kind of flexible, agile, and secure development environment needed during times of change

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Red Hat Quarkus Java stack moves to OpenShift

The Quarkus framework allows developers to build Kubernetes-native Java applications, now on OpenShift

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Using OPA for cloud-native app authorization

How companies like Netflix, Pinterest, Yelp, Chef, and Atlassian use OPA for ‘who-and what-can-do-what’ application policy

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IBM adds code risk analyzer to cloud-based CI/CD

IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery’s Code Risk Analyzer scans Python, Node.js, and Java source code in Git repositories for security and legal risks

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Kubernetes at the edge with Akri

Microsoft’s latest Kubernetes extension adds device discovery and management.

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How to run Cassandra and Kubernetes together

Kubernetes runs distributed applications, and Apache Cassandra provides a distributed database environment. Here’s how you can run them together

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How BT is shifting its engineers into the fast lane

BT’s head of software engineering excellence lays out the telco’s route to streamlining development, modernizing applications, automating deployments

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Kubernetes and cloud portability — it’s complicated

Kubernetes doesn’t offer the magical application portability you might expect, but something better

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Using OPA to safeguard Kubernetes

Open Policy Agent addresses Kubernetes authorization challenges with a full toolkit for integrating declarative policies into any number of application and infrastructure components

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The five best Kubernetes security practices

Everyone is moving to containers for their programs, and to manage them, almost everyone is using Kubernetes. That leads to one big problem: How do you secure Kubernetes itself?

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