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How to nail the Kubernetes certification exams

Whether you are going for your CKAD, CKA, or CKS certification, these tips from recently certified professionals will help you pass the exam the first time.

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4 reasons to get Kubernetes-certified, and 4 reasons not to

What are the most important Kubernetes certifications and are they worth it? Here are four reasons to get certified, and four reasons to think better of it.

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How to run Azure services on your own servers

Microsoft’s Azure Arc now supports Azure App Services.

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What’s new in Kubernetes 1.22

The latest release of the popular open source system for running containerized applications brings Server-side Apply out of beta and improves support for Windows hosts.

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Oracle launches Verrazzano container platform for Kubernetes

Platform promises to unify application lifecycle management across microservices and traditional applications and to bridge on-premises and cloud environments.

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What is Docker? The spark for the container revolution

Docker helps developers build lightweight and portable software containers that simplify application development, testing, and deployment.

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In search of the devops ideal

There’s no one-size-fits-all solution for devops, but we can describe a development process and toolchain that flex to absorb all the complexity we require. Let’s see how these pieces fit together.

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Red Hat OpenShift 4.8 shines on CI/CD, serverless functions

Update to the Kubernetes-based application development platform also features sandboxed containers, which run in a lightweight virtual machine.

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You’re thinking about Kubernetes all wrong

Try using Kubernetes like an app server for smaller teams instead of treating it like a centralized cloud.

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It's time to get more aggressive with Kubernetes

By now, Kubernetes is pretty mature. It's time to take some risks and develop the next generation of applications. Perhaps we can weaponize it to build a better business.

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What to look for (and look out for) in container registries

Pulling from container registries is key to ensuring the health and resilience of the CI/CD pipeline. Choose your registry with care.

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How Kubernetes works

If you want to understand containers, microservices architecture, modern application development, and cloud native computing, you need to understand Kubernetes.

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Red Hat OpenShift ramps up security and manageability with Platform Plus

The new version of OpenShift aims to help customers secure and manage their Kubernetes clusters across a variety of environments.

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6 reasons to switch to managed Kubernetes

Managed Kubernetes services have matured to the point where many enterprises are handing over the keys to their clusters. Here we identify some of the main drivers behind that trend.

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Running microservices on Google Cloud Platform

From roll-your-own Kubernetes and PaaS to serverless containers and serverless functions, Google provides many options for building microservices applications in the cloud. Here’s a guide.

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No one wants to manage Kubernetes anymore

The availability of solid and varied managed Kubernetes options has seen more and more companies shy away from managing their own clusters. Here’s why.

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What is unified policy as code, and why do you need it?

By decoupling policy from applications, policy as code allows you to change the coding for policy without changing the coding for apps. Translation: reliability, uptime, and efficiency.

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Run containers on Azure App Service

Simple container-based web apps and services don’t need Kubernetes to run on Azure.

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