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Microsoft’s attempt to fork Kubernetes via AKS will fail

Microsoft is a smart company, and increasingly savvy about open source. It should know better than to try to fork the container orchestration community

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Managed Kubernetes: AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Cloud

Which managed Kubernetes service should you choose? Amazon EKS, Azure Kubernetes Service, and Google Kubernetes Engine compared

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The cloud in 2019: Multicloud, serverless computing, and Kubernetes containers

Enterprises are quickly moving up the cloud stack, away from infrastructure services

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The best open source software for cloud computing

InfoWorld’s 2018 Best of Open Source Software Award winners in cloud computing

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Interview: Craig McLuckie and Joe Beda on the value of Kubernetes

The Docker container orchestration technology fills the gap between IaaS, which is too low-level, and PaaS, which is too high-level

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Jenkins CI/CD is in trouble, so its founder wants to split it up

The autonomous nature of the Jenkins community has made it unable to solve some issues, which are becoming more pronounced with the project now more than ten years old

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Why containers are like Google Docs

Each generation of technology has made collaboration easier, containers are just the latest iteration in managing the content on a server, and their strikingly similar to the business value in online document collaboration

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Scale out and conquer: Architectural decisions behind distributed in-memory systems

Open source solutions hold the key to a cost-effective, unified architecture for leveraging in-memory computing

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Understanding programmatic Azure infrastructures

With Azure, your infrastructure is code, so you can manage it from the Azure CLI or from third-party tools

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Kubeflow brings Kubernetes to machine learning workloads

Project works with TensorFlow library, eases ML deployments

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Introducing the Kubernetes Operator for TiDB

Learn how to use the TiDB Operator to deploy, monitor, and manage the distributed, MySQL-compatible, TiDB database on Kubernetes clusters

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A peek into Azure’s Kubernetes container pattern future

The future of the cloud is distributed applications. So how do you get better at building and deploying them?

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GKE tutorial: Get started with Google Kubernetes Engine

Discover how easy it is to create a Kubernetes cluster, add a service, configure autoscaling, and tap other great features of GKE

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How Kubernetes conquers stateful cloud-native applications

Kubernetes has added many layers of support for building stateful applications and managing them at scale. It’s only a start

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Build your own serverless platform in Kubernetes with Brigade

Microsoft’s big bet on Azure, Kubernetes, and containers is for more than massive applications

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How Red Hat has come to dominate Kubernetes

Kubernetes seems destined to rule enterprise infrastructure, but, oddly, only Google and Red Hat seem to be playing to win in Kubernetes

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Open source serverless: Fission, Fn, Kubeless, and OpenWhisk

Do-it-yourself serverless frameworks offer freedom from cloud lock-in, but at the cost of cloud convenience and ease

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The Kubernetes ‘fork’: Open source purists miss the point

Is Red Hat’s OpenShift a fork of Kubernetes? No, but it still shouldn’t matter if it were

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The rise of the Istio service mesh

How do you bring reliability, security, and manageability to microservices communications? Enter the service mesh

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Making Kubernetes work for the average engineer—via PaaS

Despite being the hottest thing since, well, Docker, Kubernetes remains a dark art for most mainstream enterprises

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