Tag: Kubernetes

Using El Carro Operator on AWS

Introduction Google recently released a Kubernetes operator for Oracle, El Carro. The project includes good examples of how it works on GCP and on your local computer (using minikube). Given it is a portable implementation, we wanted to give it…

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How to Deploy Machine Learning on Google Cloud Platform

Editor’s Note: Because our bloggers have lots of useful tips, every now and then we update and bring forward a popular post from the past. Today’s post was originally published on August 15, 2019. In this post, I’ll describe a…

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Scaling ProxySQL Rapidly in Kubernetes

Editor’s Note: Because our bloggers have lots of useful tips, every now and then we update and bring forward a popular post from the past. Today’s post was originally published on November 26, 2019. It’s not uncommon these days for…

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How to deploy highly available SQL Server 2017 on Linux on GKE

Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. Running a SQL Server database on Kubernetes is a topic of discussion nowadays as Kubernetes provides ways to provision stateful containers using persistent volumes,…

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Kubernetes: the easy button for enterprise

Krista Colby-Wheatley explains why Kubernetes has recently become the dominant player in the deployment, scaling and management of applications.

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How to creates Kubernetes jobs with Python

In this blog post I will do a quick guide, with some code examples, on how to deploy a Kubernetes Job programmatically, using Python as the language of choice. For this I’m using GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine), logging via StackTrace…

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It’s official: Kubernetes is king

When it comes to container orchestration, nobody’s sitting on the fence anymore. In the four short years since it launched, Kubernetes has become the de facto standard, the platform chosen by a list of tech giants that includes AWS, Microsoft,…

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Deploying Azure Kubernetes cluster with container health monitoring service

Microsoft Build 2018 recently wrapped up and it was an exciting three days of big announcements for many of Microsoft’s services. One small feature update which caught my eye is the revamped Azure Monitor container health service which rolled out…

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Container orchestrators and persistent volumes: part 2: Kubernetes

In my previous post, I presented how external persistent volumes were handled by DC/OS on AWS and how persistent services would recover from a node failure. Now let’s review how Kubernetes deals with similar situations, but on Google Cloud.  …

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Lessons Learned with Kubernetes

Trend Towards Kubernetes Three trends in computing have come together to make container orchestration the next obvious evolution of internet service delivery.  The first is the trend to pack an increasing number of segregated services into larger and larger servers…

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