Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications
@eon01 shared a post, 1 week, 3 days ago, in The Chief I/O
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The CIO’s Guide to Kubernetes and Eventual Transition to Cloud-Native Development

Cloud-native has emerged as the gold standard of software development, revolutionizing the way we develop, deploy, and operate software applications at scale. For non-starters, cloud-native development goes beyond just signing up for a cloud vendor and influences the design, implementation, deployment, and operation of your application.

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@qudems shared a post, 2 weeks, 3 days ago, in The Chief I/O
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Kubernetes vs OpenShift: This Is What You Need To Know

Kubernetes is the most popular orchestration engine - on the other hand, OpenShift from Redhat is one of the most popular implementations of this orchestration engine.

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@annie shared a post, 4 weeks ago, in The Chief I/O
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Three Kubernetes Success Stories to Inspire Your Next Application

"When you're entertaining more than 200 million people with your music streaming service, the stakes are a little higher than usual."

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@eon01 shared a podcast episode, 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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From Abacus to Containers - A Brief History of Computing

We live in a world built by our collective ingenuity and imagination. We see further and more than our predecessors, not because of keener vision or greater heights but because we are standing on the shoulders of giants that came before us.
The Japanese word "sensei" literally means the person who came before.

From Abacus to Containers - A Brief History of Computing