To derive full benefits from microservices software architectures, organizations must address challenges like monitoring complexity, skill set limitations and aligning with business goals.
By automating the process with DevOps tools, enterprises can assemble security-focused cloud stacks more quickly compared to manual development.
The trend towards open standards will not only make life easier for DevOps, they will cut IT costs as well.
While Docker and Kubernetes serve slightly different purposes, customers who choose Google’s tool can avoid paying Docker.
As 2017 draws to a close, we look at some of the reasons why the use of open source software is growing and will continue to grow in the year ahead.
A survey conducted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation indicates that the deployment of Kubernetes on AWS and other public clouds is on the rise.
The open source startup Heptio partnered with Redmond to bring its Kubernetes cluster disaster recovery tool to Microsoft Azure.
Kubernetes 1.9 will feature a ready-for-prime-time Apps Workloads, Windows functionality moving into beta and forward moves in storage.