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Kubernetes Resource Management Best Practices

Posted by Iddo Avneri on Feb 11, 2020 10:33:08 AM

Most customers I come across who already run containerized applications are dealing with the complexities of managing multiple resources needed for their environments. I find that there are 2 types of challenges:

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Topics: Containers

Survey finds, end-user complaints are still the leading measure of accountability. Is that good enough?

Posted by Asena Hertz on Jan 24, 2020 6:00:00 AM

This blog is part of a series in which we share some of the results from our State of Performance in Modern Applications Survey. Want to binge read the results? Download the full report here.

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Topics: Containers

Top Challenges to Application Performance: Complexity & Team Silos

Posted by Meghan Shipp on Jan 17, 2020 7:00:00 AM

Assuring application performance to enable a seamless customer experience is at the forefront of organizations’ application transformation initiatives. To deliver on customer expectations, organizations are using containers and other cloud native technologies to reap benefits like agility and faster time-to-market – but with that comes complexity and high rates of change on a scale that teams are struggling to manage.

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Topics: Containers

New survey finds application performance is critical to any business, and over 60% are measuring it.

Posted by Asena Hertz on Jan 8, 2020 9:00:00 AM

This blog is part of a series in which we share some of the results from our State of Performance in Modern Applications Survey. Want to binge read the results? Download the full report here.

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Topics: Containers

Microservices in the Real World: How We Used Red Hat’s Operator Framework to Automate Our Application Lifecycle

Posted by Endre Sara on Dec 20, 2019 8:34:04 AM

In this series Microservices in the Real World, I’ve been sharing our journey to cloud native. First there was the challenge of automating memory management in our containerized Java application, then we had to secure our containers (thank you, Red Hat), and then we had to figure out how to run an application, which we started building before Kubernetes was a thing, on Kubernetes. Which puts us at “cloud native-ish.” The next question for us was: How do we fully automate our application lifecycle?

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Topics: Containers

New survey finds complexity, at 29%, is the leading challenge to assuring application performance.

Posted by Asena Hertz on Dec 19, 2019 8:56:13 AM

This blog is part of a series in which we share some of the results from our 2019 State of Performance in Modern Applications Survey.

Prefer to binge read the results? Download the full report here.

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Topics: Containers

Survey: Approximately ⅔ of applications are being modernized or slated to be modernized.

Posted by Asena Hertz on Dec 17, 2019 4:23:52 PM

This blog kicks off a series of blogs in which we share some of the results from our State of Performance in Modern Applications Survey.

Want to binge read the results? Download the full report here.

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Topics: Containers

Announcing Lemur: A Free Observability and Context Tool for Developers

Posted by Asena Hertz on Nov 18, 2019 9:21:02 AM

Today we’re very excited to announce a new free tool for Developers, Lemur. Developers can use Lemur to understand their microservice applications in the context of the application stack.

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Topics: Containers

A Brief History of Multicluster Kubernetes

Posted by Irfan Ur Rehman on Nov 11, 2019 11:57:24 AM

This post was originally published here.

The community has been on a Kubernetes multi-cluster journey since 2015 and we’ve learned a lot along the way. As we approach KubeCon North America in San Diego, I’d like to reflect on how we got to where we are today, its origins and what the SIG is aiming for.

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Topics: Containers

Microservices in the Real World: Now We Run Our Pre-Kubernetes Application on Kubernetes. So Can You.

Posted by Endre Sara on Oct 8, 2019 10:45:00 AM

Today, it’s become almost sacrilegious to think about running microservices on anything but Kubernetes. But in 2016, when we first began our journey to microservices, Kubernetes didn’t have the level of maturity that it has now. Back then, we just wanted the benefits of breaking up our monolithic application into loosely coupled services. Like most organizations, the monolith served us as well as it could. But when Docker made containers easy, a whole new world opened up. At the time, docker-compose was the easiest way to start a group of containerized application services, but the very next consideration was orchestrating those containers. We soon found that docker-compose does not allow the easy distribution and orchestration of components across cluster nodes. There were also challenges with multi-node networking and shared storage across the nodes. And then Kubernetes came along.

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Topics: Containers

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