Hide the Complexity of Building/Deploying your Applications on Kubernetes – DevOps Series, Part 9
Learn how a tool like "Draft" hides the complexity of building images, and deploying them into a Kubernetes (k8s) cluster. So you can focus on your code.
Using CI/CD/CD for Software Lifecycle Automation – DevOps Series, Part 8
New DevNet Learning Lab shows you how to create a pipeline for your modern, microservices-based applications. See automation working on your own software changes.
Fast and Furious (and Easy) Kubernetes Deployments – DevOps Series, Part 7
Managing application life-cycle can get really complex when working with microservices. Helm is a tool that packages required microservices, and makes it easier to start/stop them as per required dependencies.
On-Prem vs. Public Cloud Deployments Differences & Similarities – DevOps Series, Part 6
There are differences and similarities between on-prem and Cloud deployments, and you can leverage common knowledge in both environments.
How to Leverage a Public Cloud for Microservices-based Application Deployment – DevOps Series, Part 5
New DevNet Learning Lab shows you how to set your environment, connectivity, and how to deploy a modern microservices-based application into a public Cloud environment.
Unveiling the Magic Behind On-premises Infrastructure – DevOps Series, Part 4
Once developers feel comfortable with their code, Ops needs to think about how it will go into the production environment -- on-premises (private) or in the Cloud (public)?
A Day In the Life of a Modern Applications Developer – DevOps Series, Part 3
Wouldn't it be nice to have developers and network operators (Dev and Ops) working together to alleviate issues and accelerate the introduction of new software capabilities in your applications?
Managing Containers Made Easy with Kubernetes – DevOps Series, Part 2
Kubernetes (aka: k8s) is the de facto standard for managing all aspects of your application containers. It can scale up to the biggest deployments or down to a cluster of Raspberry Pi.
If You’re Not Familiar with Containers, You’re Missing Out on Something Big – DevOps Series, Part 1
With containers, developers can package their applications with the required dependencies and versioned libraries, so Operations teams can deploy them in multiple different environments with no change at all.