containers

May 2, 2018

DEVELOPER

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)?

Setting a New Standard for Production-Grade Kubernetes

Cisco's CloudCenter 4.9 and AppDynamics for Kubernetes illustrate our commitment to open source technologies that help our customers adopt at scale, in production, on premises, and in cloud environments.

April 25, 2018

CLOUD

Delivering On the Open Hybrid Cloud Promise with Kubernetes

When it comes to multicloud, containers are among the most compelling technologies to emerge over the past few years, allowing applications to start faster, use less memory and run anywhere.

April 24, 2018

CLOUD

Managing Production-Grade Kubernetes in Production

It is easy to download in install Kubernetes and get started. But what if you are running Kubernetes in production and supporting a range of application service teams from different business units?

April 17, 2018

DEVELOPER

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?

April 11, 2018

CLOUD

Kubernetes Gains Momentum in the Enterprise

Pretty clear that developers are choosing Kubernetes in droves to manage multi-host container installations. But why do developers love Kubernetes so much? What do they get out of it?

April 5, 2018

CLOUD

The Next Evolution of PaaS

Breaking up is hard to do, but if it’s concerning PaaS and meeting the growing needs of enterprises and their developers, breaking up—or disaggregation—is exactly what should happen.

April 4, 2018

DEVELOPER

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.