Simplifying Container Orchestration with Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS
Cisco and AWS collaborated to create the Cisco Hybrid solution for Kubernetes on AWS, a unique integration between Cisco Container Platform (CCP) and Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS).
Serverless in the Datacenter: FaaS on K8s at DevNet Create
See what all the serverless buzz is about, what makes it so different from microservices, and how you could run it all inside your data center leveraging your existing infrastructure.
Cisco and AWS Collaborate to Accelerate Innovation
Cisco is introducing a new solution built for Amazon Web Services (AWS) that makes running new containerized applications simple.
NewOps. Kubernetes. Multicloud.
If you are an IT Ops professional responsible for running cloud-native applications built with containerized application services, then consider boosting your skills to be ready for upcoming 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.
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.
CloudCenter 4.9 Now Supports Kubernetes and Azure Stack
The Cisco team is focused on continuing to deliver multicloud solutions to customers, which is why we are proud to announce the release of CloudCenter 4.9.
Deploy a Kubernetes cluster on OpenStack using Ansible
At the recently concluded OpenStack summit in Austin, I was impressed by the amount of interest shown by attendees on containers. Almost all of the container related sessions were packed as customers are now realizing its advantages. By containerizing applications, you are able to virtualize the host operating system. What this means is that you now create […]