Containers and Kubernetes Intro Classes at Cisco Live
Learn how powerful Kubernetes is for managing and monitoring applications, and how Kubernetes has made its way into edge compute applications. Then get introduced to open source container technologies and how to build your own cloud native applications.
Dive into IKS with SD-WAN and TriggerMesh Use Cases
Learn how to use TriggerMesh to take any source of data, transform and route that data using any language or serverless function, and send it to your modern cloud-native applications, all running on Cisco IKS.
What’s Happening at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022: Day 3
Cloud Unfiltered @ KubeCon just wrapped up, and we held several great interviews on our final day, covering new open source projects, such as Crossplane, External Secrets Operator, and Cilium. Plus, we also tackle governance for new open source projects.
What’s Happening at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022: Day 2
Our report from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, including NEW links to interviews with cloud leaders.
Learnings from Implementing Microservices Authorization
Cisco's DevRel engineering team has been developing applications as microservices, and running these on a Kubernetes based Cloud Native platform, for 5+ years. Read about their journey and learn the challenges and benefits of different microservices authorization patterns.
Network Service Mesh Simplifies Multi-Cloud / Hybrid Cloud Communication
Use Network Service Mesh to enable intra-cluster networking across domains.
Cisco Cloud Native Security – Part 4: Security Analytics and Threat Detection
Learn how to add visibility, threat detection, security analytics, and alerting inside of your Kubernetes cluster using Cisco Secure Cloud Analytics.
Hyperconverged Infrastructure with Harvester: The start of the Journey
Recently, a colleague and I have been experimenting with Harvester, an open source project to build a cloud native, Kubernetes-based Hyperconverged Infrastructure tool for running data center and edge compute workloads on bare metal servers.