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  • Writing Kubernetes Operators with Python

    In this blog post, learn how to extend the Kubernetes API and schedule your own workloads based on newly defined API extensions using Python.

  • 10 open source Kubernetes tools you need to know

    Read through this blog post for a look at the 10 most important cost-free tools you’ll want to use to simplify your Kubernetes management experience.

  • New Spectro Cloud Palette Edge Platform Brings World-Class Security and Operational Efficiencies to Kubernetes at the Edge

    Discover in this blog post how Spectro Cloud empowering organizations to cost-efficiently deploy and manage edge K8s clusters at scale, including at locations with small form factor devices, with no on-site IT skills and marginal connectivity.

  • Exposing the elephant at the edge: security

    The edge is by its very nature high-risk. This blog discusses the problem of edge security, looking at how organizations have traditionally secured their edge devices, and looking at how the concept of immutability could transform cyber-defense at the edge. Continue on to the full article to discover more.

  • Palette 2.7 brings hot new features for every Kubernetes user

    Check out this blog post for a close look at Palette 2.7's new SaaS model, updates to Private Cloud Gateway availability, and more.

  • Palette and Portworx: making edge storage easy

    Take a look at this data sheet to find out how, with the help of the Palette Portworx Pack, your organization can set up a Kubernetes storage platform to seamlessly and consistently enforce configurations across hundreds or thousands of clusters.

  • How To Build Kube-Native CI/CD Pipelines for Containerized Databases -Nicolas Vermandé,Spectro Cloud

    Is it a good idea to run databases in Kubernetes? Well, by 2023, cloud database management systems (DBMS) revenue will account for 50% of the total DBMS market value, according to Gartner. This presentation details why and how you should build Kube-native pipelines for containerized databases. Watch it here.

  • Stateful vs Stateless Container Patterns in Kubernetes, a Deeper Analysis - Nicolas Vermandé

    This lecture from the Container Days weekend this past month compares stateful and stateless container patterns in Kubernetes. Topics covered include:Where is the data state engine?How persistent data works in each modelHow to deal with node failureTune in here.

  • Future you just slapped you for rolling your own multi-cloud Kubernetes

    This blog details what you should prioritize for day 2 Kubernetes operations, including how you should leverage vendors vs. building on your own. Read it here.

  • Edge made easy

    Edge computing is complex, especially when you add on Kubernetes. Palette Edge is designed to help you manage K8s clusters across thousands of edge locations with simplicity and control. Learn more about simple edge computing here.

  • Kubernetes edge: solving the challenges of edge computing?

    72% of organizations say that it is challenging to deploy and manage Kubernetes on edge devices. This article dives into the challenges of edge computing and how Kubernetes promises to solve them. Get started.

  • 2022 State of Production Kubernetes Report

    60% of organizations say Kubernetes is their preferred or only way they deploy new applications in production, with 90% expecting to expand the number of new applications built for K8s in the coming year, according to The State of Production Kubernetes Report. Access The State of Production Kubernetes Report here to learn more.

  • Jeroen Overmaat, Spectro Cloud: How Kubernetes is driving change

    This interview with Jeroen Overmaat, Managing Director EMEA at Spectro Cloud offers insight into how your organization can:Make containers and Kubernetes more accessible and more manageableSimplify deployment of cloud-native apps at the edgeLeverage edge computing to transform your businessRead the discussion here.

  • Getting started with Kubernetes Services

    A Kubernetes service is a mechanism for grouping pods running on the cluster. Since pods are created and destroyed on a regular basis, K8s services helps to keep track of changes on the pod. This blog goes on to explain the 3 K8s service types, how they work and how to create each one. Read it here.

  • Kubernetes Unlocks Innovation at the Edge at Scale

    Spectro Cloud CEO Tenry Fu has spoken about edge devices to retailers, healthcare device companies and a startup. Read this blog to learn why Fu believes that the edge is where Kubernetes is really making a difference for customers.

  • Webinar Data management at scale for the cloud-native era

    In today’s cloud-native world, storage and data management present significant challenges to organizations, even more so with 95% of apps being developed in containers. Watch this webinar for demos of 2 cloud-native solutions that ease the Kubernetes storage issue: Portworx and Spectro Cloud Palette.

  • New Research Shows the Future Is Bright for Edge Kubernetes

    Spectro Cloud believes that, with the right edge architecture, Kubernetes can drive new use cases for businesses in every industry. Because of this, Spectro Cloud sponsored independent research agency Dimensional Research to survey 308 Kubernetes users who use Kubernetes in production. Dig into the blog to access the survey’s 4 key findings.

  • Getting started with Cilium for Kubernetes networking and observability

    With the growing importance of securing cloud-native environments like Kubernetes, tools like Cilium, an open-source Kubernetes network plug-in, have emerged. A key feature of Cilium is its eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter). Access this blog for an explanation of eBPF and for instructions for installing Cilium.

  • Helping GE Healthcare deliver a platform for better patient outcomes

    GE Healthcare, a distributor of medical imaging procedures, was looking for a repeatable and scalable way to easily manage hundreds of Kubernetes clusters across cloud and on-prem data centers. This case study examines why they turned to Palette from Spectro Cloud. Read it here.

  • Getting started with MetalLB, the bare metal load balancer for Kubernetes

    With the growing prevalence of Kubernetes clusters, along with the need to manage these clusters’ traffic routing, MetalLB offers organizations a load-balancing solution for bare-metal Kubernetes clusters. Read the blog to learn about MetalLB’s key offerings and its advanced uses.

  • How to share data between containers with K8s shared volumes

    Sometimes applications require multiple containers to work together. When this happens, that’s where Kubernetes volumes comes into play. This article provides a quick guide on:What Kubernetes volumes isThe main types that Kubernetes’ supportsHow to share data between containers using K8s shared volumesRead the guide here.

  • Ensuring resiliency with TrilioVault for Kubernetes

    Your Kubernetes environment, whether based on-premises or on the cloud, must have a data protection plan that can back up and restore your cluster’s resources and persistent volumes. Access key considerations to choose the right resiliency solution for you, including a demo of TrilioVault’s offering, in this blog.

  • Webinar: Data Management at Scale for the Cloud-Native Era

    This webinar, featuring speakers from Spectro Cloud and Portworx, examines:The storage and data management challenges organizations are facing in cloud-nativeA demo on how to tackle day 2 storage operations in KubernetesA demo on scaling storage best practices to multiple clusters with Palette.Watch it here.

  • How to fill the Terraform Day 2 operations gap

    Terraform thrives in creating Kubernetes clusters from a Day 0 and Day 1 perspective. However, long-lived K8s clusters that run and evolve in production environments pose challenges for Terraform. This article explores how you can fill your Terraform Day 2 operations gap by leveraging Spectro Cloud’s Palette. Access the article here to learn more.

  • Secured Access to Kubernetes from Anywhere with Zero Trust

    Securing Kubernetes with zero trust authentication is complicated enough for a single cluster, never mind when managing hundreds or even thousands of K8s clusters. This article breaks down how you can achieve the ideal zero trust security in your K8s clusters through best practices and the addition of popular open-source tools. Read it here.

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