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Blog: Kubernetes End-to-end Testing for Everyone

Author: Patrick Ohly (Intel) More and more components that used to be part of Kubernetes are now being developed outside of Kubernetes. For example, storage drivers used to be compiled into Kubernetes binaries, then were moved into stand-alone Flexvolume binaries on the host, and now are delivered as Container Storage Interface (CSI) drivers that get Read more about Blog: Kubernetes End-to-end Testing for Everyone[…]

Blog: A Guide to Kubernetes Admission Controllers

Author: Malte Isberner (StackRox) Kubernetes has greatly improved the speed and manageability of backend clusters in production today. Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto standard in container orchestrators thanks to its flexibility, scalability, and ease of use. Kubernetes also provides a range of features that secure production workloads. A more recent introduction in security Read more about Blog: A Guide to Kubernetes Admission Controllers[…]

Blog: A Look Back and What’s in Store for Kubernetes Contributor Summits

Authors: Paris Pittman (Google), Jonas Rosland (VMware) tl;dr – click here for Barcelona Contributor Summit information. Seattle Contributor Summit As our contributing community grows in great numbers, with more than 16,000 contributors this year across 150+ GitHub repositories, it’s important to provide face to face connections for our large distributed teams to have opportunities for Read more about Blog: A Look Back and What’s in Store for Kubernetes Contributor Summits[…]

How To Install and Use TensorFlow on Ubuntu 18.04

Introduction TensorFlow is open-source machine learning software used to train neural networks.TensorFlow’s neural networks are expressed in the form of stateful dataflow graphs. Each node in the graph represents the operations performed by neural networks on multi-dimensional arrays. These multi-dimensional arrays are commonly known as “tensors,” hence the name TensorFlow. TensorFlow is a deep learning Read more about How To Install and Use TensorFlow on Ubuntu 18.04[…]

Vault 1.1

We are excited to announce the public availability of HashiCorp Vault 1.1. Vault is a tool to provide secrets management, data encryption, and identity management for any infrastructure and application. Vault 1.1 is focused on building a foundation of new infrastructure for delivering a host of advanced platform features for upcoming releases of Vault and Read more about Vault 1.1[…]

Blog: KubeEdge, a Kubernetes Native Edge Computing Framework

Author: Sanil Kumar D (Huawei), Jun Du(Huawei) KubeEdge becomes the first Kubernetes Native Edge Computing Platform with both Edge and Cloud components open sourced! Open source edge computing is going through its most dynamic phase of development in the industry. So many open source platforms, so many consolidations and so many initiatives for standardization! This Read more about Blog: KubeEdge, a Kubernetes Native Edge Computing Framework[…]

New – Gigabit Connectivity Options for Amazon Direct Connect

AWS Direct Connect gives you the ability to create private network connections between your datacenter, office, or colocation environment and AWS. The connections start at your network and end at one of 91 AWS Direct Connect locations and can reduce your network costs, increase throughput, and deliver a more consistent experience than an Internet-based connection. Read more about New – Gigabit Connectivity Options for Amazon Direct Connect[…]

In the Works – EC2 Instances (G4) with NVIDIA T4 GPUs

I’ve written about the power and value of GPUs in the past, and I have written posts to launch many generations of GPU-equipped EC2 instances including the CG1, G2, G3, P2, P3, and P3dn instance types. Today I would like to give you a sneak peek at our newest GPU-equipped instance, the G4. Designed for Read more about In the Works – EC2 Instances (G4) with NVIDIA T4 GPUs[…]

Three quick ways to move your Ansible inventory into Red Hat Ansible Tower

If you’ve been using Ansible at the command line for a while, you probably have a lot of servers, network devices, and other target nodes listed in your inventory. You know that Red Hat Ansible Tower makes it easier for everyone on your team to run your Ansible Playbooks. So you’ve thought about using Ansible Read more about Three quick ways to move your Ansible inventory into Red Hat Ansible Tower[…]