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Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Retroactive Default StorageClass

Author: Roman Bednář (Red Hat) The v1.25 release of Kubernetes introduced an alpha feature to change how a default StorageClass was assigned to a PersistentVolumeClaim (PVC). With the feature enabled, you no longer need to create a default StorageClass first and PVC second to assign the class. Additionally, any PVCs without a StorageClass assigned can Read more about Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Retroactive Default StorageClass[…]

Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: Alpha support for cross-namespace storage data sources

Author: Takafumi Takahashi (Hitachi Vantara) Kubernetes v1.26, released last month, introduced an alpha feature that lets you specify a data source for a PersistentVolumeClaim, even where the source data belong to a different namespace. With the new feature enabled, you specify a namespace in the dataSourceRef field of a new PersistentVolumeClaim. Once Kubernetes checks that Read more about Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: Alpha support for cross-namespace storage data sources[…]

Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: Advancements in Kubernetes Traffic Engineering

Authors: Andrew Sy Kim (Google) Kubernetes v1.26 includes significant advancements in network traffic engineering with the graduation of two features (Service internal traffic policy support, and EndpointSlice terminating conditions) to GA, and a third feature (Proxy terminating endpoints) to beta. The combination of these enhancements aims to address short-comings in traffic engineering that people face Read more about Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: Advancements in Kubernetes Traffic Engineering[…]

Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Job Tracking, to Support Massively Parallel Batch Workloads, Is Generally Available

Authors: Aldo Culquicondor (Google) The Kubernetes 1.26 release includes a stable implementation of the Job controller that can reliably track a large amount of Jobs with high levels of parallelism. SIG Apps and WG Batch have worked on this foundational improvement since Kubernetes 1.22. After multiple iterations and scale verifications, this is now the default Read more about Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Job Tracking, to Support Massively Parallel Batch Workloads, Is Generally Available[…]

Create a new Jenkins node, and run your Jenkins agent as a service

Table of Contents Pre-requisites Java Jenkins user Docker Create a new node in Jenkins Node creation in the UI Node configuration Run your Jenkins agent as a service In this tutorial, we will review how to start a Jenkins agent as a Linux service with systemd. When using Docker for my agents, entering the correct Read more about Create a new Jenkins node, and run your Jenkins agent as a service[…]

Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: CPUManager goes GA

Author: Francesco Romani (Red Hat) The CPU Manager is a part of the kubelet, the Kubernetes node agent, which enables the user to allocate exclusive CPUs to containers. Since Kubernetes v1.10, where it graduated to Beta, the CPU Manager proved itself reliable and fulfilled its role of allocating exclusive CPUs to containers, so adoption has Read more about Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: CPUManager goes GA[…]

Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Pod Scheduling Readiness

Author: Wei Huang (Apple), Abdullah Gharaibeh (Google) Kubernetes 1.26 introduced a new Pod feature: scheduling gates. In Kubernetes, scheduling gates are keys that tell the scheduler when a Pod is ready to be considered for scheduling. What problem does it solve? When a Pod is created, the scheduler will continuously attempt to find a node Read more about Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Pod Scheduling Readiness[…]

Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Support for Passing Pod fsGroup to CSI Drivers At Mount Time

Authors: Fabio Bertinatto (Red Hat), Hemant Kumar (Red Hat) Delegation of fsGroup to CSI drivers was first introduced as alpha in Kubernetes 1.22, and graduated to beta in Kubernetes 1.25. For Kubernetes 1.26, we are happy to announce that this feature has graduated to General Availability (GA). In this release, if you specify a fsGroup Read more about Blog: Kubernetes 1.26: Support for Passing Pod fsGroup to CSI Drivers At Mount Time[…]

Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: GA Support for Kubelet Credential Providers

Authors: Andrew Sy Kim (Google), Dixita Narang (Google) Kubernetes v1.26 introduced generally available (GA) support for kubelet credential provider plugins, offering an extensible plugin framework to dynamically fetch credentials for any container image registry. Background Kubernetes supports the ability to dynamically fetch credentials for a container registry service. Prior to Kubernetes v1.20, this capability was Read more about Blog: Kubernetes v1.26: GA Support for Kubelet Credential Providers[…]

The Top 10 Ansible Blogs of 2022

Introduction If you’re looking to brush up on the most popular Ansible information from 2022 (or just grasping at any excuse to break away from your relatives for a few minutes during the holidays), you’ve come to the right place. What follows are the top 10 blogs that have captured the most attention from Ansible.com Read more about The Top 10 Ansible Blogs of 2022[…]