Latest kubernetes publications


Do you have proper Kubernetes security policies in place?
On the back of last year's high-profile discovery of a privilege escalation flaw in Kubernetes, CIOs and CSOs are in need of solid security strategies to protect applications under the helm of Captain Kubernetes. Brian Johnson, CEO of DivvyCloud, explores the complex task of managing massive, distributed systems built on open source technologies As Kubernetes solves a few... Read the full article

Kubernetes security flaw allows hackers to infiltrate backend servers

First major security flaw in popular cloud container orchestrator Kubernetes discovered – and it may be impossible to tell if you have been compromised Find any firm at the forefront of digital transformation and there’s one thing you can bet on: it’s leveraging Kubernetes to deploy sophisticated applications that push the boundaries of modern-day application… Read the full article


Ceph storage project buoyed by new open-source foundation

More than 30 firms have joined Ceph Foundation, a new project hosted by the Linux Foundation to support and manage Ceph open-source storage technology Ceph technology provides storage for some of the largest cloud providers and organisations around the world, including financial institutions Bloomberg and Fidelity, and cloud service providers Rackspace and Linode. Block and… Read the full article


OpenShift in a world of KaaS
Lex van Sonderen, CEO of Proteon, explains how OpenShift as a Service can take you closer to the finish line and put container victory within reach History of containers Way back in 2005, web applications were hosted on virtual machines for the first time. Amazon Web Services was born in 2006 and the cloud revolution... Read the full article

OpenShift in a world of KaaS

Lex van Sonderen, CEO of Proteon, explains how OpenShift as a Service can take you closer to the finish line and put container victory within reach. History of containers Way back in 2005, web applications were hosted on virtual machines for the first time. Amazon Web Services was born in 2006 and the cloud revolution… Read the full article