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Can HyperConvergence minimize the effects of Data Explosion?

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There are two things businesses are really worried about these days; managing the big data explosion and increasing their ROI value. Whether it’s the case of a small business or an ever-expanding enterprise, everyone seems to be drowning in data. Around 15 years ago, standard hard drives had capacities of over 36 GBs and today’s […]

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CloudNativeCon + KubeCon Europe 2017

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CloudNativeCon + KubeCon Europe 2017 is over! Wow, what a great conference. It was great to meet so many engaged and passionate people working the Cloud Native ecosystem. In this post, we will try to give our perspective on the conference, by highlighting the key takeaways from the talks we attended. Day 1 Pancake and […]

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Martin Jensen on kubernetes, minikube 12 FEBRUARY 2017 Setting up a Highly Available Kubernetes Cluster with private networking on AWS using Kops

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This is the first post in a series of Kubernetes and Kubernetes Operations (Kops) related blog posts. The purpose of this series is to provide a guide to setting up a production ready Kubernetes environment on AWS. There exists lots of options to accomplish this; among others, Techtonic, Kismatic, StackPoint Cloud, OpenShift, etc. In this […]

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HA Kubernetes Cluster on AWS? – Kops makes it easy

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12 March 2017 on kubernetes, Kops In the first post of our mini-series about Kops, I demonstrated how you could set up a highly available Kubernetes cluster on AWS in an existing VPC leveraging the awesome open-source project Kops.In order to demonstrate how this could be accomplished, I demonstrated how to set up all the networking, with VPC, subnets, route […]

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Minikube workflows

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Minikube is a terrific tool for running a Kubernetes cluster on your local computer. It launches a single-node cluster in a virtual machine which is great for running Kubernetes locally. This post describes how to iterate fast when developing in a local Kubernetes cluster by avoiding unnecessary pushes/pulls of docker images, and shows how to mount […]

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[Guide] Installing dashing Dashboard on Raspberry Pi

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This guide is inspired by this guide with some modifications. Before anything, lets have look at what is needed for this guide: Raspberry Pi (We used a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B) Monitor (We used an old Acer with only VGA, so maybe you need a HDMI-to-VGA adapter) Raspberry Pi power supply SD Card (We used an […]