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Ignore the hysteria, Cloud Foundry is just fine
Sure you can do a lot of things with Kubernetes. It’s great, but Cloud Foundry is designed to make “Happy developers,” as Comcast open-source senior director Nithya Ruff put it at the Cloud Foundry Summit.

Cloud Foundry’s audience, as Karl Isenberg, one of its developers, explained on StackOverflow, is “enterprise application devs who want to deploy 12-factor stateless apps using Heroku-style buildpacks.”
Cloudfoundry  kubernetes  docker  cloudnative  dxc  links  via:Workflow 
2 days ago by cote
RT : Development workshop at - learn how to Develop for & with…
CloudNative  from twitter
3 days ago by dneary
Comic Relief switched from multi-cloud to serverless with AWS and saw a 93% cost reduction
As a team, going serverless has given us a lot more velocity, we can rapidly release, we can test the same infrastructure we’re deploying in production, in a pull request environment, in a staging environment, we can rapidly retest ideas- and every developer can do that because we’re using Lambda to load test, so the power it gives you as a developer and engineering team is pretty amazing.
Serverless  cases  aws  cloudnative  proofpoints  links  via:Workflow 
9 days ago by cote
Cloud Foundry PaaS undergoes seismic shifts as IT evolves
"Who cares about buzzword bingo?" said an executive director at a major media and entertainment company who requested anonymity. "How does Kubernetes solve my business problems? How does it improve the developer experience? I'm not sure throwing more flour around necessarily creates more bread."
cloudfoundry  kubernetes  cloudnative  quotes  cff 
4 weeks ago by cote
Cloud Foundry Project Eirini Inches the Group Closer to Kubernetes
“A lot of work needs to be done for that but it’s evolving quickly,” Childers said of interoperability tests using Eirini as a bridge between Diego and Kubernetes. He did add that the evolution from Diego to Eirini, if it does occur, will be similar to how Cloud Foundry moved from its DEA architecture system to its Diego architecture system. That involved Diego having to show functional parity to DEA and the necessary production readiness for vendors and organizations to feel comfortable using Diego in place of DEA.
Cloudfoundry  kubernetes  Cff  cfsummit  cloudnative  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
SUSE on Cloud 9 for love-in with OpenStack and Kubernetes
> With the Cloud Application Platform 1.4, SUSE has set its sights on a multi-cloud world laying claim to being the first software distribution to go 100 per cent Kubernetes for Cloud Foundry.
> ...
> The juice comes from Cloud Foundry's Project Eirini, which allows devs to seamlessly switch between Kubernetes or Cloud Foundry Diego as their container scheduler. An organisation already invested in the Kubernetes world therefore does not have to faff around with the Cloud Foundry Application Runtime orchestration. A single scheduler should do the trick.
SUSE  openstack  kubernetes  cloudnative  cloudfoundry  links  via:Workflow 
6 weeks ago by cote
The Best Digital Transformers Choose When to Choose
There’s a cost to all this choice: it delays decision making, causes distress, and it leads to post-decision regret.
Pivotal  cloudnative  platformops  links  via:Workflow 
8 weeks ago by cote
Big thanks to , Carol, and for organizing tonight's + meetup at…
cloudnative  Kubernetes  from twitter_favs
11 weeks ago by mgifford
Missed 's Networking Field Day 20 presentation and demo last week on our new Network…
CloudNative  NFD20  from twitter_favs
12 weeks ago by moderation
GoogleCloudPlatform/microservices-demo: Sample cloud-native application with 10 microservices showcasing Kubernetes, Istio, gRPC and OpenCensus.
Sample cloud-native application with 10 microservices showcasing Kubernetes, Istio, gRPC and OpenCensus. - GoogleCloudPlatform/microservices-demo
docker  microservices  kubernetes  istio  gcp  aws  boilerplate  cloud  cloudnative  googlecloud  github  grpc 
february 2019 by newtonapple
Kubernetes Culture Change
> Thus we've seen a bunch of Kubernetes services spring up, run by the same people who brought you all the other Infrastructures-as-a-Service. Google (from whence Kubernetes emerged originally) has Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Amazon has Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), Microsoft has Azure Container Service (AKS), VMware has VMware Kubernetes Engine (VKE), you get the idea. Pivotal has Pivotal Container Service (PKS) that can run on AWS, Google Cloud Platform, VMware, and (as of its recent PKS 1.3 launch) also Azure.
cloudnative  kubernetes 
february 2019 by cote
Production Guideline
Checklists of things to check before deploying.
ops  releasemanagement  cloudnative  configurationmanagement 
january 2019 by cote
PKS - a Painkiller for Kubernetes
The list of pains:

One cluster is not enough
Developers want clusters close to them, for low latency
Data storage
Day two operations - upgrading, scaling, capacity management
Managing heterogeneous infrastructure underneath the platform
Backup & restore, disaster recovery
pks  kubernetes  cloudnative  pivotal  containers 
january 2019 by cote
Simplifying kubernetes use
> As a scheduler of containers, Kubernetes does a pretty good job. If you keep it focused on that key task, it can take you miles. As a manager of a large scale distributed infrastructure, it’s not so good.
cases  kubernetes  target  cloudnative 
january 2019 by cote
Contemporary Views on Serverless and Implications
It either means not having to worry about managing your middleware stack and/or a trigger-driven event system.
serverless  lamda  paas  cloudnative 
january 2019 by cote

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