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5 minute read
| June 2, 2021

Enable Cloud Native Service Ownership

The importance of cloud native service ownership starts with the consumer and meeting their expectations that a service will just simply work. That means whatever service... Read More
5 minute read
| May 18, 2021

Configuration Drift in Kubernetes - What Is It and Why it Matters

Most organizations start out with Kubernetes by piloting it with a single application. Once they’ve gone through a successful pilot and embraced Kubernetes, companies may... Read More
7 minute read
| May 6, 2021

Never Should You Ever In Kubernetes Part 5: Your Top 4 FAQs

As we’ve discussed in this series, there are some things that you should simply never, ever do in Kubernetes. Corey Quinn, founder of Screaming in the Cloud and Chief... Read More
5 minute read
| April 29, 2021

Never Should You Ever In Kubernetes Part 4: Three K8s Efficiency Mistakes

As we outlined in our first post in this series, there are some things that you should simply never, ever do in Kubernetes. Corey Quinn, Chief Cloud Economist at The... Read More
7 minute read
| April 28, 2021

Never Should You Ever In Kubernetes Part 3: 6 K8s Reliability Mistakes

As we outlined in our first post in this series, there are some things that you should simply never, ever do in Kubernetes. Corey Quinn, Chief Cloud Economist at The... Read More
4 minute read
| April 22, 2021

Never Should You Ever In Kubernetes Part 2: Kubernetes Security Mistakes

As we outlined in our first post in this series, there are some things that you should simply never, ever do in Kubernetes. Corey Quinn, founder of Screaming in the Cloud... Read More
5 minute read
| April 12, 2021

Never Should You Ever In Kubernetes: #1 Do K8S The Hard Way

Whether you are new to Kubernetes or have some experience under your belt, there are some things that you should simply never, ever do in Kubernetes. Corey Quinn, founder... Read More
5 minute read
| April 1, 2021

Over-Provisioned and Over-Permissioned Containers & Kubernetes

If you live in operations you know every single decision is just one in a seemingly endless series of trade-offs. The “easiest to use systems” are completely accessible by... Read More
5 minute read
| March 31, 2021

Make Your Kubernetes Policies Stick: Use an Effective Enforcement Plan

As teams move beyond their first Kubernetes pilot and into a broader deployment across the organization, DevOps teams have an increasingly difficult job. They don’t have... Read More
5 minute read
| March 3, 2021

Kubernetes Policy Enforcement to Enable DevSecOps

You are managing Kubernetes users: do you know what’s happening in your clusters? Do you know if your clusters are secure, cost-efficient, or unreliable? This is a problem... Read More
5 minute read
| February 17, 2021

What to Measure and Control in Kubernetes

The Kubernetes Maturity Model includes seven phases that you’ll undertake to achieve full maturity. In phase six, we discuss measurement and control. Read More
7 minute read
| February 5, 2021

Kubernetes Multi Cluster Visibility: Why & How to Get It

If you are managing a team of engineers using Kubernetes, how do you know what’s really happening in your clusters? That’s a problem we hear about a lot.  Read More