A Primer on Multus-CNI

This blog is for those who are looking forward to getting started with Multus CNI, the blog covers an overview of CNI in Kubernetes, Multus CNI plugin, basic configuration along with a quick deployment scenario.
A Primer on Multus-CNI
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VMware Project Pacific – Technical Overview

This project is Open source has a lot of potentials to improve, custom CRDs and Controllers can be written to integrate new tools and stacks into the vSphere infrastructure as an instance creating a MongoDB CRD, controller that can deploy a MongoDB instance by just specifying the details in the manifest and the controller can then keep a watch on the desired state.
VMware Project Pacific – Technical Overview
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Demystifying Persistent Storage Myths for Stateful Workloads in Kubernetes

Kubernetes provides workload portability. That is, any workloads should spontaneously run on any type of infrastructure where Kubernetes clusters are deployed. In the case of handling stateful workloads, it may not easy to set up persistent storage but it is not impossible
Demystifying Persistent Storage Myths for Stateful Workloads in Kubernetes

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Why kubelet runs as a system service in Kubernetes cluster and not as pod/daemonsets?

Why kubelet runs as a system service in K8S cluster and not as pod/daemonsets? Many people have this question in mind when they deploy k8s cluster.
Why kubelet runs as a system service in Kubernetes cluster and not as pod/daemonsets?

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How is Kubernetes Leading the Game in Enabling NFV for Cloud Native?

Read this article to know about how NFV core is driven by cloud-native projects, lead by Kubernetes to the orchestration of most of the projects plus managing containerized network functions.
How is Kubernetes Leading the Game in Enabling NFV for Cloud Native?

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Analysis of Kubernetes and OpenStack Combination for Modern Data Centers

How do Kubernetes and OpenStack integrate and what are the benefits? Sagar Nangare has the answers.
Analysis of Kubernetes and OpenStack Combination for Modern Data Centers
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[Infoblog] Kubernetes and Microservices

Kubernetes supports a microservices architecture through the service construct. It allows developers to abstract away the functionality of a set of Pods and expose it to other developers through a well-defined API.
[Infoblog] Kubernetes and Microservices

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[Infoblog] Container Attached Storage

At a high-level Container Attached Storage is software that includes microservice based storage controllers that are orchestrated by Kubernetes. These storage controllers can run anywhere that Kubernetes can run which means any cloud or even bare metal servers or on top of a traditional shared storage system.
[Infoblog] Container Attached Storage

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Comparison of Container Platforms like Kubernetes, Mesosphere and Swarm

Here, we will discuss kubernetes (k8s), Docker swarm and Mesosphere (Mesos) orchestration engine with their features and limitations. We are not going to discuss orchestration engines in details.
Comparison of Container Platforms like Kubernetes, Mesosphere and Swarm

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OpenStack and Ceph for Distributed Hyperconverged Edge Deployments

Red Hat team came with an innovative hyperconvergence of OpenStack projects along with Ceph software-defined storage. A solution shows, it is possible to gain better control all edge nodes by reducing control planes and maintain the continuity and sustainability of 5G network along with the performance required by new age applications.
OpenStack and Ceph for Distributed Hyperconverged Edge Deployments

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