Brief overview of major Kubernetes distributions and cloud providers (2nd Edition, 2021)

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This is the second edition of the article about major Kubernetes distribution. Click here for the first edition of the article.

I really feel Kubernetes is everywhere. It took over the place of OpenStack, Apache Mesos and Cloud Foundry. All major cloud providers are providing containers services, utilizing Kubernetes. Major Linux vendors are having container products based on Kubernetes. Previously, SUSE did not have Kubernetes offering but they acquired Rancher (completed on 2020 Dec). VMware had …

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New projects besides this blog

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New projects and ideas besides this blog

I am using static site generator (Pelican) for this blog. Now, I have new projects and ideas. I would be adding GitHub repo(s) for cloud-native and DevSecOps stuff. Also, I would be adding a new Wiki using Wiki.js. It could be confusing because a MarkDown file could be presented in all three locations. So, I would like to explain the Pros and Cons of each tool and what materials should be placed in …

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Brief overview of major Kubernetes distributions and cloud providers (1st Edition 2020)

A ship sailing in sunset

Photo credit: Katherine McCormack (Unsplash license)

This is the first edition of the article about major Kubernetes distribution. Click here for the update second edition of the article.

I really feel Kubernetes is everywhere. It took over the place of OpenStack, Apache Mesos and Cloud Foundry. All major cloud providers are providing containers services, utilizing Kubernetes. Major Linux vendors are having container products based on Kubernetes. SUSE does not have Kubernetes offering but they acquired Rancher recently. VMware had acquired Pivotal and …

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