Why Rafay

 

The Ping Mesh

We have all wondered how long it takes to get from here to there. Our younger selves may have asked, "Are we there yet?" Any uncertainty in the answer leads to a sense of angst or concern, which is why the question is repeated so often.

Done: Rafay Achieves Kubernetes Conformance

We at Rafay have received our Kubernetes conformance results from CNCF, joining many other service providers building upon the Kubernetes platform for distributed application management. Kubernetes® is a registered trademark of The Linux Foundation in the United States and other

Azure & OpenShift: App Lifecycle Management is super important

But Customers are On Their Own to Figure it out.

 

Rafay and D2iQ: Unifying Application and Infrastructure Management

Learn what’s possible with D2iQ and Rafay by combining container application lifecycle with Kubernetes cluster management.

Kubernetes Log Application Aggregation

This is the first in a series on “All Things Kubernetes”. Each blog will focus on highlighting the common issues that people encounter with Kubernetes and how they can overcome these issues. In this blog, we will describe the common challenges that are encountered with log

Haseeb Budhani Interview at CloudExpo 2019 - Transcription

This interview was conducted at the 23rd International Cloud Expo at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. The full video interview is available here.

Airship & Rafay: Automated Cluster Management & Application Distribution

The Combination delivers seamless Lifecycle Management for Bare-Metal Infrastructure, Kubernetes and Containerized Applications for Service Provider Networks 

The Unintended Consequences of the “Infrastructure as Code” Paradigm

This blog covers a contrarian — possibly heretical — view of the “infrastructure as code” paradigm. TL;DR: If left unchecked, the drive to institutionalize “infrastructure as code” concepts can drive teams to make decisions that negatively impact the business.

Perftest Application Now Available on Github

Following up on my earlier post, I am publishing a perftest utility application that measures web page performance, including underlying network latency, and which further demonstrates how to use some of the features of the Rafay platform. First, I want to point out we're not a