#Kubecon 2019 Takeaway Part 2: It's a Multi-Cluster, Multi-Distro World

This blog was co-authored by Rupinder (Robbie) Gill and Haseeb Budhani.

#Kubecon 2019 Takeaway Part 1: We Live in a Multi-Cluster World

This blog was co-authored by Rupinder (Robbie) Gill and Haseeb Budhani.

Getting started with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

Azure Kubernetes service (AKS) maintains your hosted Kubernetes environment, making it quick and easy to deploy and manage containerized applications without having a proficiency in container orchestration. It also eliminates the burden of ongoing operations and maintenance by

Getting Started with HashiCorp Vault

Every business needs to pay special attention to security matters. Secrets management is one of the leading security tasks. In this tutorial, we will introduce you to the basics of using the Hashicorp Vault, a powerful tool for securing accessing secrets.

Getting started with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) is a managed Kubernetes to deploy, scale and monitor containerized applications on AWS. Amazon EKS auto-scales worker nodes, including the API servers and back-end persistence layer, across multiple AWS availability zones for high

Getting started with Pivotal Container Service (PKS)

Pivotal Container Service (PKS) is a managed Kubernetes service for developers to operate and manage enterprise-grade Kubernetes clusters using BOSH and Pivotal Ops Manager. PKS uses the On-Demand Broker to deploy Cloud Foundry Container Runtime, a BOSH release that offers a

Getting Started with OpenShift

 

 

Many Rafay Systems customers use Red Hat OpenShift as their platform of choice for building, deploying, running and scaling Kubernetes containerized applications. OpenShift is flexible and versatile; it can be deployed in public and private clouds, using physical or virtual

All Things Kubernetes: Application Secrets — Part 2

This blog was originally published on Medium.

All Things Kubernetes: Application Secrets - Part 1

This is part of a series of blogs on “All Things Kubernetes”. Each blog post will focus on highlighting the common issues that people encounter with Kubernetes and how they can overcome these issues. This blog was originally posted on Medium on September 14, 2019

Why Rafay

Before beginning our Rafay journey, a number of us on Team Rafay were at another startup called Soha Systems. At Soha, we operated a platform in a multi-cluster (multi-region) environment across multiple cloud provider networks. At the time, multi-cloud wasn’t exactly a hashtag