2015 is almost a wrap. With the year coming to a quick conclusion, we are looking back at the best resources of 2015. Here is our top five of 2015:
1. What Every Telecom Operator Should Know about the Cloud
Declining revenues, economic challenges, technology transformation and price competition are all contributors to the rapidly changing telecom industry alongside the evolving requirements of customers. As telecom operators look to transform to overcome these challenges, the cloud has become ever more important.
Last week we announced the Flexiant Kubernetes Orchestration as a Service feature in Flexiant Concerto. We also demonstrated the new service in a short six minute video and showed how easy it is to the launch the guestbook feature in Kubernetes using Concerto.
This week we go into more detail to show you how to execute the guestbook example using the Concerto command line. Through the command line we will create a Kubernetes cluster and deploy these microservices from the guest book to the command line.
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This week we announced Flexiant Kubernetes Orchestration as a Service (KOaaS). Enabling DevOps to use Kubernetes on any cloud, in minutes, Flexiant Concerto lets you get creative without any pain.
I’ve prepared a short six minute video for you to see KOaaS in action. Kubernetes Orchestration as a Service allows you to get Kubernetes on any cloud, easily leaving more time to focus on the creative side of Kubernetes. This video shows you how easy it is to launch the ‘hello world’ guestbook feature in Kubernetes.
Heard of Kubernetes? We bet you have.
Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system for Docker containers, rapidly growing in popularity. It handles scheduling onto nodes in a compute cluster and actively manages workloads to ensure that their state matches the users declared intentions. Using the concepts of “labels” and “pods”, it groups the containers which make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery.