Deploying Kubernetes on Bare Metal

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible platform for managing containerized workloads and services. It is an increasingly popular tool for moving workloads efficiently across platforms with less overhead than traditional virtual machines (VMs). Kubernetes’s capability to automate application orchestration, scaling and management makes it a very attractive lightweight platform for deploying workloads at large scale. It has been gaining momentum as a form of building cloud-like environments for web-scale type of applications, especially on bare metal servers.

Optimizing Your Public Cloud with Managed Services

Public cloud providers, like AWS and Azure, build and offer many services to help developers, IT shops and small and large business quickly build and deploy their applications on the public cloud. Public clouds offer speed and agility, but it can become all too easy to have projects run away from you if your use of public cloud lacks focus. This is where optimizing public cloud with managed services can be a good option.

Cyber Threats Don’t Shut Down for COVID-19

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are living in a different world now than the one we had at the beginning of 2020. Everything has changed in terms of how businesses communicate and operate, but some things haven’t changed. In spite of the dramatic shift in the world in general, it is still business as usual for cyber attacks and cybersecurity. Working with a managed detection and response (MDR) provider enables an organization to get the protection and peace of mind they need.

Deploying Kubernetes on Bare Metal

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible platform for managing containerized workloads and services. It is an increasingly popular tool for moving workloads efficiently across platforms with less overhead than traditional virtual machines (VMs). Kubernetes’s capability to automate application orchestration, scaling and management makes it a very attractive lightweight platform for deploying workloads at large scale. It has been gaining momentum as a form of building cloud-like environments for web-scale type of applications, especially on bare metal servers.

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