By: Andrew Gracey

April 16, 2019 4:12 pm

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How Big is a Container, Really?

One of the first questions in any discussion about cluster sizing tends to be “How many containers are you running?”. While this is a good data point (especially if you are pushing the scheduler to its limit) it doesn’t show the whole story. We tend to abstract out a container as […]

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By: Andrew Gracey

March 29, 2019 3:28 pm

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Six First Impressions of SUSE Cloud Application Platform

While I’ve been developing for Kubernetes for a few years now, I am pretty new to both SUSE and Cloud Foundry. I’ve got to say that both have been great experiences! SUSE is a fantastic place to work and our Cloud Foundry distribution (SUSE Cloud Application Platform) makes my development life easier. &[…]

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By: Andrew Gracey

March 11, 2019 5:32 pm

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You may not know it, but you already have a PaaS

I read a blog recently (that I sadly can’t find again) about how important it is to use a Platform as a Service (PaaS). It made the argument that everyone running at any sort of scale has had to solve the same basic problems. This got me thinking about how every company doing software […]

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By: Andrew Gracey

February 27, 2019 6:38 pm

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Technical Deep-Dive of Container Runtimes

As you might have already seen, SUSE CaaS Platform will soon support CRI-O as a container runtime. In this blog, I will dig into what a container runtime is and how CRI-o differentiates architecturally from Docker. I’ll also dig into how the Container Runtime Interface (CRI) and the two Open Container Initiative (OCI) […]

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