Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

September 20, 2019 8:24 pm

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Kubernetes Project Releases Version 1.16

SUSE, and the SUSE CaaS Platform team in particular, congratulates the Kubernetes Project of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation on the release of Kubernetes 1.16. The most major change in this release is actually a feature that is already in widespread use. Custom Resource Definitions (CRD) are a major foundation of Kubernetes extensibility and […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

September 13, 2019 5:54 pm

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The Next SUSE CaaS Platform is Here!

The SUSE CaaS Platform team is excited to announce the availability of our new version 4 - a container management solution that is easier to deploy and manage at scale, richer than ever in security and control, and ready with the latest innovations! We listened to feedback from you, our customers and partners, about SUSE […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

July 17, 2019 4:54 pm

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skuba Dives into Open Source Waters

(SUSE CaaS Platform architect Rafael Fernandez Lopez provided essential information for this post. Thanks, Rafa!) SUSE CaaS Platform 4, our next major release is now in beta. It has major architectural improvements for our customers. In the process of planning and developing it, we took a close look at bootstrapping clusters and managing node […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

June 20, 2019 4:19 pm

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CNCF Releases Kubernetes 1.15

SUSE congratulates the Kubernetes team for the release of Kubernetes 1.15. This new release focuses on two themes: Continuous Improvement and Extensibility. In regard to Continuous Improvement, the project has focused not just on features, but on the rest of the product development process: improving test coverage, ensuring that current stable features do not […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

March 25, 2019 10:05 pm

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Kubernetes Project Releases Version 1.14

Today, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced the latest release of Kubernetes, version 1.14, is now available. Many individuals and organizations, including SUSE engineers, contributed to this release, and many new features were introduced as alpha, managed to beta status, and graduated to stable. Let's look at some of the most interesting stable […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

February 1, 2019 6:21 pm

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Ingress Controllers: Getting In and Getting It Right

The SUSE CaaS Platform team recently released a new feature that is available to all subscribers using version 3: an ingress controller. It is a valuable part of Kubernetes networking, especially as clusters grow in terms of node count and especially application count. From Outside In There are several ways to configure external network access […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

December 7, 2018 8:38 pm

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SUSE CaaS Platform Updated to Address Kubernetes Vulnerability

For an open source project of its size (both in terms of code and of prevalence of adoption), Kubernetes has been surprisingly free of security vulnerabilities. Its perfect record has come to an end, though, with the project's disclosure on December 3, 2018 of a security vulnerability in all previous versions of Kubernetes, and therefore, […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

November 16, 2018 11:46 pm

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Excited About Application Modernization? Contain Yourself…

Introduction For those of us who work with technologies every day, it's important to remember one key thing: every topic is new to someone somewhere every day. With that in mind, we are starting a series of posts here that will start from basics to help you build your knowledge of modern application delivery. Think […]

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Roger Klorese
By: Roger Klorese

October 17, 2018 11:51 pm

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Authenticating to SUSE CaaS Platform Using External LDAP

External Authentication: Secure and Simpler Most of us access multiple systems and applications in the average day. For DevOps or systems management staff, the number may run into the dozens. (If every username and password was a key on a physical keychain, some of us wouldn't even be able to stand up!) You can […]

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