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By: ronaldnu

June 8, 2018 8:39 pm

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SUSE Cloud Application Platform with Amazon EKS Makes Perfect Sense

Before we get into the details, let’s just start with a bit of the answer, what SUSE Cloud Application Platform brings to any Amazon EKS cluster is ‘cf push’. Now, drilling into what ‘cf push’ is and does, what SUSE Cloud Application Platform is with respect to Amazon EKS, and if you weren’t reading the news this week, what […]

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By: ronaldnu

April 13, 2018 9:55 pm

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The Importance of Application Portability

I have to rant a little bit. Recently I was involved in a conversation about the wonders of devops and how it was changing the concerns of IT. The conversation spawned from the growing importance of cloud providers and the impact they are having on enterprises of every size and across industries. Specifically, with the high-quality services the cloud […]

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ronaldnu
By: ronaldnu

March 24, 2018 12:08 am

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Cloud Foundry Buildpacks or Dockerfiles

I often hear questions about what are these buildpacks that cloud foundry uses. And then frequently, why use a buildpack when Dockerfiles are commonplace? The most common answer alludes to a topic that is most commonly phrased as a ‘separation of concerns’. Unfortunately, these discussions tend towards an odd combination of the academic and the […]

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ronaldnu
By: ronaldnu

March 9, 2018 5:55 pm

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Applying the Cloud Foundry workflow to Kubernetes

This is a topic that SUSE has been working on and maturing for a while. Before we dive into what this means, let’s take a quick high-level look at what Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes are, and what they are not. Both Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes are go-to platforms when companies think of building modern cloud […]

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ronaldnu
By: ronaldnu

March 1, 2018 5:34 pm

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Meltdown / Spectre – a PM view

Now that some time has passed and we are through another round of patches / updates, here is a perspective on how handling the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities looked. As of now, Meltdown and Spectre are mostly behind us. Well maybe not from a chip manufacturer perspective, but it is from a SUSE update perspective. Times […]

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