Brent Smithurst
By: Brent Smithurst

December 11, 2018 7:09 pm

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SUSE Cloud Application Platform v1.3 released

[caption id="attachment_68302" align="alignleft" width="1525"] SUSE Cloud Application Platform showing Kubernetes node metrics[/caption] SUSE Cloud Application Platform v1.3 is now available! If you're in Seattle for Kubecon this week, be sure to stop by our booth for a new pair of socks, a demo, or to learn more. The new […]

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Andreas Jaeger
By: Andreas Jaeger

December 11, 2018 5:50 pm

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Welcome etcd to CNCF

Etcd is a distributed data store that is used for example by Kubernetes to store the state of a running cluster. The data stores key-value pairs across multiple machines so that failures of a single machine are handled. Etcd has been written for distributed systems like Kubernetes as a fault-tolerant and reliable data base. Clients […]

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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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Chris Lentricchia
By: Chris Lentricchia

December 7, 2018 2:16 pm

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You want some SUSE socks? We know you do; SUSE x KubeCon.

Looking for socks? How about a nice, juicy, SUSE chameleon? If you’re going to KubeCon, you can get them. Stop by the SUSE booth, G17, and we’ll hook you up. After you’ve got yourself some socks and your very own SUSE chameleon, head on over to see Rob De Canha-Knight, EMEA Technical […]

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By: Erico Mendonca

December 7, 2018 1:59 pm

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KVM networking: a simple way to manage port forwards and configuration

QEMU/KVM offers powerful networking features, including the ability to create many kinds of networks for your VMs. These can be either an isolated network, a NAT network, or a bridge. There are built-in services that can be configured to serve DNS and DHCP (including PXE support), so you do not need to bother maintaining these […]

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carolinapereira
By: carolinapereira

December 5, 2018 6:57 pm

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Break your data silos with SAP Data Hub, Lenovo and SUSE. Watch our Webinar!

There is more data generated in businesses today than ever before, and also more ways to store it and use it. Every enterprise wants to unlock all that value but usually data is kept in silos across the enterprise, e.g. in enterprise applications, databases, plain files, Hadoop data lakes, data warehouses, IoT or various […]

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Andreas Jaeger
By: Andreas Jaeger

November 28, 2018 11:57 pm

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Congratulations to Envoy for Graduation as CNCF Project

The Cloud Native Compute Foundation (CNCF)  hosts an ecosystem of projects that help with cloud native applications - containerized applications running on Kubernetes as microservices. Based on the maturity of the projects, they are classified as graduated, incubated, or sandbox. Most new projects start now in the sandbox. The CNCF technical committee has in the […]

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Nino Kodabande
By: Nino Kodabande

November 26, 2018 9:18 pm

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Istio: A New Routing Tier for Cloud Foundry

If you are an active user of Cloud Foundry, you may be familiar with gorouter which handles all the http requests in your deployment. You also may have heard of TCP router which is a wrapper around HAProxy. Today in any standard Cloud Foundry deployment if you want to have both deployed, you would just […]

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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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Matthew Johns
By: Matthew Johns

November 8, 2018 10:40 am

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The SUSE Flight Crew are coming to Berlin

This week, all around the world the SUSE Flight Crew are packing their bags and getting ready to converge on CityCube, Berlin for the OpenStack Summit. We’re all very excited as it feels like we’re coming home – SUSE were founded in Germany back in 1992, and our head office remains there in […]

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