Taking Shipa for a cost free test drive, you can accomplish this with a few moving parts. The first part is a Kubernetes Cluster where you can deploy to. A quick and free Kubernetes Cluster is using minikube on your local machine. …


Kubernetes is seen as the platform for you to build your next-generation platforms on. Kubernetes is not without its operational complexity and that is why many organizations look to public cloud vendors to run their Kubernetes workloads on. …


Reflecting back on Kubecon North America 2020, a project that garnered a good amount of talks was Falco. If you are unfamiliar with Falco, Falco is an incubating project inside the CNCF that focuses on runtime security. …


Original Author: Puneet Saraswat

In the public cloud world, nothing is free. Logging is sometimes viewed as an afterthought but an import piece to have the ability to audit and gain insights into a system. …


We have learned in part one what a Platform-as-a-Service is and learned about competition that the PaaS ecosystem faces with Kubernetes in part two. Leveraging Harness with a PaaS can certainly supercharge you and your organization with benefits of Continuous Delivery and efficient application infrastructure deployment. In part three of…


Switching gears from the happy baobab trees in part one, PaaS vendors have been facing a lot of competition these days. The belief that choice does not equal opinion sometimes is brought up to step away from / choose less opinionated platforms.

With the meteoric rise of Kubernetes and the…


The baobab trees in Madagascar are some of the most captivating trees on earth in my opinion. If you want to enjoy your very own baobab, there are lots of items to execute on even getting the climate and soil right and then waiting for a long time before you…


San Diego was amazing this year and the perfect venue for KubeCon NA 2019; the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s largest event. Oddly enough sunny Diego received a few days of rain during the convention. …


After part one and part two, we are starting to get dangerous in the serverless world. We have created our first or first few AWS Lambda functions and know architectural concerns around leveraging a serverless implementation. With serverless implementations and especially AWS Lambda, editing on the fly is easy. …


We are getting pretty dangerous in the Kubernetes world after part four of the series; we understand some widely used operational tasks in Kubernetes. Next logical step clearly is to stuff every application we have into Kubernetes and start to call our vendors demanding a deployment.YAML …

Ravi Lachhman

Ravi Lachhman is the Field CTO at Shipa. Prior to Shipa, Ravi was an Evangelism Leader / Chief Architect at Harness.

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