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Janakiram MSV
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Portworx Sep 16
We’re excited to join the family! The combination of software + Pure storage platforms enables customers to have the most complete platform for Kubernetes data services. Read on to learn more about what this means for :
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The New Stack Sep 14
Big shout out to our ebook author, Kubernetes engineer and analyst, for an excellent overview of Kubernetes architecture! If you haven’t read his thoughtful work we highly recommend it.
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Janakiram MSV Sep 13
Mindblowing! Amazon work Vasu.
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Richard Seroter Sep 11
How does service discovery work in Kubernetes? < another quick, but useful article from on
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Kubernetes Sep 11
A nice continuation of 's series on ➡️ "How do applications run on ?"
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Janakiram MSV Sep 8
Absolutely! I am a big fan of CAS. Edge in the context of IoT and AI needs a different approach to storage and RXW is critical.
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Janakiram MSV Sep 8
We don't need NFS but need RWX. How does localPV solve the problem of shared volumes?
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Janakiram MSV Sep 8
We want to reduce the number of moving parts. Running a separate NFS server or even an NFS provisioner is not an option. The same storage layer should support dedicated (RWO) vols and shared (RWX) vols.
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Janakiram MSV Sep 8
It's not monolithic. It's an AI workload used for transfer learning and inference. The model and dataset need to be available through RWO PVs to multiple pods.
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MemSQL Sep 8
We’re proud to be using Kubernetes! “K3s at the edge and in the form a great combination that closes the loop of software delivery,” said on ’ announcement on the acceptance of by the .
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Janakiram MSV Sep 8
One of the key aspects of storage for the edge is support for native shared volumes without the need to run NFS seperately. Based on my research, only Portworx supports this. Do you have pointers on how to run RWM with OpenEBS without NFS?
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Janakiram MSV Sep 7
Thanks for bringing it up. I am yet to explore Flatcar. Does it run on ARM64 as well?
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Kubernetes Sep 7
How does work? shares some insights in the first of a series of articles on via
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Venkat Ramakrishnan Sep 6
Great insightful article by on how to build an edge stack with k3s, calico and Portworx! Portworx Tigera Rancher Labs
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Janakiram MSV Sep 6
How K3s, Portworx, and Calico Can Serve as a Foundation of Cloud Native Edge Infrastructure
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The New Stack Sep 6
Free Ebook from The New Stack: “The State of the Kubernetes Ecosystem, 2nd Edition” Download it today! by
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The New Stack Sep 4
What are the latest trends in Kubernetes deployments? How do cloud service providers and cloud native vendors compare? TNS Research Director Lawrence Hecht has an original analysis of CNCF data in our latest ebook:
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Civo Cloud Sep 3
New to Kubernetes? Here's a really useful overview of how applications run on it, courtesy of :
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Pavan Belagatti Sep 2
How do applications run on ? This is a great article by
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Janakiram MSV Sep 2
Learning how to make a great Latte is a journey. Not a destination 😀
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