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Google's Anthos for Multi-Cloud goes GA!

Last week Google announced the GA release of Anthos for Multi-Cloud. The reception was equal parts of excitement and confusion. In this post, I'll attempt to explain what Anthos is, why it matters, and what that means to your business.

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GitOps - Why is it Relevant Now?

There seems to have been a lot of talk about GitOps just recently. This impression is certainly reinforced by the sessions and booths during KubeCon San Diego late 2019. Regardless of the discipline or services, GitOps was the keyword that was constantly repeated.

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Setting up a Multi-tenant Amazon EKS cluster: a few things to consider

OpsGuru prides itself in heavy use of cloud-native technology, and Kubernetes is often the primary platform of choice to run containerized workloads. In this blog we discuss using name space, network policies, Integrating AWS IAM to EKS cluster/workloads, isolation techniques and much more.

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OpsGuru is all set for KubeCon San Diego 2019

With OpsGuru’s heavy commitment and contribution to the open-source community, a number of OpsGuru’s team members are going to KubeCon 2019 to learn and share first hand the advents in the CNCF landscape.

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Walkthrough - ECS Local: Bringing ECS to your local environment

As someone who works with AWS on a day-to-day basis, It’s important to stay up to date with all the changes and new features of the different services on the platform. That’s how one recent announcement caught my eye - The new capability of local testing of ECS.

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OpenSource Data Lake for the Hybrid Cloud - Part 2: Designing an OSS DataLake

In part 1 of this series, we answered the question of WHY Open Source components are often an attractive option when building a data lake of any significant size. In this second installment, we describe HOW to cost-effectively build a data lake out of Open Source components.

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OpenSource Data Lake for the Hybrid Cloud - Part 1

Data lakes have become the de-facto standard for Enterprises and Corporations looking to take advantage of their existing Data.

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Securing Kubernetes secrets: How to efficiently secure access to etcd and protect your secrets

Etcd is a distributed, consistent and highly-available key value store used as the Kubernetes backing store for all cluster data, making it a core component of every K8s deployment. Due to its central role etcd may contain sensitive information related to access of the deployed services and their associated components,

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