Category: Containerization

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Canonical Kubernetes vs. Native: Unmasking the Cloud Champions

Kubernetes is the undisputed monarch of container orchestration in the dynamic world of cloud computing. And in this domain, Canonical Kubernetes rides to the rescue with a powerful trifecta of cost-effectiveness, adaptability, and security.

Whether you’re a novice or an experienced cloud fighter, this blog post will help you grasp the power of Canonical Kubernetes. We’ll examine its fundamental ideas, examine its special advantages, and provide you with the know-how to harness its potential for your cloud-native projects.

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OKD: Unleashing the Power of Kubernetes for Open-Source Innovation

Kubernetes has emerged as a transformational force in cloud-native computing, revolutionizing the way applications are written, deployed, and managed. OKD, the open-source upstream of Kubernetes, is at the heart of this change, enabling developers and organizations to take advantage of the potential of Kubernetes without vendor lock-in.

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KubeVirt: The Next-Gen Virtualization Solution for Kubernetes – Run Containers and VMs Side-by-Side

KubeVirt is a Kubernetes-native virtualization solution that allows users to run virtual machines (VMs) and containers side-by-side on the same platform. Kubernetes has become the standard for managing containerized applications in the ever-changing field of cloud computing and containerization. Containers have revolutionized the packaging, distribution, and deployment of applications, providing unmatched flexibility and scalability. However, certain tasks cannot be confined to containers alone, requiring the use of virtual machines (VMs). To address this, the KubeVirt project has been created to seamlessly integrate VMs with containers, allowing Kubernetes to effectively handle both technologies.

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MicroVM and Firecracker: Discover Advantages and Disadvantages

During virtualization revolution, physical servers replaced with virtual machines to run multiple different workloads on a single server hardware but virtual machines were still large and needs some resources to run as isolated servers. Virtual machines needs to have their own operating system and applications. Also they needs to manage and configure separately. MicroVM or Micro Virtual Machine offering benefits of two different technologies and Firecracker will help you to implementing MicroVM.