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Why Docker and OpenStack love Kubernetes

Today‚Äôs DevOps teams develop and run their applications in containers. And for obvious reasons; containers are fast, easy to roll out and very scalable. The use of containers has been growing enormously these last couple of years. Containers have been around though for quite some time. In fact, it was …

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What to do when your private cloud is a success (and your current CloudOps team cannot keep up)?

There seems to be a shift going on at the moment. More accurately, there are multiple shifts happening. On the one hand we see organizations switch between public and private cloud solutions to get the optimal solution for their use case. And on the other we see cloud solution providers …

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OpenStack is alive and in motion

Not so long ago, someone said he felt OpenStack had lost its relevance. Although I hear this from time to time, it always takes me by surprise. Because OpenStack is more alive than ever, moving forward with the forthcoming 20th release of OpenStack: Train. But how can you tell OpenStack …

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Become a Ceph specialist with our course

A lot of organisations have adopted and embraced the opportunities of native cloud storage with Ceph. Either with or without OpenStack. One of the hallmarks of Ceph is that a well-trained Linux team (or a single engineer) can setup a Ceph cluster pretty easily. But as the success in the …

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Cloud and OpenStack retrospective

Cloud and OpenStack? In a recent conversation, someone asked us why Fairbanks, choose to focus your attention to open infrastructure cloud solutions and OpenStack when you started? And why do we blog about so many aspects of open infrastructure clouds and what can be achieved with it? Since we are …

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