Kubernetes Operations Console

A client to interact with the Kubernetes cluster

Part -2: Operators teach Kubernetes how to simplify stateful application...

If we want to understand the Operator we first need to have an understanding of CR(Custom Resource) and CRD(Custom Resource Definition). Kubernetes API use store an object using API endpoints and a Custom resource(CR) allows you to create your own API object. Means CR allows you to extend Kubernetes capabilities by adding any kind

of API object useful to your resource. CRD is just what we use to define our CR, for example a CRD.yaml. It’s analogous to a schema for the CR. CRs provide endpoints for reading and writing structured data. A cluster user can interact with CRs with kubectl or another Kubernetes client, just like any other API resource...

Operators teach Kubernetes how to simplify the stateful application...

This is the first article to a series of articles to showcase how we use Operator that can leverage Kubernetes to create a stateful application such as Kafka Cluster. An Operator is a way to package, run, and maintain a Kubernetes application. An Operator

builds on Kubernetes to automate the entire lifecycle of the software it manages. Because Operators extend Kubernetes, they provide application-specific automation. Before we begin to describe how Operators do these jobs, let’s define a few Kubernetes terms to provide context...

My Big Data solution using AWS services...

A global advertising agency that manages marketing for different customers in Asia, Europe and US required the solution on development of a Big Data platform. The company data analysts required a Big Data solution to run their models, reports and development effort can be handled by their own IT Team. The company

is looking for recommendations on how to setup the Big Data Platform that will allow them to analyse trends and patterns over time across different clients. They would need a presentation layer to provide reporting capabilities to individual clients on only their specific data. Therefore, the...

Azure Arc – redefine hybrid cloud...

Azure Arc provides you with the opportunity to run Azure services anywhere. It provide three main functions below:- Azure SQL Database and Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale (scale-out function by sharding) can be deployed to Kubernetes on any cloud environment such as AWS or GCP

or on-premise, and centralized management including patch application, automatic update, security policy application, etc. is possible Integrated management of Windows Server, Linux Server, Kubernetes cluster, etc. running on any platform including AWS and on-premises. Deploy and deploy applications to Kubernetes clusters managed by Az...

Kubernetes Operations Console...

We need a framework using which we can build and manage a Kuberentes Cluster. When it comes to building a Kubernetes cluster, Kos Console provides you templates to choose from.

Running a Kuberentes application(small, mid or big) there are lots of things that you need to know before migrating application to Kubernetes but if you are using Kos Console you just need to run functions provided in Kos Console and rest of the important things are already taken care based on industry/community best practice....