Adoption of Kubernetes into data centers or cloud has been remarkable since it was released in 2014. As an orchestrator of lightweight application containers, Kubernetes has emerged to handle and schedule diverse IT workloads, from virtualized network functions to AI/ML and GPU hardware resources.
At a high-level Container Attached Storage is software that includes microservice based storage controllers that are orchestrated by Kubernetes. These storage controllers can run anywhere that Kubernetes can run which means any cloud or even bare metal servers or on top of a traditional shared storage system.
This article talks about how Kubernetes has emerged from container orchestration platform to manage complex workloads in AI and Machine Learning Stacks, Managing containers in NFV architecture and handling hardware GPU resources.
There are a significant amount of advantages of using container-based VNFs rather than hypervisor driven. But if we look at the current stage of NFV progress in NFV technology innovation was not much faster which were anticipated in 2012 due to lack of common guidelines model. But now, 5G networks are started to deploy and tested in
To communicate between pods residing on different member nodes, it is necessary that the master node and member node should be able to communicate among each other. Even though all the nodes are able to ping each other, the communication between master and members can be stuck. This happens because kubernetes
While Docker is highly instrumental in facilitating developers, operators, enterprises and users to function smoothly, it is vital to ensure that their containers are firmly secured. To understand this notion in a better manner it is important to get acquainted with the overall scenario of Docker Security.
Kubernetes is growing, kubernetes is gaining momentum and is de-facto orchestrator in cluster environment. There is lot of traction around using kubernetes for management in premise clusters as well as public clouds. This blog talks about the new jargons in kubernetes. There are 3 basic services exposed by kubernetes for accessing pods viz:
Kubernetes is a container orchestration engine that was originally designed by Google. (Google has been using it for 10 years) and is now maintained by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It has been used to run Google’s massive systems. Kubernetes is also described as a vendor-agnostic cluster and container ..
This article covers what are containers and microservices; what are the use cases of containers and microservices in enterprises and telecommunication sectors and evaluation of usability of containers for IT infrastructure. Article also focuses on recent development of containers in network functions ..
Containerization can be possibly implemented in mobile edge computing to provide its benefits but full integration will be expected by service providers to enable cloud-native NFV.