Kubernetes Cloud: Cloud services for Kubernetes, practical mini guide

Kubernetes Cloud: let’s see up close Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) The most popular Cloud Services for Kubernetes are with no doubt Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). These services are called “managed”. What do we mean by “managed”? Basically, whoever uploads a configuration file on a Kubernetes server, benefits from the provisioning of the whole server-side architecture made by Kubernetes itself thanks to the providers’ work. Let’s see them up close and understand how much they can be useful to use Kubernetes.

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How Kubernetes works: operation and structure

How Kubernetes works: a mini guide to one of today’s most important tools for developers. How does Kubernetes work? As we point out in this mini guide, Kubernetes is an important tool for developers who want to expand their skill set and who take their profession seriously.  Let’s start by defining exactly what Kubernetes is (What is Kubernetes), that is, an open-source container-orchestration platform, designed for running large-scale distributed applications and services.

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Docker vs Kubernetes: let’s see how they differ

Docker vs Kubernetes: let’s see how they differ and why it sometimes gets a little confusing We often hear people asking if it’s better to use Docker or Kubernetes, as if you had to choose one or the other. But that’s like comparing apples and oranges. If you’ve asked yourself this too, don’t worry – it’s a very common misunderstanding.

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Kubernetes: what it is, and everything you need to know about it

Why choose Kubernetes? In this article we talk about Kubernetes, the open-source platform that is used to manage workloads and containerised services. Its name comes from the Greek for “pilot” or “helmsman”. This helps us understand how useful this tool is for managing workloads and automatic container management. Its main selling points, such as its wide range of features and its portability between different Cloud providers, have contributed to its popularity and it is now used by developers all over the world.

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How to deploy remote desktop software via GPO

Supremo can be distributed on a large scale quickly and easily by configuring a GPO. In this guide we are going to deploy Supremo parameterised in the “ComputerSupremo” organisational unit.  Before proceeding, we need to generate the command line from the Supremo Console (to view the guide click here). and the .mst file (to view the guide click here). We then create a network share accessible by the clients where we want to deploy Supremo .

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How Docker Repository works

If you have looked into Docker, you will have heard about the Docker Repository and may have wondered what it is. Make yourself comfortable as we explain everything in detail in this mini guide. A Docker repository is a container that contains one or more Docker images relating to a particular piece of software or project. Why are there multiple Docker images if the software is the same? Because you can have multiple versions of a piece of software. Each time the software developer releases a new version, it creates a new Docker Image, with the same name, but with.

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How to install Docker on Windows

Windows is perhaps the operating system that requires more attention when installing Docker. There are some prerequisites that need to be taken into consideration.   Supported Windows versions Before installing Docker for Windows make sure you have a compatible version of Windows. Currently the supported versions are: Windows 10 64-bit: Home, Pro, Enterprise, or Education, version 1903 (Build 18362 or higher). Windows Subsystem for Linux As described in the official Docker documentation, you need to install the “Windows Subsystem for Linux” before installing Docker on Windows.

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