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The latest from Magalix on kubernetes, containers and smart DevOps.

Kubernetes Patterns : The DaemonService Pattern

      What is a Daemon? A daemon is a process that runs in the background. Typically, a daemon does not produce visible ...

Kubernetes Patterns : The Cron Job Pattern

    Scheduled Jobs Challenges   Cron jobs were part of the UNIX system since its early version. When GNU and Linux came into existence, crons were already part of the system. A cron job is simply a co...

KubeAdvisor: Learn, Automate, Gain More Confidence and Control over your k8s cluster

Magalix launches KubeAdvisor 1.0 with Premium Features for every DevOps Team Monday, September 30th, 2019 9:00 am PDT   The KubeAdvisor Framework 1.0 helps teams adopt best practices to accelerate the...

Kubernetes Patterns - The Batch Job Pattern

  Pods Common Pattern A Pod may host one or more containers in which all of them are treated as one unit. There are several ways available to create Pods. For example: Naked Pods: These are the Pods t...

The Adapter Pattern

  Why do we need an adapter container? All containerized applications are able to communicate with each other through a well-defined protocol, typically HTTP. Each application has a set of endpoints t...

The Sidecar Pattern

    Do One Thing, Do it Best The basic idea on which UNIX was designed is to not have a complex monolithic tool do everything. Instead, UNIX makes use of small, pluggable components whereby their usag...

Kubernetes Patterns : Capacity Planning

  An excellent cloud-native application design should declare any specific resources that it needs to operate correctly. Kubernetes uses those requirements to make the most efficient decisions to ensu...
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