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Questions about Policy Management on Kubernetes? Come to our CNCF Webinar, November 4th 2020.

On November 4th, come get all of your Governance 101 questions answered by our CTO, Ahmed Badran. He will cover:

  1. What Kubernetes Governance is and why it is important
  2. How to establish a governance framework
  3. How Open Policy Agent and the Rego language could help
  4. Example policies for Kubernetes

See you there!

Register for the CNCF Webinar
Capacity Management for Teams on Kubernetes Setting Pod CPU and Memory Limits
Capacity Management for Teams on Kubernetes: Setting Pod CPU and Memory Limits

Capacity management is a complex, ever-moving target, for teams on any infrastructure, whether on-prem, cloud-native, or hybrid..

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Team Productivity - Resource management

Team Productivity: Resource Management

Out of all the companies using container orchestration platforms, 75% of them are using Kubernetes. If you are a Manager or Lead..

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Magalix at KubeCon NA 2020 Virtual

November 17 – 20

We are thrilled to meet you virtually at KubeCon North America 2020. Don't forget to book your meeting now.

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Kubernetes Governance

Gain visibility and control over your clusters. Enforce your team’s best practices and organizational standards without sacrificing development agility & operational excellence.

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From the Kubernetes Community
A Guide to Deploying Jaeger on Kubernetes in Production

Logs, metrics, and traces are the three pillars of the Observability world. The distributed tracing world, in particular, has seen a lot of innovation in recent months, with OpenTelemetry standardization and with Jaeger open source project graduating from the CNCF incubation.

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Choosing an Operating System and Container Runtime for Your Cloud Native Stack

Containers redefined the role of an operating system (OS). With much of the heavy lifting moving to container runtimes, an OS has become a thin layer that provides access to physical resources. This shift has resulted in a new breed of operating systems called container-optimized OS (COS).

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