Kubernetes

Speed up your WordPress with IBM Cloud

WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems available, but the many websites and blogs that use it experience issues with speed. At IBM Cloud, there are several solutions that can help alleviate some of these issues and allow you to have a better and faster WordPress experience.

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Container Native Monitoring Insights with Elastic on IBM Cloud

Learn about how Elastic easily deploys with the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service (IKS), providing full visibility of your containerized workloads and operational consistency with container deployments in a multi-cloud architecture.

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Build, Deploy, and Scale Real-World Solutions on IBM Cloud

IBM Cloud Solution Tutorials give you step-by-step instructions to create applications running on virtual servers, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, and serverless architectures. The tutorials also cover topics ranging from web and mobile applications, chatbots, IoT, and machine learning and analytics.

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Building Highly-Available Apps with IBM Container Service, Kubernetes, and Rancher 2.0

This is the first in a four-part series on “Building microservice data lakes with IBM Cloud.” In this series we’ll explore how you can use IBM Cloud to deploy microservice applications, store data generated by those microservices in IBM Cloud Object Storage, and then query across that data using

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Obtain and visualise uniform metrics, logs, traces across microservices using Istio

In this blog post, you will learn how to setup Istio on your Kubernetes cluster using Helm or Kubernetes-YAML and you will be using add-ons like Jaeger, Prometheus, Grafana, & Weavescope to collect, query and visualize metrics, logs & traces (in-depth telemetry) for your microservices.

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Multi-region Kubernetes applications with IBM Cloud Internet Services

When building applications, one has to factor failures into the design. An application may fail because of a bug in the code. The underlying infrastructure running the application can fail, whether it is a bare metal server or a virtual machine. The network connectivity can fail intermittently. A datacenter may lose power and the backup generator may not start either. That's already a lot of risks to cover and to protect from.

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Fog City welcomes IBM to DockerCon 2018

I found my way to DockerCon San Francisco after busy weeks traveling: from a customer lunch-n-learn in Dallas, to the IBM Technical Leadership Exchange in Palisades, to KubeCon in Copenhagen. Everywhere, developers are excited to see Kubernetes running containerized workloads.

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Modernize your old JPetStore app with containers, Kubernetes and AI

Follow the GitHub tutorial and video to update JPetStore, a traditional Java web app, into a modern sales channel using Docker containers, Kubernetes, Watson Visual Recognition and text messaging.

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Certificate Manager now Sends you Notifications before your Certificates Expire

Even the most successful or genius apps can fail if there are issues with availability. While development teams often engineer for availability, with lots of redundancy, health checks, and load balancing, sometimes outages occur because of simple human errors. One common error is that teams fail to renew SSL/TLS certificates on time.

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