We are excited to announce the availability of Kubernetes v1.12.2 for your clusters that are running in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. With the Kubernetes service, you can easily upgrade your clusters without the need for deep Kubernetes knowledge.
At VMworld Europe today, IBM Cloud and VMware announced a number of new solutions and capabilities. Throughout the week, we will host multiple sessions to share more information on the features and solutions now available from IBM Cloud.
IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions has added five reference architectures. These provide different views of the application modernization journey to IBM Cloud.
IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service will soon increase your cluster availability by adding replicas of the Kubernetes master with fix pack version 1.11.3_1531, released on November 1, 2018. After you update, clusters will have three Kubernetes master replicas that you set up with a highly available (HA) configuration.
IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service Deployment Patterns #3: Multi-Zone Cluster, LoadBalancer with In-Zone Backends Only
Learn how to deploy an IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service multi-zone cluster by keeping the destination endpoints of the application where the NLB sends the requests to within the same zone.
IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service Deployment Patterns #4: Multi-Zone Cluster, LoadBalancer Aggregating Whole Region Capacity
Learn how to deploy an IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service multi-zone cluster by aggregating the capacity of the whole region by allowing the NLBs to distribute traffic to all zones within the region.
The IBM NodeJS team has built a starter for developers to quickly create and deploy a MERN stack in a Kubernetes container. MERN stands for MongoDB, Express, React and NodeJS. Our MERN starter is a working application with a React front-end that makes HTTP requests to an Express/Node.js back-end, where sessions are persisted using MongoDB.
Learn how to deploy an IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service multi-zone cluster with the app exposed via ALB/Ingress controller.
We know that data residency is very important to our customers, and we take security very seriously. If you have workloads that must remain within the border, you can now deploy a single-tenant and dedicated Kubernetes cluster in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service and ensure your apps and data remain in Italy.