In the run up to KubeCon, IBM Cloud announced new capabilities to ease Kubernetes operations and improve security across multiple cloud architectures.
Taking Action to Secure Our IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service Against Recent Kubernetes Security Vulnerabilities
We’re taking action to secure our IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service against the recent Kubernetes security vulnerabilities. IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service is affected by the detailed vulnerabilities that, in some cases, allow unauthorized access to Kubernetes and/or trusted user privilege escalation.
On this month's episode of The New Builders Podcast, host Joshua Carr is joined by Mark Chmarny, Technical Program Manager for Serverless at Google, and Michael Behrendt, Distinguished Engineer and Serverless/FaaS Chief Architect for IBM Cloud Functions to discuss the exciting new possibilities presented by Knative.
In keeping with our goal to provide you with a robust, trusted platform for your applications, and to comply with the PCI Security Standards Council mandate, the Ingress controller will have TLS 1.0 and 1.1 disabled by default in the upcoming version upgrade of the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service ALB.
DTWISE S.A helps enterprises understand and optimize their energy consumption by providing real-time insights. To meet our growing needs for scalability, performance, and ease of management, we run our core application on the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, and we moved from monolith to microservices in just four months.
In the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, the Calico configuration file can now be generated automatically with just a single command. For clusters 1.10 and above, you can use the new flag to download your cluster config.
Effective immediately, IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service customers can gain control over when the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service ALB pods are updated in their clusters. The default setting for each newly created cluster remains—the Ingress controller will get updated automatically by IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service whenever a new version is available.
Founded on the principle that the cloud offers a unique opportunity to do security right, IBM Cloud now offers an industry-first data-in-use protection solution for cloud-native applications. These new capabilities are poised to allow a new set of data-centric applications to move to the cloud, enabling enterprises to adopt cloud with confidence.
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.