Posts Tagged ‘kubernetes’

Kubernetes recap 2017: Most compelling stats and news

Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

It’s been three years since Kubernetes was first released in 2014. Now 2017 is coming to an end, we were wondering: How did the Kubernetes project and the use of Kubernetes develop last year? We scoured the web for the most compelling news, surveys and statistics. Enjoy!

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Vacature: Gemotiveerde Linux engineer/systeembeheerder

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Heb jij ervaring met Linux (Debian) systeembeheer en ben je op zoek naar een nieuwe uitdaging binnen een open maar professionele werkomgeving? Dan is Kumina misschien wel dé plek voor jou. We zijn een groeiend bedrijf en momenteel op zoek naar een Linux Systeembeheerder die ons team wil komen versterken. Een uitdagende functie bij een […]

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How to develop Kubernetes-friendly containerised applications, part 3

Friday, October 27th, 2017

There’s a lot out there that describes how to setup Kubernetes and how to make your container run on Kubernetes, but fairly little in regard to how you should be *developing* for Kubernetes. We hope to provide you with some guidance on how to design Kubernetes-friendly Docker containers in our newest blog post series.

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How to develop Kubernetes-friendly containerised applications, part 2

Friday, October 20th, 2017

There’s a lot out there that describes how to setup Kubernetes and how to make your container run on Kubernetes, but fairly little in regard to how you should be *developing* for Kubernetes. We hope to provide you with some guidance on how to design Kubernetes-friendly Docker containers in our newest blog post series.

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How to develop Kubernetes-friendly containerised applications, part 1

Friday, October 13th, 2017

There’s a lot out there that describes how to setup Kubernetes and how to make your container run on Kubernetes, but fairly little in regard to how you should be *developing* for Kubernetes. We hope to provide you with some guidance on how to design Kubernetes-friendly Docker containers in our newest blog post series.

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Kumina extends its services with consultancy & Kubernetes courses

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Over the last few years, we have helped several customers with their transition to a Docker and Kubernetes set-up. Nowadays, in 2017, we are one of the few European IT-companies that are mentioned as an official partner on the Kubernetes website. As true open source aficionados, we like helping other organisations by sharing our knowledge. That is why we decided to extend our services with Kubernetes courses and consultancy.

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An introduction to container technology

Monday, March 27th, 2017

Container technology is causing a structural change in the entire cloud-computing world. A change we embrace at Kumina. In this first post from our blog post series ‘Containerisation with Kubernetes and Docker’, we’ll provide you with a simple introduction to the concept ‘containerisation’ and about how containers relate to virtual machines (VM).

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Kumina Kubernetes presentation including live demonstration at Den Bosch Linux User Group

Friday, March 24th, 2017

Wednesday April 5, our director Tim Stoop will give a Kubernetes presentation at the Den Bosch Linux User Group. In this presentation, you’ll get a good idea of the basics of container management with Kubernetes. In our tech talk we’ll take you through the history and present use of containers and explain you ll the basics of Kubernetes and its components. Followed by a live demonstration on our pi cluster, so you can see Kubernetes in action. Don’t hesitate to attend our talk: attendance is free of charge!

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