For consumers, the speed of technological progress is magical, because of what’s suddenly become possible: self-driving cars, same-day delivery, movies and television shows streamed to us anywhere, anytime.
More than a year after the last post of our series regarding the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s official Kubernetes Certified Administrator program, one might be surprised to see that Kelsey Hightower’s tutorial, Kubernetes the Hard Way, remains one of the main sources to prepare for the exam. But it has earned that distinction. It indeed provides a comprehensive and extensive way of practicing what you will need to know to earn.
Whenever I start working with a new client -- no matter who it is or what business they’re in -- there is one thing that happens every time. Without failure, the moment comes where someone will look you dead in the eyes and tell you about this single unique problem that they have, that nobody before them has ever experienced, much less solved.
So you've got your shiny new Kubernetes cluster up-and-running. You've tried running the standard nginx image and now you'd like to build and run your own image. But how are you going to get your image on the cluster?
At Container Solutions, when we say we help companies transform themselves into Cloud Native entities, we use that term for a very specific reason. Cloud Native is a major paradigm shift, not just the latest new tech to be bolted on top of whatever else a company has been doing for years.