Announcing Harvester Beta Availability

Sheng Yang
Sheng Yang
Gray Calendar Icon May 28, 2021
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Project Harvester, open source hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) software built using Kubernetes, is now available in Beta. Find out what's new in Harvester v0.2.0!

Introducing Kubewarden, an Open Source Policy Engine

Kubewarden is an open-source policy engine that integrates with Kubernetes using the widely adopted Webhook Admission Control mechanism. The project provides a set of Kubernetes Custom Resources that simplify the process of enforcing policies on a cluster. Kubewarden differentiates itself in the way it creates, distributes and executes policies.

May 16, 2021
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Introduction to K3s

Meet K3s, a lightweight CNCF-certified Kubernetes distribution. We'll look at what makes K3s different from other Kubernetes distributions. Built for resource-constrained environments like network edge devices, K3s is lightweight and simple yet ready for production from day one.

May 16, 2021
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Tools To Develop Apps On Kubernetes

Containers and Kubernetes have changed the way we operate applications. This has been a boon for Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) and DevOps professionals who handle infrastructure management. Yet, it has come at a cost to many who develop and operate applications. Their experience has become more complicated and cumbersome. New open source projects are being developed that build on the lower-level cloud native projects to simplify the process. In this post, you'll learn about three such projects: Rancher Desktop, Epinio and Kubewarden.

May 16, 2021
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