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How to go from Docker to Kubernetes the right way

Docker came a long way. It established itself very fast as the de-facto standard to get going with your container journey. It did not matter if you wanted to just play around with containers or if you wanted to build up new microservices, Docker was and still is a great choice to get yourself started. […]

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The Open Sourcerers say Thank You for 2020

This year has been a quite difficult one for all of us. We had to cope with many challenges in our personal lives and of course in business as well. Despite all the sad news and uncertainty around us, we always strived for staying positive and to make the best out of the situation. And […]

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Machine Learning Model Monitoring on OpenShift Kubernetes

Machine Learning models are developed, trained and deployed within more and more intelligent applications. Most of the modern applications are developed as cloud-native applications and deployed on Kubernetes. There are several ways to serve your ML model so that application components can call a prediction REST web service. Seldon Core is a framework that makes […]

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How to pimp your Quarkus application to benefit from Kubernetes

In my last post I promised to introduce you to a selected set of Quarkus extensions. Today I will cover three of those. In my opinion they make total sense in the context of a container development or just container runtime platform (such as Red Hat OpenShift or any other Kubernetes distribution). The effort : […]

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How to accelerate your cloud-native AppDev with knative Java and OpenShift

Quarkus is the bright new star in the cloud-native App Dev universe! Quarkus is Red Hat’s upstream stack for Kubernetes native Java. Its characteristics are simple: Quarkus is small! Quarkus is fast! Quarkus is familiar! … and Quarkus makes Java relevant again in the cloud-native world where everyone talks about lightweight architectures, event-driven paradigms, container […]