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Podman: all you need to know about Dockerless Docker

In the ever-fast-moving container world there is a silent revolution going on that goes by the name of Dockerless Docker. Docker brought containers into mainstream, however what is the difference between a Docker and a container?...

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Fedora CoreOS graduates to public use

Fedora CoreOS is the successor to Atomic Host and CoreOS Container Linux. Following the acquisition of CoreOS in 2018, Red Hat announced it would integrate CoreOS into its ecosystem. This was the birth of Fedora CoreOS....

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2020: Trends and predictions for technology and IT

Predictions are always hard to make especially in technology, or are they? Machine Learning is getting better and better at making predictions, while IoT is reversing the common approaches in Cloud Computing while using Cloud Computing....

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Helm: the package manager for Kubernetes

Containers have revolutionized the way we create, develop and deploy applications. While managing large fleets of containers is difficult, Kubernetes handles it very well… but managing Kubernetes is hard. On top of that, composing multi-container applications...

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Traefik: the Cloud Native Edge Router

In the age of containers, fast-paced and miniaturized, old software needed to adapt fast. When that was not possible, or slow, a slew of new software was born. Among this was Traefik, the self-proclaimed Cloud Native...

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Developing with Kubernetes: a list of tools

Kubernetes is the container orchestration king, usually accompanied by Docker, it dominates the container scene. The “containerization race” has begun with one fundamental actor stopped at the starting point: developers. While Kubernetes is hard, developing with...

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