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January 2023

The Business Case for CAPI: Enhanced Kubernetes Management and More

There are instances in which organizations miss the opportunity to improve their infrastructure and gain competitive advantages by clinging to entrenched, well-worn technologies with which they are comfortable. This is the case with Terraform and Cluster API (CAPI). When explaining to various organizations the benefits they could gain through CAPI, I have heard hesitant responses such as.

Kubernetes in the Enterprise Virtual Roundtable

Following the release of DZone’s Kubernetes in the Enterprise Trend Report, this Virtual Roundtable brings together subject matter experts, community contributors, and partners to discuss the research findings and the future growth of Kubernetes. With the expectations of Kubernetes becoming more entrenched into systems, what do the adoption and deployment methods look like compared to previous years?

DKP 2.4 Takes Multi-Cloud Kubernetes Management to New Heights

With the release of the D2iQ Kubernetes Platform version 2.4 (DKP 2.4), the best Kubernetes platform just got better, particularly the ability to manage Kubernetes clusters across multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments. What makes DKP so special? D2iQ’s business is focused solely on creating a container management platform that is as complete and reliable as possible.

Simplifying Kubernetes DevSecOps Through Platform Engineering

DevSecOps–short for development, security, and operations–is a trending practice that introduces security testing, triage, and risk mitigation as early as possible in the software development lifecycle, rather than bolting on security in the final stages. DevSecOps requires a shift (also known as “shift-left”) in culture, process, and tools across development, security, and operations teams to make security a shared responsibility.