The Business Case for Kubernetes

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How Kubernetes can help your company make money and save money When I started learning about Kubernetes, I kept asking anyone that would listen, What problems does Kubernetes solve for a business and how does it help make them money or save them money? To my surprise I kept getting responses about all of the […]

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To self hosted and back again

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One of the goals of Talos, as a company, is to help make secure installation and operation of Kubernetes easy (or at least simpler). When we first started Talos, we were good citizens of the Kubernetes world: we used kubeadm for cluster installation. The idea of a common tool for all Kubernetes installations sounds good, […]

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A guide to operating systems for Kubernetes

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Originally published at The New Stack. So you are on board with Kubernetes (or thinking about exploring some Kubernetes deployments.) There are lots of good reasons for this, which you are probably well aware of  – Kubernetes takes care of the container management, scheduling workloads onto a cluster, dealing with scaling and redundancy, automating rollouts […]

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Announcing Talos OS v0.7!

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The new release of Talos OS, our modern operating system for secure Kubernetes hosts, is out! Version 0.7 includes updated releases of Kubernetes (version 1.19.3) and Linux (5.9.3). Major new features include: ARM support: ARM-based images are now built for all cloud platforms. Want to run a secure Kubernetes cluster using Talos OS on AWS […]

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