VSHN Company Update 2022

It’s about time to give all of you a short update on what we at VSHN are working on and where we want to lay our focus in the coming months.
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About Our ISO 27001 Certification And ISAE 3402 Type 1 Report

One of our core value propositions consists in making sure that our infrastructure responds to the highest levels of security, confidentiality, and availability. It is with this goal in mind that we passed our first ISO 27001 certification in 2017, and this year we added an ISAE 3402 audit, initially requested by one of our customers in the financial sector.
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Assessing the Impact of New Docker Pull Rate Limits in APPUiO

Docker Inc., the company behind Docker Hub, has recently announced an enforcement of image pull rate limits for Docker Hub users. This change affects all cloud native installations currently configured to consume container images stored in Docker Hub, one of the most popular image repositories available today. This measure has a direct impact in the deployment of many customer applications currently running on APPUiO Public and Private Clusters.
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How to migrate OpenShift 3 to OpenShift 4

Migrating OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 3 to 4: learn about possible migration paths and why you should make the move to the new version of OpenShift. Recap: what is OpenShift? Red Hat OpenShift is a hybrid cloud, enterprise Kubernetes application platform for developers and business applications.
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Second Beta Release of Project Syn Tools

Without further ado, we’re announcing the release 0.2 of the Project Syn tools. Since the first public release mid-March this year (read more about it in First Pre-Release of Project Syn Tools) we used the tools on a daily basis, in particular for the development of our new product “VSHN Syn Support”. And of course we have incorporated all of that experience in the source code. The main features are now in place, and are getting better and better on a daily basis.
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Tutorial: Backing up Kubernetes Clusters with K8up

One of the most common questions we got from companies moving to Kubernetes has always had to do with backups: how can we ensure that the information in our pods and services can be quickly and safely restored in case of problems? This situation is so common that we VSHN decided to tackle it with our own Kubernetes operator for backups, which we called K8up.
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First Pre-Release of Project Syn Tools

We have been working hard since the initial announcement of Project Syn back in November 2019, and are proud to announce version 0.1.0, the first pre-release of a set of Project Syn tools.
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Our way to Managed OpenShift 4

Red Hat OpenShift 4: This summer Red Hat released OpenShift 4. At first glance, the new major version is a continuous development of OpenShift 3 with relatively manageable changes for the user. But if you look under the hood, you will quickly see a completely revised OpenShift. The blogpost of Benjamin Affolter on the APPUiO blog examines the changes of OpenShift 4 and describes them in detail.
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The Art of Writing Deployment Pipelines

What a great time! Deployment automation, cloud platforms, containerization, short iterations to develop and release software—we’ve progressed a lot. And finally it’s official: Kubernetes and OpenShift are the established platforms to help us do scaling and zero downtime deployments with just a few hundred lines of YAML. It’s a great time.
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Go operator

For this SDK supported workflow, we provide:a) a description of the generated Operator structure (there is one for each specific workflow);b) a link to our example(s) of operator(s) based on such Operator structure (there is one for each specific workflow) and logic.c) descriptions on how to add (e.g., 3rd party) resources, different from the Core Kubernetes resource types, to your Operator d) a description of the main pros and cons of using such Operator structure (there is one for each specific workflow) and logic.
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A (Very!) Quick Comparison of Kubernetes Serverless Frameworks

Serverless is one of those hot topics that, as many others in our industry, looks a bit like a good old idea recycled and brought back to fashion. Yet Serverless (or “Function as a Service”) looks like a natural evolution to a movement that started more than a decade ago, when Heroku and Google App Engine came under the spotlight. (This blog post is the transcription of the presentation given at the CNC Switzerland meetup, May 9th 2019. Slides are available at the end of this page.)
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Examples of Supported Kubernetes Operator SDK workflows

Section 2 – Examples of Supported Kubernetes Operator SDK workflows: Here we discuss about the three available alternative workflows to generate Operators provided by the last versions of Operator SDK APIs. We also discuss pros and cons of using the various operators workflows.
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