The official name is actually Argoproj; however, most people just say Argo. It’s a collection of open source tool that has been branded as something to help you “get stuff done” when using Kubernetes.
It includes Argo Rollouts, Argo Events, Argo CD, and Argo Workflows. Each of these offers unique services and features that make it an invaluable part of the Argo and Kubernetes package and that lends to improved efficiency for your processes.
As second follow up to our post “CNCF Spotlight: The Top 5 Cloud-Native ProjectsThat We Love”, we take a deeper dive into Helm, The package manager for Kubernetes. So what is Helm? Helm helps you manage Kubernetes applications — Helm Charts help you define, install, and upgrade even the most complex Kubernetes application. Charts are easy […]
Kubernetes Security Controls and Enforcement: Applying Lessons from the CNCF K8s Security Audit The recent Kubernetes security audit and the issues it identified got lots of publicity. But did you know that the audit reports also include many recommendations you can apply today to improve your security posture? In this webinar the CNCF discusses: Key […]
This post “What Is Kubernetes?” will be a primer to Kubernetes, and why it is an important technology for your organization to evaluate. We recently announced that AlphaBravo is now a Linux Foundation and CNCF member and posted a blog about our top 5 CNCF programs that we love. At the top of that list […]
Kubernetes has become the gold standard for container orchestration. However, when it comes to running stateful applications, it needs to access a number of dependencies and operative tasks in order for it to function properly. As you can imagine, when doing this with thousands of containers, this is time-consuming and takes up a lot of […]
Last year, John Osborne from (AlphaBravo partner) Red Hat presented a lightning talk at KubeCon 2018 on the hurdles created by the 2002 FISMA laws to getting an ATO (Authority To Operate) any code structure within the Federal Government. The talk is included at the end of this post. Fast forward to today, when the Department […]