As I am writing this blog (June/2021), Kubernetes is 7 years ago, and its adoption is undisputable.

Five years ago, I created an automation procedure to deploy a Kubernetes cluster into IBM Cloud (at that time, it was called Softlayer). Since then, a lot has happened:

  • Every cloud provider has…

(This article is written in collaboration with Ernese Norelus)

Recently, a co-worker asked me my point of view regarding OpenShift resilience.

There are undoubtedly many aspects and misconceptions related to resilience in OpenShift (or any Kubernetes environment), and here are some off the top of my head.

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1. Container resilience is not enough. You also need cluster resilience

Introduction

Now, let’s talk about multiple clusters. One great benefit of using MongoDB replication…

Eduardo Patrocinio

Distinguished Engineer at IBM

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