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Kubernetes is gaining popularity in enterprise IT because it provides portability, time savings, and security and stability when scaling containers and moving them among cloud services.

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Kubernetes is gaining traction

According to the 2021 Kubernetes Adoption Survey by Portworx (PDF), 68% of IT professionals increased their Kubernetes use due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Further, the third-annual Red Hat State of Enterprise Open Source report found that the use of containers and Kubernetes is likely to continue growing throughout this year.

Kubernetes is keeping us busy, too.

Earlier this year, we announced our plans to acquire StackRox, a leader in container and Kubernetes-native security. Then we introduced 2 new Kubernetes-related open source projects: the StackRox project and, in partnership with IBM, Konveyor. We had a big presence at KubeCon Europe in May (watch the recording on demand). And if you want an easier way to start developing applications for Kubernetes, we’ve got you covered with our new developer sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift®.

With all the buzz around Kubernetes―and after covering the basics and learning Kubernetes in previous issues of Red Hat Shares―we decided to dig a little deeper into this emerging technology.

In this issue of the newsletter, find out how to automate security with Kubernetes, how to run a Kubernetes cluster on your laptop, how Kubernetes helped a health insurance provider cut healthcare delivery time by a whopping 92%, and more.


How to automate compliance and security with Kubernetes: 3 ways

See how containerization and orchestration can help with security and compliance as you "shift left," or move security as close to the start of the software development life cycle or CI/CD pipeline as possible.


Technically speaking

Technically Speaking with Chris Wright

This video series features captivating conversations between Red Hat CTO Chris Wright and a rotating cast of experts and industry leaders around what's on the technology horizon.

 

Kubernetes and the quest for a control plane
Since the early days at Google, how has Kubernetes grown into a truly extensible control plane and what does that mean for developers?


3 reasons to use an enterprise Kubernetes platform

Think portability, time savings, and security and stability as you scale containers and move them among cloud services.


How to run a Kubernetes cluster on your laptop

Want containers? Learn how to set up and run a Kubernetes container cluster on your laptop with OKD.


Introducing Red Hat livestreaming

Check out new episodes of our livestreaming tech shows, coming at you weekly, biweekly, and monthly.


5 open source projects that make Kubernetes even better

These widely used open source projects bring many additional capabilities to Kubernetes, like performance monitoring, developer tools, serverless capabilities, and CI/CD workflows.


Hybrid cloud and Kubernetes: A guide to successful architecture

Get a better understanding of the current state of hybrid cloud—and how to gain the most value for your business.


CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT

Medifé cuts delivery time for healthcare by 92%

To transform from manual processes to responsive, digital experiences, the Argentine health insurance provider (and 2021 Red Hat Innovator of the Year) replaced its legacy environment with a container- and microservices-based infrastructure.


2 podcasts from Red Hat

Compiler―our new, original podcast premiering August 2021―breaks down the big questions about tech and the tech industry.

Command Line Heroes tells the epic, true tales of how developers, programmers, hackers, geeks, and open source rebels are revolutionizing the tech landscape.


 

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