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Kubernetes is an open-source, extensibility platform. DivvyCloud, a multi-cloud security, compliance, and governance platform, can help companies understand and identify excessive cloud risk. Organizations need to take a holistic approach to Kubernetes security and consider both the infrastructure, container runtime, network, metrics, and observability environments for managing and scaling Kubernetes clusters, as both are fundamentally intertwined.

Are you attending KubeCon 2019 in San Diego?  If so, I invite you to add Platform9 to your MUST SEE list of vendors.

KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event!  And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size!  One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Platform9.  Platform9 delivers a SaaS-managed hybrid cloud solution that turns existing infrastructure into a cloud, instantly.  They help enterprises drive digital transformation by enabling them to manage VMs, Containers and Serverless Functions on ANY infrastructure -- on-premises, in public clouds, or at the edge -- with a self-service, simple and unified experience.

Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Platform9 to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.

Are you attending KubeCon 2019 in San Diego in November?  If so, I invite you to add Solo.io to your MUST SEE list of vendors.

KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event!  And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size!  One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Solo.io.  Solo.io is a software company that helps organizations adopt and operate innovative cloud native technologies like microservices, serverless and service mesh. They have open source and commercial technology like Gloo, a modern Envoy Proxy based API Gateway, Squash for debugging microservices, GlooShot for chaos engineering and Service Mesh Hub for installing, discovery and operation of any service mesh.

Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Betty Junod, VP Marketing of Solo.io, to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.

In this article you will learn what Kubernetes is and why it may be useful for reaching your company's objectives.

Helm, the package manager for Kubernetes, is one of the fast-growing projects under the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's (CNCF) umbrella. According to a Cloud Native Survey, conducted by CNCF in late 2018, Helm is the preferred method of packaging for Kubernetes (68%) followed by managed Kubernetes offerings (19%).

Selecting the right ingress controller is critical to the success of your Kubernetes deployment - but the choice can be challenging given that there are more than a dozen popular options listed in the Kubernetes documentation alone. Ingresses themselves provide the ability to define the way that external (as well as internal) traffic is routed to services in your cluster. For example, an ingress can be used to add externally-reachable URLs to services, load balance traffic, terminate SSL and TLS, and provide name-based virtual hosting.

Are you attending KubeCon 2019 in San Diego in November?  If so, I invite you to add Mirantis to your MUST SEE list of vendors.

KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event!  And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size!  One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Mirantis.  Mirantis helps enterprises and telcos address key challenges with running Kubernetes on-premises with pure open source software. The company employs a unique build-operate-transfer delivery model to bring its flagship product, Mirantis Cloud Platform (MCP), to customers. MCP features full-stack enterprise support for Kubernetes and OpenStack and helps companies run optimized hybrid environments supporting traditional and distributed microservices-based applications in production at scale.

Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Dave Van Everen, SVP of Marketing at Mirantis to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.

Are you attending KubeCon 2019 in San Diego in November?  If so, I invite you to add Weaveworks to your MUST SEE list of vendors.

KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event!  And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size!  One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Weaveworks.  Weaveworks helps teams operate Cloud Native infrastructure and applications – quickly, reliably and at scale.  And they help infrastructure and platform teams build and operate their own Kubernetes application platform whether in the cloud or on-premise. And Development and DevOps teams use their deployment and monitoring tools to build and operate powerful containerized applications.

Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Weaveworks to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.

Are you attending KubeCon 2019 in San Diego in November?  If so, I invite you to add Wallarm to your MUST SEE list of vendors.

KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event!  And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size!  One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Wallarm.  Wallarm is an AI startup focused on security of websites, microservices, and APIs running on public and private clouds. Wallarm platform aligns security and development into a unified pipeline. And their AI engine, together with Wallarm Advanced WAF, detects application context, generates application-specific security rules and vulnerability security tests.

Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Wallarm to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.

Are you attending KubeCon 2019 in San Diego in November?  If so, I invite you to add Blameless to your MUST SEE list of vendors.

KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event!  And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size!  One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Blameless.  Blameless offers an industry leading go-to platform for SRE professionals.  Blameless’s complete SRE platform enables enterprise customers to automatically analyze and optimize business risks and outcomes, resulting in the right balance between reliability and innovation.

Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Blameless to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.

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