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by Dimko, on December 14, 2021

TicketOps, DevOps, GitOps, SecOps - what are they? Have we come to the point when these acronyms do not make any sense? At least, a few of them do make …

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Topics:kubernetesGitOpsThought Leadership

by Andrew Thomas, on November 23, 2021

We were lucky enough to get together with our advisor, Kelsey Hightower, in his home town to discuss Kubernetes, the role of Portainer and how the whole containerization landscape is …

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Topics:portainer communitykubernetesThought LeadershipInterview

by Neil Cresswell, on November 7, 2021

A vending machine is the ultimate self-service device for selling stuff. They have a self-explanatory user experience, which makes it easy for users to get exactly what they want, when …

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Topics:kubernetesContainer Service DeliveryThought Leadership

by Neil Cresswell, on October 28, 2021

Portainer CEO Neil Cresswell joined the Data for Kubernetes Livestream and Podcast last week to discuss working with persistent states inside of Kubernetes. Watch the full interview here or listen …

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Topics:kubernetesThought LeadershipHow To

by Andrew Thomas, on October 21, 2021

Last week Portainer team members from around the world gathered in Los Angeles for KubeCon North America. Co-founders Neil and Anthony flew in from New Zealand, Dev Evangelist Adolfo came …

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Topics:portainer communitykubernetesevents

by Neil Cresswell, on October 10, 2021

October 12, Los Angeles, CA — Portainer.io today announced the release of the latest version of its Portainer Community Edition (CE) open-source container management tool, making Kubernetes accessible to everyone …

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Topics:kubernetesNew Release

by Dimko, on October 7, 2021

A Kubernetes RBAC (Role-based access control) journey usually starts at small workloads, featuring a handful of Users and minimum viable clusters. At a small scale, everyone is granted admin rights …

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Topics:kubernetesSecurityHow To

by Andrew Thomas, on October 1, 2021

Calling all Portainer fans, we'll be at our first hybrid in-person and virtual convention at KubeCon / CloudNativeCon 2021 from October 11th-15th. We're thrilled to be able to see you …

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Topics:kubernetesevents

by Neil Cresswell, on September 26, 2021

Did you know, Docker and Kubernetes are, by default, insecure? It's a confrontational statement i know.. but let me explain what I mean by asking a few simple questions: How …

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Topics:dockerkubernetesSecurityHow To

by Neil Cresswell, on July 29, 2021

Do you have a favorite Helm chart or repository that you deploy from? With our new Helm support, you can now deploy Helm charts from Bitnami or other favorite Helm …

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Topics:kubernetesHow To