At Red Hat Summit last week, Robin.io announced that Robin Storage platform is available as an operator at Operator Hub. OpenShift customers can deploy Robin Storage with a single command and use it to deploy Stateful applications. Robin storage provides enterprise grade storage for OpenShift customers helping them with various use cases including: Big Data: […]
At GoogleNext 2019, Robin.io announced that they have partnered with Google Cloud as a storage platform for Google Anthos. Google announced Google Cloud Anthos, a Kubernetes based solution to modernize applications across hybrid and multi cloud scenarios. With Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), GKE On-Prem, Istio and other management tools, Google Anthos helps enterprises modernize their […]
In this episode of #TalkKubernetes, we talk to Brad Rydzewski of Drone.io about DevOps in Kubernetes world and how Drone.io platform helps make CI/CD for Cloud Native seamless.
In this video, Rishidot Research talks with Premal Buch, CEO of Robin Systems and Radhesh Menon, CMO of Robin Systems on their foray into Kubernetes community and how Robin platform helps run stateful and data intensive workloads. Disclosure: Robin Systems is a Rishidot Research client
In this video, we talk with Armon Dadgar of Hashicorp about their products and how they work with Kubernetes ecosystem. We also discussed whether Nomad competes with Kubernetes
In this episode of #TaslkKubernetes, along the sidelines of Kubecon NA 2018 at Seattle, we talk with Idit Levine on the proliferation of service meshes and how their SuperGloo service mesh orchestration can abstract away the complexities of managing many service mesh offerings such as Istio, Consul, Linkerd2, AWS AppMesh, etc.
Pulumi, a Seattle based startup, announced Series A funding and the release of Team Edition of their Multi Cloud App Deployment tool (see Techmeme discussion). Rishidot Research has already identified Pulumi’s approach as one of the three different approaches to cloud native platforms with Pulumi falling into Infrastructure as developer friendly code category. This funding […]
Enterprise IT market is tough for startups. We recently saw Redis Labs moving to a more restrictive license to fend off competition from the cloud providers. This difficulty results from both open source and public cloud services. Look at Docker and its troubles monetizing their platform, despite their huge success with developers. Just a few […]
VMware’s announcements in the recently concluded VMworld 2018 clearly highlights their transformation to focus on the multi-cloud enterprise market. At StackSense, we focus on multi-cloud as the underlying fabric for continuous innovation in the modern enterprise. We have been closely following VMware’s journey ever since AWS ushered in cloud computing and their rapid rise over […]
Serverless is driving passionate debate in social media just like how public cloud ramped up the discussions circa 2008. We are once again seeing patterns in discussions that mirror what we saw in the early days of cloud. The increasing pitch of some of these messages (by the respective advocates or critics) are not helping […]
This week at GoogleNext 2018, Google and some other partners announced the launch of a new open source project called Knative. Knative is a higher level abstraction that offers some of the primitives needed to build and deploy the code on top of Kubernetes. Google along with Pivotal, SAP, IBM, Red Hat and others have […]