Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS): What you need to know

In late 2020, The Linux Foundation released a new security-focused Kubernetes certification, the Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS). In this post, we’ll talk about this new certification and provide you with some information that could help you decide whether this certification is for you. How do I prepare for the Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS)? […] The post Certified Kubernetes …

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Automating rolling server updates with Ansible Tower

Ansible Tower is a useful tool that can significantly improve your workflow, and it’s customizable specifically to your company’s procedures. One thing that’s common to quite a few different environments is the requirement to remove a web server from a load balancer, update its software, and then add it back into the load balancing pool. […] The post Automating rolling …

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Which Kubernetes distribution is right for you?

So your organization’s decided to adopt Kubernetes? Congratulations! You’ll be able to leverage all sorts of features to add value in development, deployment, testing, resilience, and observability of your systems. All you need to do is get your Kubernetes cluster up and running, right? Oh. You haven’t decided where to set up Kubernetes yet? Maybe […] The post Which Kubernetes …

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A visual guide to Computer Vision in Azure

What is computer vision? How can you integrate computer vision capabilities into your applications and workflows using Microsoft Azure? In this post, we’ll explain that and more with an approach designed for visual learners. Previously, I’ve shared a visual introduction to Azure Fundamentals and a visual guide to Azure Data Factory on the ACG blog. […] The post A visual …

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