Docker versus Kubernetes
If you're interested in cloud-native technologies and containers, you've probably heard of Docker and Kubernetes and are wondering how they work together. Is it Kubernetes versus Docker, Kubernetes plus Docker, or both? What's the distinction between Kubernetes and Docker? Docker is a set of software development tools for creating, sharing, and running individual containers, whereas [...]
Securing Kubernetes Deployments on AWS
Kubernetes is open-source software that allows you to deploy and manage containerized applications at scale. Kubernetes can manage clusters on Amazon EC2 instances, run containers on those instances, and perform deployment, maintenance, and scaling tasks. Kubernetes enables using the same set of tools to run containerized applications on-premises and in the cloud. AWS provides Amazon [...]
Kubernetes vs. Docker Compose: What’s the difference?
Kubernetes and Docker Compose are container orchestration frameworks. Kubernetes runs containers across a network of physical or virtual computers. Docker Compose runs containers on a single host machine. In this blog post, we will compare Kubernetes and Docker-compose. What exactly is Docker-compose? Compose is a Docker application for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. Compose [...]