Brand Claim Brand Claim
by Robert Neumann

How to use Knative to deploy a Serverless Application on CCE and Kubernetes

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels

Container or Serverless? A question that will soon be superfluous with Knative. The open source project Knative was developed by Google together with Pivotal, IBM, Red Hat and SAP and offers middleware components for serverless container applications based on Ku...

by Robert Neumann

Deploy a Kubernetes Cluster on OpenStack using Kubespray

Photo by Albin Berlin from Pexels

Kubernetes has quickly become the open-source standard solution for deployment, scaling and management of container applications. It offers a high degree of flexibility and versatility. But what leads to a large and powerful documentation, this can be overwhelm...

by Tino Schreiber

[CCE] Kubernetes vulnerability: CVE-2018-1002105

kubernetes.io https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:Achtung.png

The vulnerability under the tag: CVE-2018-1002105 causes a critical security gap within the following Kubernetes versions

  • Kubernetes v1.0.x-1.9.x
  • Kubernetes v1.10.0-1.10.10 (fixed in v1.10.11)
  • Kubernetes v1.11.0-1.11.4 (fixed in v1.11.5)
  • Kubernetes v1.12.0-1.12.2

Our PaaS service Cloud Container Engine (CCE) was also affected. The platform has been patched on last Saturday (15.12.2018). Details can be found below and how clusters can be checked by yourself.

by Kristian Kucerak

Deploy Kubernetes Cluster via Kubespray with Kata Container support on OTC

Kata Containers clearlinux.org

The following guide will help you to install a 2-node Kubernetes cluster with Kubespray and providing Kata Container support. The cluster will consist of one master server which will be built on ECS (Elastic Cloud Server) and one node which will be built on BMS (Bare Metal Server). BMS is being used due to a current limitation of ECS on OTC, the ECS does not support nested virtualization which would be required for Kata runtime.

by Andreas Bussjaeger

ELBv2 DR-Mode GUIDE

Overview

Open Telekom Cloud (OTC) Release 3.1 provides a completely new "Elastic LoadBalancer Version 2" (ELBv2) which includes a lot of new features (see comparison table) and provides better performance. It was activated for the public OTC production environment (eu-de) in early September 2018.