Kubernetes Archives - Root Level Technology

Archive: Kubernetes Archives - Root Level Technology

Join Root Level Technology, Rancher Rodeo in Milwaukee, WI

Root Level Technology, a Rancher Premier Partner,  is excited to be attending and presenting at this year’s Rancher Rodeo in Milwaukee, WI!  The Rodeo will be taking place at the Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Downtown, September 18, 2019 from 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM CT.  Our very own Sales Development Representative, Derek Rocio, will be in attendance and our VP of App Dev, Robert Bailey, will be presenting. His presentation will be an introduction to Root Level Technology, and how we can help with your Rancher initiatives.  This is a free event, open to anyone who wants to learn about Rancher and is interested in finding out how to deploy and manage Kubernetes in production. The Rancher Rodeo is a […]

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Why Root Level Technology is Hosting a Kubernetes Master Class with Rancher

Istio can be a powerful tool in the right hands, provided you understand how to bring it into a full production environment. In a webinar co-hosted with Rancher, we explain how you can do exactly that – the journey, from start to finish, along with how Istio differs from your testing environments. At Root Level Technology, we consider ourselves more than simply a web host. We’re a partner to our clients, committed to helping them reach their full potential through our hosting services. But more than that, we’re a teacher and educator – both for our customer base and for the industry beyond. It’s why we so regularly host events like the Houson Cloud 2.0 Meetup and attend conferences such […]

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Root Level Technology’s Eric Fouarge Talks About The Transition To The Public Cloud

The cloud is a powerful tool in the hands of any business, but it’s not without its growing pains. Despite that narrative, a business’s cloud transition need not be painful, nor difficult. That’s precisely what our CTO, Eric Fouarge, recently discussed on a podcast session hosted by ActualTech Media. The power of the public cloud to revolutionize a business’s IT operations has been well-documented. It’s an incredible innovation platform for the development of new tools and initiatives. It provides unmatched agility and flexibility, putting small businesses and startups on even footing with large enterprises, where infrastructure is concerned, and it is at the core of exciting advancements such as machine learning, big data, and the Internet of Things. Yet cloud […]

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Talking Cloud Native on the L8ist Sh9y podcast.

Expanding on our continued drive to push forward on evangelizing the adoption of cloud native approaches to working within the public cloud space. Talking with the hosts of the L8ist Sh9ny podcast about what our professional services teams have been experiencing day over day for the past 12ish months. Read the transcript here. Make sure you subscribe to their podcast, they get some great speakers and talk on some great topics. Topics that are discussed Cloud Native (https://cncf.io) Istio (https://istio.io/) Kubernetes (https://kubernetes.io/) Google Cloud (https://cloud.google.com)

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Getting to know Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)

This January, Root Level Technology CTO Eric Fourage presented a deep-dive webinar that introduces Google Kubernetes Engine. Getting To Know GKE starts with an overview of containers and their benefits, before exploring application infrastructure orchestration with Kubernetes and GKE, Google’s powerful Kubernetes-based cloud container platform. This post is a brief overview of the webinar. Be sure to take a look at the presentation for a fuller explanation of containers, Kubernetes, and the Google Kubernetes Engine. Containers Containers are packages of software that bundle code and its dependencies, including system tools, libraries, and configurations. One way to think about containers is as a lightweight alternative to virtual machines. Like virtual machines, containers are self-contained environments that run code. Unlike virtual machines, […]

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