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What is Kubernetes

This post will cover the details highlighted in our Kubernetes 101 webinar. Its main focus was on the key components of modern cloud infrastructure and technologies. It will cover containers, Docker and Kubernetes. With the incredible impact that these have had and will continue to

Cloud Security 2019: The review and 2020 trends

Last year I wrote a blog on what security measures you should take for the cloud in 2019. Now I’m here to review if I am a CloudSec soothsayer, or if I was wide of the mark. Let’s see how I did! The Security Measures

DVLA Code Challenge

DLVA Code Challenge Sponsored by Mobilise Cloud

The DVLA teamed up with Mobilise Cloud to put on The Third DVLA Code Challenge in Swansea.  The Third DVLA Code Challenge took place on the 3rd December 2019, at the Richard Ley Development Centre in Swansea. It is an event that brought together pupils

AWS re:Invent 2019

Well, it’s Friday, December 6th 2019 and we’ve just seen the end of the latest re:Invent 2019 conference – an event put on by Amazon to showcase all of their latest products.  As per usual, the event has seen record-breaking attendance with this years estimate

15 Kubernetes security best practice to secure your cluster

Introduction to Kubernetes Kubernetes is now the de facto container orchestration platform deployed by businesses across the globe. In its short existence it has had incredible growth, being released in 2015 it is now the second-highest project on GitHub – second only to Linux. The

AWS Transit Gateways

Amazon Web Services continually improve and provide new services, with the AWS Transit Gateway service being introduced in November 2018 to allow customers to have a single gateway to connect multiple VPCs together. The benefits of using Transit Gateways are reduced administrative overhead and ease

Kubernetes 1.16 – Unlimited Breadsticks for all!

Kubernetes 1.16 was released on 19th September and includes a raft of new features as well as some very important deprecation changes. Off the back of the CNCFs Security Audit there is a raft of security improvements closing 4 CVE’s and improving items like TLS

Running Kubernetes on AWS T2 Instances

Amazon’s T2 family of instances are a general type of instance that are widely used throughout the industry providing a cheap baseline level of CPU performance with the ability to burst when needed, these bursts however don’t last forever… So, is it a good idea

Easily Save 80% On your AWS bill – wait, what!?

At Mobilise we’re always looking at ways to innovate and pass on savings to our customers, our most recent foray into spot instances aims to do just that. This blog will describe how, through the use of AWS Spot Instances and a piece of software