Replicated Recent Release Highlights: July 2021

Time for another fresh batch of exciting capabilities newly available in KOTS (Kubernetes Off-The-Shelf), and kURL! Check out the recently shipped features and release highlights for July 2021 below. New Release Highlights: Existing K8s Installer (KOTS): Expanded Capabilities for Vendor Application Configuration  Helm Hooks & Hook Weight Support for v3 Helm Charts First Step in

Replicated Recent Release Highlights: June 2021

This month, we share with you a fresh batch of exciting capabilities newly available in KOTS (Kubernetes Off-The-Shelf), kURL, and Vendor Web. Let’s take a look at some of the recently shipped features and release highlights for June 2021 below. New Release Highlights:  kURL: New CSI Option Available kURL: Pin the Kubernetes installer to a

Replicated Runthrough: Schemahero 101

Greetings and welcome to our final issue of Replicated Runthrough, starring the coolest project you’ve probably already seen a few things about – Schemahero. Like almost everything else in the Replicated catalog, Schemahero is an open source tool created to simplify a task that at its mere mention strikes trembling fear in the hearts of

Performing an Airgap Install on an Existing Kubernetes Cluster

Depending on your background, how word association works in your mind, or your search engine technique, hearing the phrase “airgap environment” might trigger thoughts of anything ranging from spaceships to dishwashers. Despite the interesting and seemingly unrelated word choice, Replicated has not decided to move into the home improvement space – though there may be

Replicated Recent Release Highlights: May 2021

This month, we bring you another post in our ongoing blog series highlighting some of the exciting capabilities newly available in KOTS (Kubernetes Off-The-Shelf), kURL, and Vendor Web. Let’s take a look at some of the recently shipped features and release highlights for May 2021 below. New Release Highlights KOTS: Now able to configure the

Replicated Runthrough: KOTS 101

Greetings and welcome back to the Replicated Runthrough series, where we teach you about each project in the Replicated catalog in simple terms. This week’s episode will be on KOTS – a.k.a. Kubernetes Off The Shelf software. Now judging by the name you’re probably assuming that KOTS is another Kubernetes wrapper, similar to Red Hat

Build vs Buy: Decision Time

In our previous posts, we’ve gone through all of the considerations you should explore when it comes to on-prem software delivery and management––from planning to maintenance––and now it’s time for the big decision. Who will get the rose: an outside vendor, or your internal team (and do they even want it?) Read on for the

The State of On-Prem: Modern Solutions for a Traditional Problem

Dimensional Research has just released a new report, The State of On-Prem: Modern Solutions for a Traditional Problem, based on a survey sponsored by Replicated. This report surveyed a total of 405 qualified participants from commercial software companies across 5 continents. The primary research goal was to understand and quantify the current use, need, and

Build vs Buy: Execution

So far, we’ve explored cost, time to market, internal resources, and business continuity. Do you have a clear favorite at this point? Have you crossed all of your t’s and color-coded all of your Gantt charts? Keep an open mind as we move forward because we’re about to get into execution. And this is where

Replicated Runthrough: Outdated 101

Greetings and welcome back for the next episode of the Replicated Runthrough series. This time we’re going to discuss Outdated.sh, an open source kubectl plugin that finds and reports outdated cluster images. The Technical Explanation Outdated repeatedly queries readable pods in all readable namespaces, looking for the podspec of container images and any init container