Announcement | Computer Architecture & HyperConverged Training

Sekom A.S. & Teknolojide Kadın Derneği ve Red Hat işbirliği ile düzenlediğimiz, Türkiye Bilişim Sektörüne “Nitelikli Teknik Mühendis” kazandırmak adına başlattığımız ve devam eden eğitimlerimizin önemli bir konusunu oluşturan “Computer #Architecture ve #HyperConverged (#HCI)” hakkında “Sınav ve Ön eleme” ile oluşturulan özel ve nitelikli iş gücünü karşılaması hedeflenen bir Öğrenci grubuna “01.09.2021 / Çarşamba (Yarın)”Tam Gün bir Eğitim veriyor olacağım.

Önümüzdeki Aylar için olası Teknolojide Kadın Derneği ve Red Hat işbirliği ile düzenleyeceğimiz yeni eğitimler ve katılım talepleriniz için Sekom A.S. adresi ve Blog’unu takip edebilir, iletişim kurabilirsiniz !

Bu eğitimler sonunda seçilecek katılımcılar Sekom A.S. HR bünyesi tarafından değerlendirilecek ve Kurum İş Birimlerine yerleştiriliyor olacaktır.

English:

“01.09.2021 / Wednesday (Tomorrow)” – I will be giving a full day training to a group of students who are targeted to meet the special and qualified workforce created by “Exam and HR Pre-screening” about “Computer #Architecture and #HyperConverged (#HCI )” – We organized in cooperation with Sekom A.S. & Teknolojide Kadın Derneği (Women Tech Community) and Red Hat, which we started to bring “Qualified Technical Engineers” to the Turkish / Global IT Sector and which constitutes an important topic of our ongoing trainings.

You can follow Sekom A.S. address and blog for new trainings and participation requests that we will organize in cooperation with Teknolojide Kadın Derneği and Red Hat for the coming months!

At the end of these trainings, the participants to be selected will be evaluated by Sekom A.S. HR and placed in the Corporate Business Units.

Red Hat Openshift VS. Kubernetes (Traditional)

Geleneksel bir Kubernetes Sistemi mi? **Yoksa Açık Kaynak tabanlı RedHat Openshift Container Platform mu ? **Güvenlik konusunda hangisi daha korunaklı ? **İstediğiniz Kurumsal sonucu almak için hangisi daha esnek çözümler sunuyor ?

Red Hat Openshift Container Platform Plus

Detayları öğrenmek adına Kubernetes ve Red Hat Openshift’i bağımsız olarak Karşılaştırdığım ve Kaleme aldığım Blog yazıma aşağıdaki link’den ulaşabilirsiniz.

EN: You can find out the details of my another Blog post which I independently perspective compare Kubernetes and Red Hat Openshift Container Platform from the link below.

Link 1: https://lnkd.in/dxMstWi

Link 2: https://bit.ly/3haSAsM

How to Reset Forgotten User/Root Password on Ubuntu Linux 20.04 (LTS)

I’ve been seeing this problem for a while that everybody has experienced same problem. Yes, there are many solutions were obtained on it but it was not very clear for sure..

After that I said to myself ?? how can you do this in the Fastest and Easiest way ?

Link 1 : https://bit.ly/2RHwwM9

Link 2 : https://link.medium.com/HRw0BuLctgb

Another Achievement making me proud again this year..

I honored to be part of the vExpertPRO Award 2021 Achievement and that means 2nd year in a row as a vExpertPRO. It’s great news to start this week on a happy note for sure..

🔖Also I was awarded sub-specialties in the following 4 categories by VMware Global BU.

vExpert Application Modernization (Kubernetes/Tanzu/Cloud-Native)
vExpert Cloud Provider (Automation / vCloud for AWS)
vExpert NSX
vExpert Security

Thank you for choosing me and making me proud this year.

Link: https://lnkd.in/dv3fF6Z

📚 Deploy & Configure Kasten K10 by Veeam and a Quick Backup & Restore Demo on ⎈ Kubernetes / ⎈ Tanzu or ⎈ Openshift on vSphere CNI !

🙂 I would like to show you Kasten K10 Deploying & Backup Processing on Kubernetes Stack in detailed explanations on it. If you’re wondering about Container Native Backup Toys, let’s get you here !

🔘 Kasten K10 Software designed to run and get backup natively on Kubernetes, Openshift / OpenStack and Tanzu to protect applications and namespaces. K10 integrates with Any Vendor CSI Driver for Kubernetes for native-support.

⚠️ Next Up : Advanced Installation & Configuration Openshift 4.7 UPI on vSphere Cloud Native Interfaces (CNI/CNS)

Link 1 : https://bit.ly/3pZ1cUO

Link 2 : https://bit.ly/35tfULP

Integration RedHat Single Sign-On (SSO) with OpenShift v4.x Container Platform on VMware vSphere

Many Organizations and Customers often have existing user stores that holds the information about the users and their credentials.

In this article you will learn how Red Hat Sign-On Provides the ability to federate user accounts from multiple different user stores specifically from External MySql user database.

Link: https://bit.ly/3nDkC0D

***You will be able to find the Turkish version of the same Series under Github Repo below in a few days***

OpenShift Series by Kubernetes | Part1 Integration RedHat Single Sign-On (SSO) with OpenShift v4.x Container Platform on VMware vSphere

Many Organizations and Customers often have existing user stores that holds the information about the users and their credentials.

In this article you will learn how Red Hat Sign-On Provides the ability to federate user accounts from multiple different user stores specifically from External MySql user database.

Link: https://bit.ly/3nDkC0D

***You will be able to find the Turkish version of the same Series under Github Repo below in a few days***

Kubernetes Series| Part 1 – How Kubernetes Master and Worker Nodes works in Deployment Processes

Kube-ApiServer component’ini seçerek, hem Kubernetes içerisindeki İletişim Konsept’i Mekanizması mantığının hemde Application Deployment Süreç’lerinin nasıl yapıldığı ile bu component’lerin süreci nasıl işlettirdiğini biraz daha Farklı fakat anlaması akıcı bir yol ile aktarıyor olacağım.

Link:

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/keremceliker_keremcelikerhow-kubernetes-master-and-worker-nodes-works-in-deployment-processes-activity-6740146643112337408-n4ft

veya

https://github.com/keremceliker/How-Kubernetes-Master-and-Worker-Nodes-Works-in-Deployment-Processes

Özellikle bu Mimari ve Konsept tarafında Türkçe makale sayısının az olması sebebiyle bir Kubernetes Serisi yapmaya karar verdim.

***You will be able to find the English version of the same Series under Github Repo below in a few days***

How the U.S. Air Force Deployed Kubernetes and Istio on an F-16 in 45 days !

Yes, hearing it totally right ! 🙂

This is a completely true and important information for cloud-native technologies. F-16s are running Kubernetes on the legacy hardware built into those jets.

“One point for the team was to demonstrate that it could be done,” Chaillan said. He challenged the Air Force and its partners to get Kubernetes up and running on a jet in 45 days, and while that was as difficult as it sounds, the team met the goal and F-16s are now running three concurrent Kubernetes clusters, he said.

If aso, we’d love to hear about it and you can drop a line on Twitter and Linkedin at https://tr.linkedin.com/in/keremceliker or @CloudRss (Twitter) respectively.

Kubernetes: VMware’s Bridge to the Future

In fusing vSphere with Kubernetes, the company promises IT Operators and Developers the best of both worlds.

VMware made it very clear this week at VMworld that it’s betting its future on Kubernetes.

The ball started rolling, at least in public, the week prior to the conference, when the company announced it would acquire Pivotal and its Kubernetes-based Pivotal Container Service (PKS). PKS and associated tooling have been available on VMware’s cloud service for some time and has been a key component of its hybrid cloud story.

The biggest announcement at VMworld 2019 in San Francisco was Project Pacific, which marries Kubernetes with vSphere, VMware’s flagship suite of data center virtualization software. Every session with Project Pacific in the title was packed, and VMware employees made it clear that this is the most significant move by VMware in a very long time.

Best of Both Worlds

One of the biggest challenges facing every corporate IT shop today is upgrading existing applications in a way that best takes advantage of the container and microservices trends in software development, an approach often referred to as “cloud-native.” Multiple VMware customers got on stage at VMworld to talk about their specific challenges, and how they were utilizing these new trends to cut both costs and time to production for new applications.

With Project Pacific, VMware promised, you won’t have to rip and replace an entire VMware infrastructure to get into Kubernetes, the leading container-orchestration system developed at Google, which open sourced it in 2015. The Project Pacific strategy is to give IT operations Kubernetes that can be managed with a familiar set of tools in vCenter and policy-based automation that’s available now from VMware. The project uses Kubernetes’ extensibility model to allow for simultaneous execution of both normal vSphere VM-based workloads and fully managed container-based applications.

Application Focus

Developing cloud-native applications in today’s environment typically involves the use of container-based microservices that can be provisioned, scaled up or down, and killed on-demand. Application needs are what’s driving VMware into the Kubernetes world, and Project Pacific goals include giving developers self-service APIs for provisioning resources for their apps, so they don’t have to go the usual route of requesting them from IT.

While it has been possible to provision a Kubernetes cluster on top of vSphere for quite some time, the process has been more than a little complicated. VMware introduced Project Bonneville back in 2015 as a way to provision and run container-based applications within the vSphere environment. It was based on a customized Docker daemon which could in theory run any host OS, since it was based on a VM architecture. vSphere Integrated Containers was the productized version of Project Bonneville and became generally available in the end of 2016.

Just Make It Work

VMware’s stated goal is to give IT admins the same experience using Kubernetes as they have today managing vSphere. Based on the demos and sessions at VMworld 2019, the company’s engineers are well on their way to making that happen.

If they pull it off, the achievement will be significant. Complexity has been the biggest complaint about using Kubernetes in production. The new services-based architecture requires management of a large number of containers.

VMware brings to the table a wide range of tried and true management tools and features for policy-based access and control. It’s also publicly committed to full participation in the open-source Kubernetes project and to pushing changes it makes back to the community.

The beauty of Kubernetes is its built-in extensibility, which makes it possible to incorporate it into the VMware ecosystem without a ton of changes to the core system. This will make the transition to a Kubernetes world much easier for existing VMware customers and attract new ones, who are looking for a stable platform to build upon.

—References: www.datacenterknowledge.com/vmware/kubernetes-vmware-s-bridge-future