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3-Jun-2022

Run Elasticsearch with SearchGuard Plugin in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Using KubeDB

Overview KubeDB is the Kubernetes Native Database Management Solution which simplifies and automates routine database tasks such as Provisioning, Monitoring, Upgrading, Patching, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Backup, Recovery, Failure detection, and Repair for various popular databases on private and public clouds. The databases that KubeDB supports are Elasticsearch, MySQL, MongoDB, MariaDB, Redis, PostgreSQL, ProxySQL, Percona XtraDB, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. Elasticsearch has many distributions like ElasticStack, OpenSearch, SearchGuard, OpenDistro etc.

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16-May-2022

Run MySQL in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Using KubeDB

Overview KubeDB is the Kubernetes Native Database Management Solution which simplifies and automates routine database tasks such as Provisioning, Monitoring, Upgrading, Patching, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Backup, Recovery, Failure detection, and Repair for various popular databases on private and public clouds. The databases that KubeDB supports are MySQL, MongoDB, MariaDB, Elasticsearch, Redis, PostgreSQL, ProxySQL, Percona XtraDB, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MySQL database in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).

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15-Apr-2022

Run MariaDB in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Using KubeDB

Overview The databases that KubeDB supports are MongoDB, MariaDB, MySQL, Elasticsearch, Redis, PostgreSQL, ProxySQL, Percona XtraDB, Memcached and PgBouncer. You can find the guides to all the supported databases here. In this tutorial we will deploy MariaDB database in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). We will cover the following steps: Install KubeDB Deploy MariaDB Clustered Database Install Stash Backup MariaDB Database Using Stash Recover MariaDB Database Using Stash Install KubeDB We will follow the steps to install KubeDB.

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Introducing Kubeform Module

On 10th Feb 2022, AppsCode held a webinar on “Introducing Kubeform Module”. Key contents of the webinar are: Terraform Module supports in Kubeform by Kubeform Module Generating Kubeform Module Definitions from existing terraform module Kubeform Module Object to use generated Kubeform Module Definition as a reference of module Supports both public and private git repo of terraform module Demo: Create, Update and Deletion of Kubeform Module resource Description of the Webinar It is required to install the followings to get started:

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Introducing Kubeform v2021.10.29

We have an upcoming webinar titled “Introducing Kubeform CLI & Remote Backend” on 10th November 2021, 12:30 PM ET. Register here . We are happy to announce the release of Kubeform v2021.10.29. In this release, we are introducing Kubeform CLI and Remote Backend. This post lists all the changes and features this release brings to you. The detailed changelog can be found here Kubeform Remote Backend Kubeform CLI Kubeform Remote Backend In this release, we have added remote backend support for the Kubeform resources.

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28-Jul-2021

Introducing Kubeform v2021.07.28

We have released Kubeform v2021.08.02 with support for additional cloud services. You can find the full list here. To try for FREE, visit our installer webpage. Enjoy! We are happy to announce Kubeform v2021.07.28. This post lists all the changes and features this release brings to you. Kubeform Enterprise Support for Equinix Metal Re-designed the Architecture of Kubeform No Dependency on Terraform CLI Accidental Deletion Protection Update Policy Sensitive Secret Watcher Kubernetes recommended Status conditions Dropped support for Terraform Module What is Kubeform?

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