As an open source technology, Kubernetes has ultimately become the standard for orchestrating microservices and containerized applications and rapidly deploying cloudnative workloads. What can Kubernetes do and what are Kubernetes-as-a-Service offerings good for?
13.05.20 | Autor / Redakteur: Henrik Hasenkamp* / Elke Witmer-Goßner The Europe Cloud, which was launched last autumn by Economics Minister Peter Altmaier, was discussed in a contrasting way, but in any case it managed to put the topic of cloud security into a broader context. This is important, because data sovereignty, security and availability are not […]
A DSGVO certification of cloud offers is still missing - to the annoyance of the associations eco and EuroCloud. Because the official mills grind so slowly, many cloud users would have to live with legal uncertainty.
Cloud infrastructures and micro-service-oriented development paradigms have fundamentally changed software development in recent years. Instead of extensive monolithic releases, much more emphasis is now placed on fast executability and easy distribution. Container technologies as a service offer the advantages of cloud computing here. the offers of cloud providers are manifold. The question arises: Do managed complete offers make sense or are small tools sufficient to operate container-based applications?
Kubernetes is often used as a way to host a microservices and container-based infrastructure. As-a-Service products are also conquering this market. gridscale boss Henrik Hasenkamp explains his view on current developments.
Compliance and performance requirements often demand dedicated servers - even though the concept of owning hardware for specific purposes seems to have fallen out of time. A new concept called "Virtual Locations" should build the bridge to the cloud.
Cloud infrastructure is flexible and dynamic. However, compliance rules in some industries require dedicated servers that have been at odds with the cloud. Henrik Hasenkamp explains why this is changing with special solutions for virtual locations in this article.
If the page hangs, the purchase process collapses or websites are simply not accessible: In the W&V interview at Dmexco, Henrik Hasenkamp from gridscale talks about digital infrastructure problems - and possible solutions.
With georedundant IT infrastructures, losses - such as those caused by natural disasters - are to be absorbed. What does this mean in practice? In this article, our CEO Henrik Hasenkamp provides the answer.
Does automation make IT staff unemployed? No, on the contrary! In this article Henrik Hasenkamp argues how gridscale wants to free up the working time of IT specialists for other tasks by automating the data center.
In this funkschau interview, Henrik Hasenkamp explains the role that sophisticated UI/UX design and extensive automation of operations through machine learning play in the creation of a virtual data center.
In e-commerce, quick reactions are a matter of course - also in the IT infrastructure. That's why the Munich-based Hirmer Group was looking for an agile and technically leading partner. It was found at gridscale.
This has never happened before: a total of eleven German deep tech start-ups have made it onto the shortlist of the EIT Digital Challenge this year. Among them: the Cologne-based cloud infrastructure and platform-as-a-service provider gridscale.
High availability in the data center is above all a question of money and resources. However, intelligent algorithms that optimize data center operation and maintenance can increase efficiency. An article by Henrik Hasenkamp.
The German "Initiative SMB" is interviewing the winner of the Innovation Prize IT 2017 - gridscale - in the category "servers / virtualization" on the topics customer fit for SMB, technical roadmap, and more.
Via Drag and drop in seconds to your own cloud server: gridscale in portrait. "First and foremost, we were dissatisfied with the stability and ease-of-use of today's IT hosting solutions," says gridscales co-founder Henrik Hasenkamp (CEO).