Elasticsearch, following the emergence of Kubernetes as the de facto standard for orchestrating containers, launches Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes (ECK). Let’s have a look at what ECK brings to the Kubernetes ecosystem.
Trying to see what’s going on in a production deployment at scale is impossible without proper tools. But fear not – Robert Kubis and Ray Tsang have some pretty handy tricks you could use!
A new open source Kubernetes distribution has been announced by the software consultancy Kinvolk. Lokomotiv is a full-stack Kubernetes distribution that aims to be secure and stable. It uses modified forked code from Typhoon and is built to run on top of Flatcar Linux.
The latest update of the Upwork Index arrives and shows Julia development, Kubernetes as well as Vue.js to be among the top fastest-growing skills for freelancers. Let’s have a quick look.
Quarkus version 0.15.0 is here, with a few major changes and some bug fixes. Take a look at what’s new for this container-first Kubernetes native Java stack. Be sure to also say hello to the new logo, made with the concept of supersonic subatomic Java in mind.
Bootstrapping a Kubernetes cluster may be easy – but rolling it out to nearly 200 engineering teams and operating it at scale can definitely be a challenge! In this talk, Henning Jacobs aims to reduce your unknown unknowns about running Kubernetes in production.
Red Hat announced OpenShift 4, the first major release in four years! The latest version of OpenShift comes with Kubernetes at its core and universal cloud-like experience. Let’s have a look.
Another month is nearly gone and that means that it is time to have a look at a new GitLab release. GitLab 11.10 arrives with a long list of new features and improvements including pipelines on the Operations Dashboard and pipelines for merged results. Let’s have a look.
Kubernetes and open source go together hand in hand with Platform9’s new announcement: three new open source Kubernetes tools simplify cluster orchestration and deployment. Each of these tools can be used independently or together, on air-gapped environments and on-premises deployment.
The Knative team is back with the release of v0.5 that brings some rather important updates for eventing as well as a number of other improvements. Let’s have a look.
What are the benefits of serverless computing? What exactly is Knative and what features are still in development? In our interview with Evan Anderson, Senior Staff Software Engineer at Google, he gives an introduction into the new shiny serverless tooling based on Kubernetes. He also talks about the benefits and the downsides of serverless computing and why it is such a big topic at the moment.
Who are the most influential DevOps people in the Twittersphere? After analyzing thousands of accounts, we created a list of people that every DevOps enthusiast or pro should be following. In the second part of our DevOps influencers interview series, we talk to Mike D. Kail, CTO at Everest.org, as he shares his thoughts on DevOps culture, tooling, as well as the next evolutionary steps for the DevOps ecosystem!
Rancher 2.2 has been in the works for almost a year now so we’re eager to see how it turned out. For starters, the team promises to make your Kubernetes installations more stable & easier to manage. Let’s have a closer look at Rancher 2.2!
The first Kubernetes release for 2019 is here! Version 1.14 offers a huge list of new features including major Kubectl updates, Persistent Local Volumes going GA, and much more. Let’s take a look.