Editor’s picks of the highlights from the past week.
Expanding our Contributor Workshops
Guinevere Saenger, GitHub; Paris Pittman, Google
Learn about the contributor community with us and land your first PR! We have spots available in Barcelona (registration closes on Wednesday May 15
[today!], so grab your spot!) and the upcoming Shanghai Summit. The Barcelona event is poised to be our biggest one yet, with more registered attendees than ever before!
Helm 3 Preview: Helm 3 Alpha Release Available and What’s Next
Matt Fisher, Helm
This blog series highlights some of the big improvements coming to Helm 3 and a history of Helm. The full plan for Helm 3 includes features such as improved upgrade strategies, deeper integrations with OCI registries, and applying JSON schemas against chart values for validation purposes. We’re also taking a moment to clean up the codebase and updating parts that have languished over the last three years.
Kubernetes or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Container
Andrew Vaughan, what3words
As developers we want faster release-cycles in our pre-production and production environments, so we can introduce new features faster and roll back or forwards from issues. Moving to Kubernetes would shift our development away from building Operating System (OS) images and provisioning fresh Virtual Machines (VMs), to using Docker and Kubernetes in tandem to streamline local development and release-cycles to our operating environments.
Upcoming webinars on cloud native technologies.
Building, Deploying and Managing Modern, Microservices-based Applications with Kubernetes
Atul Malaviya, Microsoft
May 16 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am PDT
REGISTER NOW »
The Event-Driven UI: Bridging the Gap
Kevin Bader, Accenture
May 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT
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Tutorials, tools, and more that take you on a deep dive into the code.
ICYMI: May 2019 San Francisco Linkerd Meetup
Kevin Lingerfelt, Buoyant; Leo Liang, Cruise Automation
GKE security using Falco, Pub/Sub and Cloud Functions
Mateo Burillo, Sysdig
Writing a Helm Plugin
Chris Every, OVO
Cluster API Lays the Groundwork for Declarative Kubernetes Lifecycle Management with v1alpha1
Jason DeTiberus, VMware
Kubernetes Storage: Dynamic Volumes and the Container Storage Interface
Jay Vyas, The New Stack
How To Scale a Node.js Application with MongoDB Using Helm
Kathleen Juell, DigitalOcean
Kubernetes Deployment Strategies
Anita Buehrle, Weaveworks
Writing Controllers for Kubernetes CRDs with C#
Radu Matei, Microsoft
Brendan Burns, Microsoft
- redis-operator – A Redis operator for Kubernetes. It creates the Redis instances and maintains high availability and automatic failover.
- rest2res – A NATS/RES service turning legacy REST APIs into live APIs served through Resgate.
Articles, announcements, and more that give you a high-level overview of challenges and features.
Cat shirts and Groundhog Day: the Kubernetes 1.14 release interview
Craig Box, Google
Open Policy Agent – Policy-based control for cloud-native environments
Brian Christner, The Byte
Kubernetes, The Open and Scalable Approach to ML Pipelines
Yaron Haviv, Iguazio
Linkerd’s design principles
William Morgan, Buoyant
5G depends on Kubernetes in the cloud
Steven J. Vaughn-Nichols, ZDNet
Kubernetes Adoption: Are You Ready?
Sreekanth Nyamars, DevOps.com
Kubernetes security: 5 mistakes to avoid
Kevin Casey, The Enterprisers Project
What is Kubernetes CSI and how is it being used?
Robert Sheldon, TechTarget
10 Kubernetes distributions leading the container revolution
Serdar Yegulalp, InfoWorld
Cluster API to the Rescue: An Easier Way to Manage Your Kubernetes Clusters
Andy Goldstein, VMware
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