This past week we saw 15 new contributors (https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/kubernetes/graphs/contributors) to Kubernetes (https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform) , growing to 283! This indicates our forecast of 1-2 new contribs / day was conservative! It’s exciting to see an average of 10-15 new contributors per week. At this rate, Kubernetes will have as many contributors as Docker (850+) by the end of 2015!
Github Pulse snapshot:
Each week, we will cover everything interesting that happened in the previous week and the coming events in the week ahead.
Brian Gracely (https://twitter.com/bgracely) interviewed Kismatic CEO Patrick Reilly (https://twitter.com/preillyme) for an upcoming CloudCast (http://www.thecloudcast.net/) show: https://twitter.com/thecloudcastnet/status/580916006983467008
Daniel Bryant (https://twitter.com/danielbryantuk) wrote an InfoQ article about Arun Gupta (https://twitter.com/arungupta) ’s presentation on recipes for deploying Java EE apps with Docker and Kubernetes: http://www.infoq.com/news/2015/03/gupta-javaee-docker-kubernetes?utm_campaign=infoq_content&utm_source=infoq&utm_medium=feed&utm_term=global
Ditlev Tøjner (https://twitter.com/ditlevtojner) hosted a meetup in Copenhagen about how Kubernetes can help remove technical complexity from your product:
Devashish Meena (https://twitter.com/ric03uec) writes about how to stand up a two-node (master/slave minimum) cluster using Vagrant. Deploy on your cloud or local setup: http://www.devashish.me/2015/03/22/multi-node-kubernetes-cluster/
Patrick Galbraith (https://twitter.com/CaptTofu) shared two great posts last week. First, setting up a Kubernetes cluster on VMware and second on how to launch MySQL masters and slaves on Kubernetes, achieving MySQL clustered replication:
Jon Langemak (https://twitter.com/blinken_lichten) is back this week with an update on some key changes with his Kubernetes setup:
Yasser Emam (http://ch.linkedin.com/in/eyasema/en) writes about the Docker – Kubernetes ecosystem and provides some background history on containers:
Christian Hernandez (https://twitter.com/christianh814) writes a how-to on spinning up a RHEL-based Kubernetes cluster:
Barak Michener (http://k6c.io/barak) writes about what makes up a modern cluster with a great OSI-framing of the container landscape:
Apps / Tools
Daniel Cannon (https://twitter.com/_dancannon) built Gevvent, a social network designed to make it easy to plan events with your friends. Gevvent uses a service orientated architecture and RethinkDB deployed using Kubernetes on GCE:
Johan Euphrosine (https://twitter.com/proppy) built podlet, a tiny CLI tool and daemon to launch Kubernetes pods on a bare Docker host:
Imesh Gunaratne (https://twitter.com/imesh) provides an introduction to Kubernetes: