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Upgrade a K3s Kubernetes Cluster with System Upgrade Controller

November 25, 2020 By Saiyam Pathak

Guest post originally published on Rancher’s blog by Saiyam Pathak Kubernetes upgrades are always a tough undertaking when your clusters are running smoothly. Upgrades are necessary as every three months, Kubernetes releases…

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The top Kubernetes APIs for cloud-native observability, part 2: the Kubernetes Pod and Downward APIs

November 24, 2020 By Caleb Hailey

Guest post by Caleb Hailey, CEO at Sensu This series is adapted from Sensu’s whitepaper on the top 7 APIs for cloud-native observability. Catch up on part 1. In the first part…

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Reducing your Kubernetes Cloud Spend

Upcoming Webinar on Tuesday December 15, 2020

Moving to Kubernetes brings the opportunity to greatly reduce spend when compared to traditional VM-based infrastructure. However, there can also be risk of overspending with additional complexity and dynamic systems. Kubecost provides…

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Implementing automated managed k8s service

Upcoming Webinar on Tuesday December 15, 2020

Introduction of implementation to provide managed kubernetes service and Cluster API for provisioning automation. Presented by: Mason Choi, Senior Engineer @Samsung SDS Kangsub Song, Senior Engineer @Samsung SD

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Take the pain out of multi-cluster Kubernetes with Lens

Upcoming Webinar on Wednesday December 2, 2020

Lens, the world’s most popular Kubernetes IDE, was designed from the ground up to make life easier for developers learning and working with Kubernetes. In this demo-rich webinar, we will share tips,…

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Preventing Kubernetes Misconfiguration: Static Analysis and Beyond

Upcoming Webinar on Wednesday December 9, 2020

Planning, provisioning, and changing infrastructure are becoming vital to rapid cloud application development. Incorporating infrastructure as code (IaC) into software development promotes transparency and immutability and helps prevent bad configurations upstream. In…

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Argo: Real Enterprise-scale with k8s

Upcoming Webinar on Wednesday December 16, 2020

Kubernetes has enabled large enterprises to operate container-based infrastructure at scale. This was a practical impossibility just a few years ago. As with most innovation, it has not eliminated complexity but instead…

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Next-gen Data Protection for Next-Gen Applications

Upcoming Webinar on Wednesday December 2, 2020

As more and more enterprises start to bring containerized, cloud native applications into production, they are faced with the challenge of meeting traditional resilience requirements—including backup, disaster recovery, and mobility—for these new…

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A guide to setting up Kubernetes Service Level Objectives (SLOs) with Prometheus and Linkerd

November 13, 2020 By Kevin Leimkuhler

Guest post originally published on Buoyant’s blog by Kevin LeimkuhLer SLOs are a lot easier with a service mesh in hand In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to easily create service health…

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A Look at How Hackers Exploit Prometheus, Grafana, Fluentd, Jaeger & More

Upcoming Webinar on Tuesday December 8, 2020

CNCF has a lot of amazing tools for monitoring and observability: Prometheus, Grafana, Fluentd, Jaeger and many more. These are tools we rely upon to watch our production systems and help us…