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The top Kubernetes APIs for cloud-native observability, part 2: the Kubernetes Pod and Downward APIs
Member Post The top Kubernetes APIs for cloud-native observability, part 2: the Kubernetes Pod and Downward APIs
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 of this series, I discussed the...
November 24, 2020 | By Caleb Hailey

A guide to setting up Kubernetes Service Level Objectives (SLOs) with Prometheus and Linkerd
Member Post A guide to setting up Kubernetes Service Level Objectives (SLOs) with Prometheus and Linkerd
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 SLOs on Kubernetes with Prometheus, an open...
November 13, 2020 | By Kevin Leimkuhler

Implementing GitOps on Kubernetes Using K3s, Rancher, Vault and Argo CD
Member Post Implementing GitOps on Kubernetes Using K3s, Rancher, Vault and Argo CD
Originally published on Rancher Federal by Adam Toy As Kubernetes continues to establish itself as the industry standard for container orchestration, finding effective ways to use a declarative model for your applications and tools is critical to success....
November 12, 2020 | By Adam Toy

The top Kubernetes APIs for cloud-native observability, part 1: the Kubernetes metrics, service, & container APIs
Member Post The top Kubernetes APIs for cloud-native observability, part 1: the Kubernetes metrics, service, & container APIs
Guest post by Caleb Hailey, CEO of Sensu (This series is adapted from Sensu’s whitepaper on the top 7 APIs for cloud-native observability) An important early step (just after “Orchestration & Application Definition” in the CNCF trail map)...
November 11, 2020 | By Caleb Hailey

How To Run Kubernetes Workflow Automation with AWS EKS, GCP GKE, Azure AKS
Member Post How To Run Kubernetes Workflow Automation with AWS EKS, GCP GKE, Azure AKS
Guest post originally published on CTO.ai’s blog by Benjamin Slater, Director of Technology and Tristan Pollock, Head of Community at CTO.ai  One of the latest additions to the technical jargon soup is Kubernetes (k8s). It gets thrown around...
November 2, 2020 | By Benjamin Slater and Tristan Pollock

Kubernetes Controllers Basics
Member Post Kubernetes Controllers Basics
Guest post originally published on Fairwinds’ blog by Robert Brennan, Director of Open Source Software at Fairwinds If you’re new to Kubernetes, one of the first concepts you’ll want to familiarize yourself with is the Controller. Most Kubernetes users...
October 30, 2020 | By Robert Brennan

The Biggest Myths of Multi-Cloud
Member Post The Biggest Myths of Multi-Cloud
Guest post originally published on CloudOps’s blog by the CloudOps Team The IT industry is in a state of deep confusion when it comes to multi-cloud. Against pushback from cloud vendors who sought to monopolize the industry, most...
October 28, 2020

Debugging Kubernetes Applications on the Fly
Member Post Debugging Kubernetes Applications on the Fly
Guest post originally published on Rookout’s blog by Josh Hendrick, Senior Solutions Engineer at Rookout Over the recent years, software development organizations have seen a major shift in where they build and run their applications. Teams have transitioned...
October 23, 2020 | By Josh Hendrick

Behind the scenes of Phippy in space
Member Post Behind the scenes of Phippy in space
Adventures in Cloud-Native Recovery Guest post by Citlali Tolia and Yuiza Martinez-Rivera of Kasten When Kasten, a growing startup in the Kubernetes data management space, was looking for a fun way to educate newcomers to the quickly expanding...
October 22, 2020 | By Citlali Tolia and Yuiza Martinez-Rivera

Introducing Nydus – Dragonfly Container Image Service
Member Post Introducing Nydus – Dragonfly Container Image Service
Guest post by Pengtao and Liubo, Software Engineers at Ant Group Tao is a software engineer at Ant Group. He has been working on Linux file system development for more than 10 years. He is also a core...
October 20, 2020 | By Pengtao