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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

How to Set Up Multi-Cluster Load Balancing with GKE
Member Post How to Set Up Multi-Cluster Load Balancing with GKE
Guest post originally published on DoiT International’s blog by Stephan Stipl, Senior Cloud Architect at DoiT International Understand components of GCP Load Balancing and learn how to set up globally available GKE multi-cluster load balancer, step-by-step. One of...
October 19, 2020 | By Stephan Stipl

Overcoming the challenges of cleaning up container images
Member Post Overcoming the challenges of cleaning up container images
Guest post originally published on wref’s blog, by Alexey Igrychev, software engineer Having lots of images residing in your container registry can become a noticeable issue while dealing with CI/CD pipelines for modern cloud-native applications delivered to Kubernetes....
October 15, 2020 | By Alexey Igrychev

Achieving multi-tenancy in monitoring with Prometheus & the mighty Thanos Receiver
Member Post Achieving multi-tenancy in monitoring with Prometheus & the mighty Thanos Receiver
Guest post originally published on Infracloud’s blog by Sayan Das, DevOps Engineer at InfraCloud Technologies Hey there! If you are reading this blog post, then I guess you are already aware of Prometheus and how it helps us in monitoring...
October 13, 2020

Technology choices during hyper growth
Member Post Technology choices during hyper growth
Guest post originally published on Rookout’s blog by Oded Keret, Product lead at Rookout. Previously in our hypergrowth series, we spoke about the business and cultural aspects of hypergrowth. We highlighted guidelines such as focusing on sales enablement...
October 12, 2020 | By Oded Keret

Automating Kubernetes Multi-Cluster Config With Argo CD
Member Post Automating Kubernetes Multi-Cluster Config With Argo CD
Guest post originally published on DoiT’s blog by Mike Sparr, Sr Cloud Architect at DoiT International One of the coolest aspects of Google’s Anthos enterprise solution in my opinion is Anthos Config Management (ACM). You can set up a Git...
October 9, 2020 | By Mike Sparr

Rebuilding Linkerd’s continuous integration (CI) with Kubernetes in Docker (kind) and GitHub Actions
Member Post Rebuilding Linkerd’s continuous integration (CI) with Kubernetes in Docker (kind) and GitHub Actions
Guest post originally published on the Bouyant blog by Andrew Seigner This post is a writeup of a talk Andrew gave at KubeCon EU 2020. Introduction In mid-2019, the Linkerd project’s continuous integration (CI) took 45 minutes, all tests...
October 8, 2020 | By Andrew Seigner

Quickly Strengthen The Digital Core Banking System With Microservice Technology
Member Post Quickly Strengthen The Digital Core Banking System With Microservice Technology
Guest post by Fred Chien (錢逢祥)from BroBridge Express train for digital transformation of the financial industry: Building a data middle platform Not just the financial industry, almost all companies have their digital core systems in different types. These...
October 7, 2020 | By Fred Chien

A Practical Guide to Kubernetes Logging
Member Post A Practical Guide to Kubernetes Logging
Guest post originally published on the Logz.io blog by Dotan Horovitz, Logz.io Kubernetes has become the de-facto industry standard for container orchestration. It provides the required abstraction for efficiently managing large-scale containerized applications with declarative configurations, an easy...
October 5, 2020 | By Dotan Horovitz

Kubernetes Operators 101
Member Post Kubernetes Operators 101
Guest post originally published on CloudOps blog by Alexandre Menezes, Service Reliability Engineer, Red Hat Most applications will require resources from the environment they are running on. Memory, CPU, storage, networking, etc. Most of those resources may be...
October 2, 2020 | By Alexandre Menezes