Local development against a remote Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster
Telepresence was accepted to CNCF on May 15, 2018 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.
Debugging Kubernetes Applications on the FlyOctober 23, 2020
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Some useful and promising #Kubernetes🕸️ projects to follow 👇
🔹 @submarinerio - multicluster direct networking
🔹 @shipwrightio - building container images
🔹 @microcksio - testing API and messaging
🔹 @telepresenceio - development tool
🔹 @k0sproject - new Kubernetes distro
A bunch of interesting bug fixes and new features in @telepresenceio 2.3.2 and 2.3.1.
A useful overview by @_DonnyYung at @ambassadorlabs in the Telepresence "meet the maintainers" session
Today, I needed to intercept traffic sent to the application running on Kubernetes and forward it to the local dev instance (https://t.co/7RPy00eJeX). 👇
I finally have the opportunity to see how a great tool is Telepresence (@telepresenceio).
🙏 to @Xavidop from @VoiceflowHQ for your first contribution to @ambassadorlabs Telepresence 2! 🏆https://t.co/fDiAYFYl53
In our latest blog diving into the @CloudNativeFdn Sandbox projects we're looking at @telepresenceio — Telepresence 2.0 Showcase: Open Source Development Workflows — https://t.co/LFawkshfi7 #Kubernetes #CloudNative #OpenSource
Belated congratulations to @telepresenceio on Telepresence 2! Lots of neat ideas around network intercepts to help devs experiment with changes in-cluster. https://t.co/awEWY1ilUG
Thoroughly enjoyed @LeanderReimer's #CloudK8Summit talk about @kubernetesio and cloud native devex. So many great tools to check out:
Obviously we're biased, but we think @telepresenceio is pretty cool, too!