Virtual Kubelet is an open source Kubernetes kubelet implementation.
Virtual Kubelet was accepted to CNCF on December 4, 2018 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.
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Kip is a Virtual Kubelet provider that allows a Kubernetes cluster to launch pods onto their own cloud instances. The kip pod is run on a cluster and will create a virtual Kubernetes node in the cluster.
GitHub - elotl/kip: Virtual-kubelet provider running pods in cloud instances
Virtual-kubelet provider running pods in cloud instances - GitHub - elotl/kip: Virtual-kubelet provider running pods in cloud instances
After serving us well for over 5 years, today marks the date where Netflix Compute / Titus no longer depends on Mesos in any production environment.
https://t.co/m1pAWyGbgJ (this is now dated, but gives the general idea of what we changed with our move to Kubernetes).
Great demo of KEDA bursting a bunch of pods to a @virtualkubelet endpoint in ACI from @chanezon. Powerful illustration of the value of a nodeless consumption model.
Don't miss "Scaling Your Cluster (Both Ways)" with @scottcoulton
and @chanezon at #kubecon + #cloudnativecon -- we'll be kicking off in 25 min in Room 6F:
Curious what you can do with Virtual Kubelet? Make sure to check out @cpuguy83 and @deepkkapur's #kubecon + #cloudnativecon session on "Going Beyond the Node - Using VK to Realize Crazy Ideas" starting in 20 minutes in Room 1AB:
RMNDR: our "Intro to Virtual Kubelet" session with @rbitia and @sargun at #kubecon + #cloudnativecon is about to kick off in 20 minutes. Come join us in Room 6F:
A really good refresh on the evolution of servers, and an overview of provisioning servers.
Want to learn how to scale your apps across Virtual Kubelet? Mark your calendars for @chanezon and @scottcoulton's #kubecon + #cloudnativecon talk on "Scaling Your Clusters (Both Ways)" on Wed Nov 20 @ 4:25 PM -- more details here: