GitHub Actions is a beta feature that allows you to automate tasks and create workflows. Find out how to create GitOps pipelines with GitHub Actions and Weave Cloud.
Find out how to organize your team for Kubernetes development. In this post we discuss: namespaces, RBAC, network policy and resource constraints and how to apply them to your development teams.
Learn how Qordoba increased deployment velocity by 60%, and went from 1 to 2 releases a week to 30 per day applying GitOps best practices with Weave Cloud.
Learn how a well established private members club replatformed their infrastructure to a microservices architecture. Thanks to Weave Cloud, they decreased their operations time by 75% and increased confidence in running their Kubernetes clusters.
Learn how we’ve teamed up with our security partner Twistlock to show you how you can increase reliability and velocity through implementing a GitOps model while keeping an eye on vulnerabilities and compliance through DevSecOps best practices.
In this post, Daniel, our community manager at Weaveworks explains how Weaveworks (Flux and Scope teams included) is participating in the upcoming Hacktoberfest and why it’s such a great way to get started in Open Source development.
Read about our new Weave Cloud feature that lets you promote workloads between clusters. Find out how this can help your team accelerate the delivery of features to Kubernetes.
Cortex, our scalable Prometheus monitoring system, has been accepted as a Sandbox project by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Cortex is an open source project that we created to provide storage of Prometheus metrics for Weave Cloud. It's used by teams that are running large Prometheus environments, providing metrics for complex Kubernetes environments.
While the initial planning and architecture behind debugging a distributed application can take time, there's a growing number of tools available to help you pin down the problem and find solutions. In this post, we looked at the different approaches available.
In this post we explain why managing your application state can be tricky and how by using persistent volume claims, you can easily manage storage on bare metal Kubernetes installations.