Kured, the Kubernetes Reboot Deamon helps perform safe automatic node reboots, when indicated by the package management of the underlying OS. We often find kured running behind the scenes and over the recent months, the community stepped up and moved kured to a fully packed 1.7.0 release. Read up on the latest features and join the community.
After implementing GitOps, MediaMarktSaturn IT and software teams experienced not only a boost in collaboration and confidence but also in reliability and efficiency. With time-savings of 60 to 70% for deployments at times as well as a massive increase in reliability due to simplification and automation, the team can not only operate leaner and scale faster but also experiment and innovate.
While every organization is different, a number of common patterns have emerged. The GitOps Maturity Model shows a simple four step process that organizations commonly transition through as they move from using GitOps to manage single clusters and applications to managing large scale deployments of hundreds or even thousands of clusters.
Weave GitOps Core is a free, open source, opinionated GitOps product with a great developer experience. It is powered by Flux. Flux is a battle-tested and CNCF owned project, one of the first project recommended for adoption. Weave GitOps Core simplifies Flux by provisioning a custom cluster with two commands. Learn more on the blog
At Weaveworks, we help organizations of all sizes on their cloud-native journey by realizing the benefits of GitOps. For anyone implementing GitOps (or considering it), we offer a range of professional services to help you take the next step wherever you are in your GitOps journey.
KubeCon EU 2021 was a blast! It was also A LOT. Good news: there was a wide variance of topics discussed and fascinating sessions. Bad news: there are only 24 hours in a day to watch them. More good news; we take the time to spotlight sessions our team were a part of, as well as highlight some more interesting sessions.
In a recent episode of 'The Art of Modern Ops' (this time in a video format!) WeaveWorks CTO, Cornelia Davis, hosted a very interesting discussion featuring the Department of Defense and how it approaches modern cloud-native operations with GitOps. Nicolas Chaillan, Chief Software Officer of the U.S. Air Force discusses how GitOps enables key operational tasks like change management, disaster recovery, networking changes, and security for tens of thousands of developers.
Open source projects usually have a large network of dependencies connected to a code base that will eventually build and compile into a package that may, in turn become the dependency of another project. That is why concerns about open source as a potential vector for critical vulnerabilities have always existed despite Linus’ law. Flux was able to reach a CVE count of zero due to its maintainers limiting the amount of dependencies used....
The momentum of the GitOps community keeps growing and the success of GitOpsCon EU proves that there’s much more to come as well. Organized by the CNCF GitOps Working Group and sponsored by us and our friends at Red Hat, the event showcased an amazing panel of GitOps evangelists and practitioners who covered a range of topics for those still contemplating GitOps adoption to experienced GitOps practitioners who manage enterprise scale implementations. Here is the recap...
Das Schiff platform from Deutsche Telekom is an example of the benefits of a GitOps-driven, fleet-managed platform for telecom operators. A key enabler for rolling out Das Schiff to the edge is the ability to run Kubernetes on microVMs. This blog describes the core technology, jointly developed by Deutsche Telekom, Weaveworks and AWS, which significantly improves the efficiency of deployment of Kubernetes across bare-metal pools.
If you’re deploying anything at scale, you’re going to need some level of automation in order to achieve consistency. By using a GitOps workflow to manage your Kubernetes clusters, you can solve some of the most common challenges associated with multi-cluster environments.
To understand what makes GitOps so revolutionary, you need to understand what came before it. You need to know how IT operations (the ‘Ops’ in GitOps) used to work – and how, in the age of the cloud, IT operations evolved. So in this post, we’re going to take a step back...
Whether you’re interested in best practices for getting started with GitOps migrating apps to Kubernetes or you’re curious about our predictions about the future of cloud native operational frameworks, we have the answers to deepen your understanding and help navigate your Kubernetes and cloud native journey.
With Weave Kubernetes Platform (WKP) 2.5 we are adding an enterprise grade observability portal. WKP uses standard Kubernetes tooling, and works across organizations and different environments. Observability is the cornerstone of efficient and secure Day 2 operations, by providing critical data on health and system performance to cluster operators.
Progressive Delivery across multiple clusters & cloud using Weave Kubernetes Platform, Flagger & Linkerd
In this talk Jason Morgan, Buoyant, and Paul Curtis, Weaveworks are introducing the concept of progressive delivery across multiple clusters and environments. With technologies such as Linkerd and Weave Kubernetes Platform, teams can progressively move traffic to Kubernetes - controlled and securely. Best in class GitOps workflows ensure developer friendly operations for Kubernetes while ensuring High Availability and Disaster Recovery across multiple backends.
We are super excited for KubeCon EU 2021 and will kick it off with a Day 0 event (on Monday, May 3 at 15:00 UTC) #GitOpsCon with the GitOps Working Group and our friends at RedHat. Here is a quick preview of what we have planned and must see talks....