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...
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.
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....
Join us on November 12 & 13 for GitOps Days EMEA. GitOps Days is packed with keynotes, workshops, and technical deep dives for newcomers and experienced practitioners. The talks cover GitOps for Data Science, Security, MLOps, Helm, and more - register today for free.
Originally scheduled to be held in Amsterdam in March of this year, Kubecon EU was postponed to August and eventually switched from an in-person event to a virtual one. In this post, Cornelia Davis provides the key takeaways from AWS Container Days held at Kubecon EU this year.
You are invited: GitOps Days 2020 (May 20 & 21). Whether you’ve been wanting to learn about GitOps for the first time or you want to get your teams on board with GitOps, this event is for you! This free online event will run from 9:00am PT to 3:00pm PT over two days.
Working remotely has its own set of challenges but it also has its perks. The time you are saving on getting ready in the morning and commuting to work, you can now spend on sipping a cup of coffee and watching one of our webinars on demand, connect with us at one of our live events or catch up with our online user group.
Time for a throwback post to a couple of Tuesdays ago when we were able to say Hola and Buenos Dias to 7,700 attendees at KubeCon EU 2019 in Barcelona! Catch up on talks and keynotes that we delivered and participated in....
The Weaveworks team is heading to KubeCon Europe 2019 in Barcelona! We’ve got speaking sessions on GitOps, a hands-on workshop, and more. Visit us at Booth S18 to meet the team and see what’s new!
Monitoring is crucial for any developer and on call engineer. But sorting through multiple notifications or missing critical information for a quick resolution is no fun. This blog post recaps a KubeCon lightning talk that demonstrates using labels in Prometheus alertmanager to only receive concise and easy to understand notifications.
At a recent Continuous Lifecycle conference in Mannheim, Alexis Richardson led the opening keynote: “Cloud Native Transformation - the past, present and future”. After a short history tour about the term and meaning of cloud native, he discussed how the cloud native revolution introduced new ways or operating infrastructure and applications. Watch the full talk.
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.
Are you looking to develop and push your apps to Kubernetes but not sure what should be in your app deployment toolkit? Whether you are maintaining your own cluster or using a hosted services, there’s quite a bit that you need to know to have the best experience. For instance, how do you develop and test an app to run well on Kubernetes? What should be in your dev toolkit?
As DockerCon kicks off this week, we have an action-packed week of demo’s and dazzling conversations at the Weaveworks booth, and we’re hosting two evening meetups in collaboration with Bitnami and Pivotal too. Read on to learn more!
What a week we've had in Austin with fellow Kubernauts (4,000 to be exact!) for the annual KubeCon event. Thank you for stopping by our booth and chatting containers, microservices and Kubernetes with us. And don't miss our exciting announcement in collaboration with Google!