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!
What a week we had last week with our partners and peers (43,000 to be exact!) in Vegas for the annual AWS re:invent. Thank you for stopping by our booth and chatting containers, microservices and Kubernetes with us! Of course one of the most exciting moments was the EKS announcement, a managed Kubernetes offering on AWS.
Weaveworks, is proud to see Kubeadm become part of the Certified Kubernetes tools. Members of our Developer Experience team Ilya Dmitrichenko and Lucas Käldström are both core contributors of SIG-cluster-lifecycle. This particular SIG works on kubeadm, a tool for bootstrapping a best-practice Kubernetes cluster easily.
The Weaveworks team visited PromCon 2017 in Munich. One of our personal highlights was a deep dive into the past 12 months of Cortex, the basis of our monitoring and analytics capabilities in Weave Cloud.