June 28, 2022
Recap: Weaveworks at KubeCon and GitOpsCon 2022
A run-down of the key GitOps-related sessions from KubeCon and GitOpsCon 2022, complete with links to full-length videos of every session.
June 24, 2022
What is the Enterprise Market Perspective of GitOps?
In the GitOps Days keynote session “GitOps is the Way to Overcome the Scaling Wall by Introducing New Operational Models? An Enterprise Market Perspective” Philippe Ensarguet, CTO of Orange Business Service discusses why enterprises want to automate infrastructure management today. Costs and scale are the driving factors.
June 21, 2022
Getting Started With Weave GitOps
Weave GitOps Core is a free and open source continuous delivery product to run apps in any Kubernetes. It is powered by Flux but provides additional dashboarding functionality for a superior dev experience. Get started with GitOps today.
June 17, 2022
GitOps Days 2022 Recap: Intro to Kubernetes, GitOps, & Observability Tutorial
If you have missed last week’s GitOps Days 2022, you can now find a recap of our hands on workshop on the blog today. Seasoned Kubernetes and GitOps experts will lend you a hand in setting up K8s, a GitOps pipeline and observability for deployments.
June 09, 2022
GitOps - The Path to A Fully-Automated CI/CD Pipelines
Automation is key to optimizing software delivery lifecycles. Learn how GitOps automates every step of a CI/CD pipeline for end-to-end automation.
June 07, 2022
Instrumenting Real-World Pre-Deployment Checks for GitOps
GitOps is a revolutionary practice that adopts philosophies of CI/CD and Infrastructure-as-a-code, but it needs a systematic approach. In this article, we’ve curated a list of pre-deployment checks that’ll ensure seamless deployment.
June 02, 2022
GitOps Days 2022 (June 8-9) - You’re Invited!
GitOps Days 2022 returns for 2 days (June 8-9) and the schedule is packed with visionary and educational talks from GitOps practitioners and thought leaders. Check out our speaker line up and register for our virtual event today!
May 31, 2022
Security for Application Delivery shifts left with GitOps for Visual Studio Code
The VS Code extension adds a Weave GitOps button in the sidebar of your IDE that allows you to access GitOps features without switching to another dashboard. You can view GitOps components and components as well as trigger reconciliation- read our latest blog for details.
May 26, 2022
James Governor from Redmonk discusses: DX, Guardrails, Golden Paths & Policy Management in Kubernetes
Watch our latest on demand webinar where James Governor, Redmonk discusses the increasing importance of DevEx. How can organizations embrace a superior developer experience that results in production excellence? What about security implications when enabling self service? Is platform engineering the golden path forward?
May 25, 2022
The New GitOps Extension on AKS and Azure Arc Enables Trusted Delivery and Control
GitOps is now an extension to Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes to govern and control hybrid and multi-cloud environments. Learn more about the latest integration with Microsoft in this blog.
May 23, 2022
Lunar Bank Uses GitOps to Standardize Workflows and Enhance the Developer Experience
Lunar Bank needed to remove obstacles inhibiting their developer experience and autonomy while ensuring security and compliance is baked-into the deployment process. To enable this, they turned to GitOps and policies.
May 19, 2022
The 16-point Checklist for GitOps Success
For efficient GitOps management in your organization you need a GitOps checklist. Here’s a handy 16 point checklist you and your team can use when getting started. Build better code faster with GitOps.
May 17, 2022
Liquid Metal is Here: Supported, Multi-Cluster Kubernetes on micro-VMs and Bare Metal
Liquid Metal simplifies scaling Kubernetes clusters across multiple environments. Provision Kubernetes clusters dynamically across both lightweight VMs and bare metal with GitOps.
May 12, 2022
Level up Security Management with HashiCorp Vault and Flux
HashiCorp Vault is now a native Flux extension enabling secret management for all environments including on premise and hybrid. Secure GitOps automated pipelines with rotating encryption keys in HashiCorp Vault, re-encryption of secrets and audit any changes in git.
May 10, 2022
You aren't Doing GitOps without Drift Detection
GitOps unifies Kubernetes YAML files and application code in Git repositories to prevent configuration drift. Our latest blog describes how this works in detail.
May 06, 2022
KubeCon and GitOpsCon EU, 2022 - Git Involved!
Less than 2 weeks until KubeCon and GitOpsCon kicks off in Valencia. With a line-up of great sessions, demos and giveaways, here’s a quick preview of what you can expect from the Weaveworks team.
May 05, 2022
How to Organize Your Git Repositories
How do you organize your Git repositories to manage multiple microservices across multiple environments while using GitOps to automate continuous deployment? Learn more
May 03, 2022
Watch Weave GitOps Release Features: Trusted Application Delivery with Policy as Code, VScode and Terraform extensions for Flux
In our Weave GitOps latest release recap, we introduce the newest enterprise features, including Trusted Application Delivery (policy as code), new observability dashboards and the latest Flux extensions for Terraform and VS Code.
April 28, 2022
How GitOps Enables A Continuous Application Lifecycle
In our recent white paper, we take a deeper look at the true definition of continuous delivery, and how GitOps enables it. In addition to showing you what an actual GitOps pipeline looks like, we also take you through all the important tools that you’ll need to learn about like Helm, Flux, Flagger, and of course Weavework GitOps.
April 19, 2022
Profile Layering for Helm Encourages Self Service for Kubernetes
In this blog, we explain how to build a self-service Kubernetes platform with Helm, GitOps, and Cluster API. Profile layer models are the foundation for deploying whole clusters on demand and building platforms for developers with all the components they need. As a result, developer iterations make it into production faster.