Find out how you can use eksctl to launch Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) clusters with a set of GitOps-managed applications and run production ready workloads in minutes.
Footloose creates containers that look like virtual machines. Those containers run systemd as PID 1 and a ssh daemon that can be used to log into the container. Such "machines" behave very much like a VM, it's even possible to run dockerd in them.
Progressive Delivery across clouds and service meshes using Weave Flagger with Service Mesh Hub and SuperGloo
Weave Flagger is now integrated with SuperGloo. That means, you can download Weave Flagger from Solo.io’s Service Mesh Hub, a mesh extension catalogue and instantly have progressive delivery capabilities with the service mesh of your choice.
Weaveworks is proud to announce our progressive delivery solution for AWS App Mesh built on Weave Cloud! With AWS App Mesh, Weave Cloud, and Weaveworks’ open source progressive delivery tool, Weave Flagger, it is possible to perform progressive delivery via canary deployments with the click of a button.
What are Draft and Skaffold? Learn what the key differences are and when you’d use one over the other in your Kubernetes development pipeline.