Canonical's conjure-up makes it easy to deploy and operate Kubernetes in production, using a neat, easy-to-use CLI installer. Weave Cloud fills in the gaps missing with a Kubernetes install and provides the tools necessary for a full development lifecycle.
Alexis Richardson is defining “GitOps” as a methodology for developer tooling to drive operations. This post discussed the use of declarative tools and best practices of configurations being code and therefore should be versions controlled.
This tutorial shows you how to deploy and manage Kubernetes with Rancher. You will then use Weave Cloud to complete the development lifecycle, and Deploy, Explore and Monitor your app as it runs in Kubernetes.
Securing a network with full end-to-end encryption can be complicated and overlay networks add another level of difficulty. However, with Weave Net we’ve worked very hard to simplify the set-up process and make managing the whole thing as straightforward as possible.
The Weave Online User Group talk given by Carter Morgan defines of what a "production-ready" cloud application looks like.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the release of Weave Net 2.0, which features a peer discovery feature via Weave Cloud, a Docker Swarm plugin, and several changes to Weave Net’s CLI and internals.
The Weave Scope UI provides a neat way of visualizing the real-time state of your application as a graph of interconnected nodes. While good for answering structural questions about your system, this view falls short when trying to...
Continuous delivery vs. continuous integration vs. continuous deployment. Do you know what the differences are? Our blog clears it up for you.
Learn how to add a service to Weave Cloud – from naming and organization to security and monitoring, Tom Wilkie shares best practices and lessons learned.
Recap of Alfonso Acosta’s talk High-performance Linux Monitoring with eBPF (Extended Berkeley Packet Filter). Learn how it’s used in Weave Scope.