This demo shows how easy it is to install Weave Kubernetes Platform and use GitOps to build a continuous deployment pipeline and promote deployments from a development cluster to production. This scenario covers a development cluster based in the cloud on AWS EKS, together with a production deployment on-premise with EKS-D.
AWS just added a whole line of business: enterprise software. AWS has spent 14 years focusing on cloud services. But customers now want on-premise and multi-cloud software solutions that are backed by the hyper-scale providers themselves. These customers want to migrate as much IT as possible to efficient, automated cloud platforms wherever those workloads need to be. Find out how WKP can help.
We’re pleased to announce the 2.4 version of Weave Kubernetes Platform (WKP) that includes a number of significant features including: Team Workspaces, RBAC for workspace members, the ability to add GitOps to any Kubernetes cluster and support for Flux 2.0.
DevOps promises faster engineering teams by managing both infrastructure and code, but the reality for most who adopt K8s is that platform teams need to keep control over infrastructure. How do you bridge the gap between these teams without compromising on velocity or security?
For many organizations, moving legacy applications to Kubernetes holds great promise including reduced IT overhead, and accelerated development times. But in reality, migration projects can be delayed with service interruptions while the entire team transitions.
This is the second post in our blog series about the Weaveworks CRE team. As experts in both cloud native technologies and the GitOps methodology, they work as embedded team members in tandem with your team to deliver solid Kubernetes solutions and platforms. This week we introduce you to Paul Carlton.
In this guest post Viktor Petersson discusses how Screenly uses Prometheus to monitor their infrastructure. Over the years, they found Prometheus to be extremely versatile, and then expanded Prometheus to include business intelligence metrics.
How did DataScan, a financial services company, ensure that the uptime of their systems was near 100%, their customer data was kept secure and they were able to reduce infrastructure costs? The Weave Kubernetes Platform provides a secure and consistent platform on-premise and in the cloud alongside a cost effective management plan.
AWS Bottlerocket OS is now fully compatible with the WKP (Weave Kubernetes Platform), our production ready platform with GitOps as the underlying architecture and developer experience that simplifies cluster configuration and management across your organization.
How do you maintain and build complete platforms without having to resort to manual configuration or bespoke scripting? Read how WKP's open and Kubernetes certified architecture helps build consistent platforms anywhere.
By now you’ve heard all about GitOps and maybe you’re convinced that GitOps is the most efficient way for development teams to go faster without them having to become Kubernetes gurus. However, making the switch to a cloud native technical solution may be the simplest part in your Kubernetes journey.
Ignite modern operations in your team with our webinar and workshop series focusing on GitOps on AWS. Join a weekly Tuesday webinar live, in order to receive an invite for the complimentary hands-on 90min workshop the following Thursday!
How do you choose the right Kubernetes platform for today and the future? We've put together a guide on the most important aspects, along with how Weave Kubernetes Platform (WKP) solves them. Using the right Kubernetes platform has long-term impacts and brings significant benefits as every application can use the same operating model. Read more on the blog.
One of the biggest challenges for enterprises transitioning to cloud native development is delivering Kubernetes platforms and environments where ever one is needed. Read Steve George’s post on how a model-based approach helps solve this.
As modern enterprises move more towards Kubernetes and its ecosystem of cloud native tooling - all declarative constructs that can be managed as code - the processes for managing infrastructure are evolving that employ similar strategies previously reserved for application development. More on the blog.
In this article, we discuss Modern Operations, and what it looks like in an enterprise environment. We’ll also discuss the advantages of modernizing the technology stack and development practices in an enterprise. Finally, since everything good comes at a cost, we’re going to have a very candid and open conversation about the foundational elements you’ll need to put in place to ensure that your modernization strategy pays off.
Recently, Jerry Jackson, Software Engineer at Weaveworks, spoke about WKSctl and demonstrated how to create a cluster with this open source project at a Weave Online User Group (WOUG).
Preparing a Kubernetes cluster should be as easy as 1-2-3. With the GitOps operational model, fork, clone, run is a simple workflow that anyone can use to provision easy-to-manage Kubernetes clusters.
Weaveworkers Mark Ramm (@markramm), Director of Product Management and Mark Emeis (@MarkEmeis), Engineering Manager walk you through the history of the product, how it works and what cluster platform creation and team management looks like in WKP. Learn how to create repeatable, auditable clusters managed with WKP and GitOps.