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.