SE Podcast host Robert Blumen spoke with Alexis Richardson about the origins of GitOps and the separation of the front end process for landing commits and the back end for applying them. Further they explore the concept of convergent infrastructure and applying infrastructure as code to deployments. Tune in to hear how Weaveworks uses GitOps as a disaster recovery tool and helps clients in complex regulatory environments simplifying their cloud native operations.
In a recent webinar, Paul Fremantle, VP Product Strategy and Paul Curtis, Solutions Architect walked us through the new features in version 2.4 of Weave Kubernetes Platform.
Organizations deploying Kubernetes on a massive scale across multiple backends require an automated, secure and consistent approach for managing clusters – one that they can use efficiently no matter how many clusters or clouds or other configurations are included.
Many know that GitOps is a way for your engineering teams to reliably deliver applications and infrastructure to the cloud. But how can you measure its success and connect business outcomes like profitability and market share back to the capabilities of GitOps?
In this episode of the Art of Modern Ops, Cornelia Davis sat down with industry analyst James Governor of Redmonk to discuss the state of DevOps, cloud native and what really drives developers to choose the tools they use.
This week we introduce Richard Case, a customer reliability engineer here at Weaveworks. Richard spends the majority of his time on kconnect, an open source project created by Fidelity and is also involved in Cluster API projects.
In a Spotlight Series with James Green of ActualTech Media, Cornelia discusses the concepts behind GitOps. Originally coined at Weaveworks, GitOps brings reliability to cloud native environments that are fundamentally unreliable, highly distributed and are constantly in flux.
This is the third post in our blog series about the Weaveworks CRE team. As experts in both cloud native technologies and the GitOps methodology, they help our customers deliver solid Kubernetes solutions and platforms. This week we introduce you to Sebastian Bernheim.
At our recent virtual event, GitOps Days 2020, Maya Kaczorowski, GitHub Product Manager, shared her thoughts on how GitOps can boost the security of your entire development pipeline.
In this latest episode Vuk Gojnic of Deutsche Telekom and Cornelia Davis of Weaveworks discuss Das Schiff - a Kubernetes as a service platform for vendors and application developers.
Alexis Richardson, CEO at Weaveworks shares his insights on our recent funding: "GitOps and containers already matter, but they are critical going forward. Containers will be how we ship and run many applications as well as high productivity applications and GitOps will be how we manage them."
As most organizations wind down for the festive season, Weaveworks are ramping up efforts to hire more people across our engineering, product, customer success, sales and marketing teams. Discover open positions to transform your career in the cloud native ecosystem.
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?
The GitOps Working Group’s goal is to provide companies and individuals with the skills, knowledge and competency to implement GitOps tooling and methodologies which simplify the operation and management of infrastructure and cloud native applications. Read the announcement on how to get involved.
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.