The cloud is not just about purchasing computing power; it is a way of facilitating new, and more efficient business models. Often the first move is to create a "hybrid cloud" approach. Although this allows for organizations to have greater flexibility and more deployment options, it can be more expensive to maintain than multicloud.
Weave Firekube is a new open source Kubernetes distribution that enables secure clouds anywhere. Firekube uses Weave Ignite to run Kubernetes on Firecracker. It pulls everything from Git and boots up a secure cluster in 2.5 minutes.
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.
Introducing WKSctl - a new open source tool for installing and managing Kubernetes using GitOps. Read this post to learn about its features, the reasons we created it, how it works, and how to get started.
The new release of the Weave Kubernetes Platform (WKP) makes it easy to build and deploy clusters and all their components using GitOps. In this post we'll examine the main features and why they're beneficial, looking at cluster add-ons and automating policy so that we can determine who can do what across multiple teams.
Introducing production ready clusters with GitOps. Instead of being held back by infrastructure bottlenecks, what if you can spin up a cluster when and where you need it with a choice of tools all managed with GitOps?
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.
Download this whitepaper to learn what cloud native technology looks like and what you need in order to make the shift to cloud native.
Join our upcoming webinar in collaboration with Packet and learn how you can manage enterprise Kubernetes with GitOps on Packet’s automated bare metal servers.
What do you need for a Kubernetes cluster before you can call it “production ready”? How do you define “production ready” and what does a “highly available” cluster mean anyway?
Scale and velocity are the main drivers behind Kubernetes adoption. Kubernetes allows companies today to run thousands of cloud native applications, including many stateful applications like databases. Find out how GitOps and Portworx helps manage your stateful applications.
More than just a CLI for cluster creation, EKSctl can manage and configure an entire cluster with GitOps. Anyone using Kubernetes in production knows the importance of configuration management.
Flux, the Kubernetes GitOps operator, has been accepted as a Sandbox project by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Built to drive Weaveworks’ own deployment pipeline, Flux operates by updating Kubernetes manifests, applying them, and then committing the change to git.
Download this whitepaper and learn how you can implement a secure and cost effective Kubernetes strategy across your organization without suppressing innovation and productivity.