Weaveworks Developer Experience engineer, Stefan Prodan (@stefanprodan), recently posted a tutorial on the Google Cloud Platform blog describing how to use Flagger and Istio to automate canary style deployments to Kubernetes.
Join Weaveworks and Snyk in an online webinar to learn why the typical CICD pipeline can be insecure and how by applying a GitOps in combination with Snyk’s automated vulnerability solution can protect you.
Delivering quality at speed is the goal of every software development team. GitOps is a proven operating model to safely and securely make updates to complex applications running in Kubernetes. Download our guide and start automating your development pipeline today.
Hiring for software engineering jobs and more! The Weaveworks team is growing. We’re looking for candidates knowledgeable in Kubernetes who are passionate about cloud native applications, CI/CD pipelines, and customer satisfaction to join our amazing team.
What do we mean by a feedback and control loop? Find out how built-in observability is essential to GitOps.
Keep your workloads running efficiently in Kubernetes by correctly setting the request and limits on your deployments as well as the appropriate Quality of Service classes for your pods.
Monitoring is crucial for any developer and on call engineer. But sorting through multiple notifications or missing critical information for a quick resolution is no fun. This blog post recaps a KubeCon lightning talk that demonstrates using labels in Prometheus alertmanager to only receive concise and easy to understand notifications.
At a recent Continuous Lifecycle conference in Mannheim, Alexis Richardson led the opening keynote: “Cloud Native Transformation - the past, present and future”. After a short history tour about the term and meaning of cloud native, he discussed how the cloud native revolution introduced new ways or operating infrastructure and applications. Watch the full talk.
Pods are fundamental to Kubernetes orchestration. Understanding how to design and optimize pods for Kubernetes is the first step towards creating a secure, stable, and efficient service in Kubernetes.