Don’t miss our upcoming webinar on an Introduction to Kubernetes Security with Liz Rice, of Aqua and Brice Fernandes, Weaveworks engineer.
If you’re using Visual Studio, now you can visualize and troubleshoot deployments and workloads with the Weave Scope Kubernetes Tools extension from your IDE. This gives you a single workflow without having to context-switch between applications.
Flagger and Weave Cloud now supports the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) API for advanced deployments like canary to Kubernetes. SMI is an open project started in partnership with Microsoft, Buoyant, HashiCorp, Solo, F5, Red Hat, and WeaveWorks.
Flagger automates traffic routing between canary deployments, reducing the risk of app downtime. This allows your team to confidently test and rollout innovative new features more frequently. This tutorial walks you through setting up Istio on a Kubernetes cluster, automating canary and A/B deployments with GitOps pipelines.
Progressive Delivery across clouds and service meshes using Weave Flagger with Service Mesh Hub and SuperGloo
Weave Flagger is now integrated with SuperGloo. That means, you can download Weave Flagger from Solo.io’s Service Mesh Hub, a mesh extension catalogue and instantly have progressive delivery capabilities with the service mesh of your choice.
Starting down the cloud native path can be challenging. You need to learn new technologies like Kubernetes, the ecosystem of tools that support it, and a whole new way of working. Companies who successfully transition will benefit with an increase in velocity, scalability and innovation.
The Weaveworks team is heading to KubeCon Europe 2019 in Barcelona! We’ve got speaking sessions on GitOps, a hands-on workshop, and more. Visit us at Booth S18 to meet the team and see what’s new!
Although many organizations have made the shift to cloud native, many are still wading through the tools, workflows and organizational issues that come with making the change. Learn more in this Podcast on the necessary tools for cloud native.
Learn how you can use Kubernetes built-in liveness and readiness probes to manage and control the health of your applications.
Weaveworks is one of a subset of providers that exclusively focuses on Kubernetes as an orchestration approach. The company spotlights improving the pipeline elements of the developer experience, helping with platforms that can enable best practice on operating Kubernetes and cloud-native platforms.
Learn to deploy and manage production ready Kubernetes in a day with these two upcoming hands-on workshops taught by Weaveworks engineers.
Daniel Holbach recently spent time with the MayaData team in Bangalore. Learn about the new features the MayaData team contributed to Weave Scope.
Weaveworks is proud to announce our progressive delivery solution for AWS App Mesh built on Weave Cloud! With AWS App Mesh, Weave Cloud, and Weaveworks’ open source progressive delivery tool, Weave Flagger, it is possible to perform progressive delivery via canary deployments with the click of a button.
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Are you just starting on your digital transformation journey and still wondering what cloud native is, and why you need it? This new article discusses the key takeaways to know about the term cloud native.