Working remotely has its own set of challenges but it also has its perks. The time you are saving on getting ready in the morning and commuting to work, you can now spend on sipping a cup of coffee and watching one of our webinars on demand, connect with us at one of our live events or catch up with our online user group.
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.
We recently conducted a short video interview to get to know Weaveworks CTO, Cornelia Davis, a bit better and understand her view on the industry, including what she’s been working on since joining a few months ago.
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).
Weaveworks has partnered with Oblong Trees, a UK-based non-profit organization, whose mission is to help organizations offset their carbon emissions by planting trees all over the world. We feel it’s important that we reduce our carbon footprint and do more to combat climate change and help improve our planet.
We're happy to announce the first release candidate of Flagger 1.0! Version 1.0 comes with the promise of a stable API. The canary resource is no longer alpha and the API has been extended to facilitate integrations with external monitoring systems and alerting platforms.
Bottlerocket OS is a secure, fast and easy to manage, Linux-based operating system. With EKS as the cluster control plane, Bottlerocket instances join the cluster as workers. It also works out of the box with one of our GitOps models, Fork Clone Run.
Join us for an upcoming webinar with Pure Storage and find out how you can join and participate in two different talks with the Weave Online User Group (WOUG) this month.
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.
In part 1 we broke down the key components of the move that need consideration. We also linked to described all of the public cloud cost calculators to help you estimate expenses. In this post, we’ll take a closer look and discuss why you need to distinguish between CapEx and OpEx expenses.
Migrating an on-premises data center to cloud-based infrastructure is trickier than it seems. This post explains what the most common pitfalls are that can get in the way of achieving a successful cloud migration.
We look at the 2019 State of DevOps report which surveyed more than 3,000 DevOps practitioners across different industries. The focus of the report was on how an improvement in security measures can assist release velocity.
InfoQ, the magazine for professional software development, and Christian Melendez recently conducted an interview with the Weaveworks team on the WKSctl project. WKSctl is an open source tool that can be used to create and manage developer and production ready Kubernetes clusters from git.
Learn how to automate an entire machine learning pipeline with GitOps using GitHub Actions. The tutorial makes use of the Kubeflow Automated PipeLines Engine or KALE, introduces a novel way to version trained models and describes how to progressively deliver trained models.