V3.0 Loft Gets a New Look
We are excited to announce that Loft v3 comes with our biggest UI update yet, geared towards making your experience managing Loft as streamlined as possible.
Getting the most out of your Delivery Pipeline with Loft & Argo CD
About five years after Jez Humble and David Harley released their book on Continuous Delivery, Kubernetes entered the public stage and with it, a new way to think about server management hit the mainstream.
Leveraging Namespaces for Cost Optimization with Kubernetes
Kubernetes is a powerful container orchestration system that’s widely used in the industry today. It has many features that make it attractive to organizations, including its ability to automatically scale containerized workloads and automate deployments.
Adding External Links to Your Spaces and Virtual Clusters
You can now add hyperlinks for your Virtual Cluster and Spaces resources. This is a great way to attach relevant external link information to your respective clusters.
Native Loft ArgoCD Integration
We are excited to announce that Loft v3 includes a deep integration with ArgoCD. For organizations embracing the declarative GitOps CD model either by already using ArgoCD or looking to implement ArgoCD, Loft has made it seamless for your ArgoCD pipelines to deploy into Loft managed virtual clusters and spaces.
Application Syncing through Templates
Do you want to give your teams the ability to easily spin up your organization’s applications? Do you need a way to manage this plethora of applications in a scalable, uniform fashion?
Managing virtual clusters, spaces, and apps just got easier, as you can now version control your templates and apps by assigning them semantic version numbers (e.
Resource Management with Projects
Loft V3.0 comes with a new construct to group your virtual cluster and spaces across several clusters into “projects”, giving platform teams an easier way to manage and organize their team’s resources.
The Definitive Guide to Development Environments
The Definitive Guide to Development Environments What Is a Development Environment? The development environment is a workplace where the collection of processes and tools help you to develop the program source code.
Introducing: Lightweight, Ephemeral and Local k8s Clusters
Tl;DR: For a 5-minute video demo of the new vcluster extension for Docker Desktop, scroll to the bottom of this post. Developing applications designed to run on Kubernetes can be a pain, especially if you switch between multiple applications that depend on different existing services.
Implementing Hot Reloading in Kubernetes
Engineers have always tried to make developing applications as easy as possible. Over time, many different languages and frameworks have implemented hot reloading functionality, such as nodemon in Node.