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7 Kubernetes Companies to Watch in 2022
Jan 11, 2022 | 8 Minute Read

Happy New Year and welcome to 2022. The Kubernetes space continues to explode, and I thought I’d share a shortlist of some companies that I’ll be keeping an eye on this year.

Kubernetes 1.23 Release
Dec 8, 2021 | 3 Minute Read

The Kubernetes 1.23 release was shipped on December 7. It’s the final release of 2021. There are a ton of improvements in 1.23. You get more details from the official blog post and the changelog.

Using Kubernetes Ephemeral Containers for Troubleshooting
Dec 1, 2021 | 6 Minute Read

Containers and the ecosystem around them changed how engineers deploy, maintain, and troubleshoot workloads. But debugging an application on a Kubernetes cluster can be daunting at times, as you might not find the tools you need in the container.

Kubernetes StatefulSet - Examples & Best Practices
Nov 23, 2021 | 11 Minute Read

Are you planning to deploy a database in the Kubernetes cluster? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. Kubernetes is a container orchestration tool that uses many controllers to run applications as containers (Pods).

Kubernetes Cost Monitoring With Kubecost
Nov 9, 2021 | 7 Minute Read

Kubernetes has taken the software development world by storm. It gives you an excellent framework to deploy your application with and abstracts away the low-level details of the underlying infrastructure.

Kubernetes NGINX Ingress: 10 Useful Configuration Options
Nov 8, 2021 | 8 Minute Read

An ingress is a Kubernetes object that provides routing rules that are used for managing external access to the services in a cluster. Ingress makes it easy to define routing rules, paths, name-based virtual hosting, domains or subdomains, and tons of other functionalities for dynamically accessing your applications.

Kubernetes Persistent Volumes: Examples & Best Practices
Nov 3, 2021 | 12 Minute Read

Kubernetes has many advantages; among them is the ability to easily create and delete workloads as containers. When using stateful applications, care must be taken when handling data.

Kubernetes Horizontal Pod Autoscaling
Oct 26, 2021 | 10 Minute Read

One of the most powerful features of Kubernetes is autoscaling, as it’s vital that we find the correct balance when scaling resources in our infrastructures. Scale up more than needed, and you will have unused resources which you must pay for.

High-Velocity Engineering with Virtual Kubernetes Clusters
Oct 25, 2021 | 8 Minute Read

Kubernetes, an open-source container-orchestration system for automating your application deployment, scaling, and management, has matured so much recently that it’s expanded beyond its original operations usage and will likely continue to do so.

KubeCon 2021 Los Angeles Wrapup
Oct 21, 2021 | 17 Minute Read

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021 was held October 13-15 in Los Angeles, California. It was a hybrid event, meaning people attended both in person and virtually.

Checklist for Platform Engineers
Oct 12, 2021 | 6 Minute Read

The way we do business has drastically changed over the past few decades as more industries go digital. More fault-tolerant and highly scalable systems, quicker responses to defects, and frequent upgrades call for accelerated delivery and increased productivity from our development teams.

Kubernetes CRDs: Custom Resource Definitions
Oct 5, 2021 | 8 Minute Read

Kubernetes is a powerful tool with a lot of functionality, but sometimes you might need to extend that functionality to suit your use case better. This is where Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) come in.

Kubernetes Admission Controllers: What They Are and Why They Matter
Sep 20, 2021 | 8 Minute Read

With Kubernetes becoming the gold standard for advanced container orchestration, it’s also become necessary to use extensions that work alongside Kubernetes to provide security and modularity.

Kubernetes Probes: Startup, Liveness, Readiness
Feb 15, 2021 | 7 Minute Read

Kubernetes has been disruptive due to the scalability, velocity, portability, and observability it adds to cloud deployments. While it brings a whole ecosystem of great features and options and eases complex deployment, it also has its own challenges.

Kubernetes Startup Probes - Examples & Common Pitfalls
Feb 9, 2021 | 6 Minute Read

Kubernetes brought an excellent deployment platform to work on. Even monolithic applications can be run in a container. For some of these monolithic applications and for some microservices, a slow start is a problem.

Kubernetes Liveness Probes - Examples & Common Pitfalls
Feb 2, 2021 | 7 Minute Read

Kubernetes has disrupted traditional deployment methods and has become very popular. Although it is a great platform to deploy to, it brings complexity and challenges as well.

Kubernetes Readiness Probes - Examples & Common Pitfalls
Jan 11, 2021 | 8 Minute Read

Kubernetes is a great platform to deploy our microservices and applications to. One of the excellent features is that pods are restarted or removed from a service when they don’t work correctly.

Kubernetes CRDs = Huge Pain In Multi-Tenant Clusters
Dec 9, 2020 | 9 Minute Read

Kubernetes multi-tenancy provides a number of business and technical advantages over single-tenant clusters. However, multi-tenancy also brings several challenges and pain points with it, one of which is handling Kubernetes custom resource definitions (CRDs).

Kubernetes: Why Boring Clusters Are Better Clusters
Nov 11, 2020 | 7 Minute Read

The Kubernetes and cloud-native ecosystem has become very complex over time. The best illustration for this is probably the CNCF Landscape that currently contains about 1,500 cards.

Why Adopting Kubernetes Is Not The Solution
Sep 7, 2020 | 8 Minute Read

Kubernetes is everywhere. You can easily get this feeling if you hear about one of its many impressive adoption figures. Does that mean that Kubernetes has reached its “final stage” and already brings all its benefits to the companies using it?

Is Kubernetes Still Just an Ops Topic?
Jul 14, 2020 | 6 Minute Read

The idea for the container orchestrator Kubernetes is clearly stemming from infrastructure and operations challenges. How can I provide software at massive scale? How can I make it run in many datacenters around the world?

The Journey of Adopting Cloud-Native Development
Jul 2, 2020 | 11 Minute Read

Adopting Kubernetes is a process that many companies are currently going through. The introduction of Kubernetes as infrastructure technology can take some time. (It took almost 2 years for Tinder to complete its migration to Kubernetes.

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