The best Kubernetes tutorials. Includes the basics of cluster management, apps/containers deployments, cluster networking, & advanced tutorials
Zombie capacity is any infrastructure piece that looks like it’s doing something, but in reality, is lying unused and should be killed.
We have been using Kubernetes for more than a year now and what I’m sharing here are some highlights. Feel free to ask questions about your specific situation. I’ll be happy to share how we solved similar problems in our infrastructure.
I’m providing in this post a high-level overview of different scalability mechanisms inside Kubernetes and best ways to make them serve your needs.
The goal of DevOps is to develop and deliver infrastructure at a faster pace. This means breaking down silos and streamlining repetitive tasks. By automating processes traditionally handled manually, engineers can deploy code and provision infrastructure more rapidly and reliably.
How to avoid the three most common mistakes many organizations make when they implement Docker containers for the first time.
If your organization is still dealing with the provisioning headaches of traditional VM architecture, it’s probably time to make the switch to containers. Here are three key operational issues to keep an eye out for as you make the switch to containerized architecture.
Containers present many advantages over traditional VM architecture, but they also come with a number of risks. Here’s an overview of a smart approach to Docker security, from Mohamed Ahmed, Founder and CEO of Magalix.
Containers have completely changed the web development game. Ever since the release of Docker in March 2013, the concept of running services inside containers
What Is The Health Probe Pattern? When you’re designing a mission-critical, highly-available application,
We’ve all been there. You learned the basics of Kubernetes, Pods, ReplicaSets, Deployments, Services, etc.