Up & Running Weekly #57
Weekly curated resources for DevOps & SRE professionals.
By Ivan Tim
5 minutes - We'll look into how the command works by examining the relevant code in kubectl, K8s API Server, Kubelet and the Container Runtime Interface (CRI) Docker API
By Bob Myers
13 minutes - Micro front-end architectures decompose a front-end app into semi-independent "microapps" working loosely together, making large projects more manageable.
By Tim Downey
13 minutes - Eventual consistency in Kubernetes and the real world. An exploration of desired state versus actual state in distributed systems.
By Tiago Ilieve
3 minutes - My Kubernetes Ansible setup - which is, to this date, still the easiest way to bootstrap an on-premises Kubernetes cluster - has a task that installs the packages tied to a specific Kubernetes version.
By Sameer Suresh
8 minutes - At Nextdoor we invest heavily in Redis, a highly-performant in-memory datastore, to power many of our services by providing low latency access to data..
By Scott Lowe
by Marcel Ryser
2 minutes - I noticed a disturbance while deploying applications to my cluster, as I was using PVC to provision volumes.
by Stuart Dotson
7 minutes - This is a cautionary tale, but also a tale full of redemption; a tale that will re-invigorate your faith in software engineers and their ability to solve complex problems.
by Tom Bentley
23 minutes - For too long our Kafka Connect story hasn’t been quite as "Kubernetes-native" as it could have been.
More real-world reports:
- Infinite metric retention with Thanos - 4 min.
- K8s security monitoring at scale with Sysdig Falco - 12 min.
- Build a Linux desktop for cloud native development - 13 min.
By Alex Ellis
10 minutes - To say that service-mesh is a controversial area of cloud computing, would be an understatement, learn how deploying Istio doesn't mean needing 32GB of RAM.
By Karen Bruner
8 minutes - We will present an introduction into the complexities of Kubernetes networking by following the journey of an HTTP request to a service running on a basic Kubernetes cluster.
By Georg Ledermann
8 minutes - Many of the Rails applications I build these days are deployed as Docker images. Unfortunately, building Docker images usually takes a long time. This article describes how the build process can be accelerated by a factor of 2-3.
By Benjamin Tan Wei Hao
4 minutes - Benjamin Tan walks through how he sets up an on-premise machine learning pipeline with open-source tools and frameworks.
By Christian Posta
8 minutes - This post may not be able to break through the noise around API Gateways and Service Mesh. However, it’s 2020 and there is still abundant confusion around these topics.
By Rick Richardson
8 minutes - Time to scale Kubernetes. Figure out business and technical planning to do it right. Three series blog post. Part 1: Justify it to your CIO.
- Using graph algorithms to optimize Kafka ops - 7 min.
- Introducing NodePort Service in Kubernetes - 11 min.
- Ideal JVM thread pool size with K8s and Docker - 8 min.
- Build a real-time big data pipeline - Part 1: Kafka - 8 min.
By Christine Dodrill
11 minutes - I needed a tool to help me manage Terraform as well as create Kubernetes manifests from a template, at scale.
By Sergey Nuzhdin
5 minutes -Getting started with Agola. Initial setup and integration with Github, Gitlab and Gitea.
By Gunter Rotsaert
6 minutes -Skaffold is a command line tool developed by Google which aims to facilitate continuous development for Kubernetes applications. It will automate the task of building and deploying to a Kubernetes cluster whereas you, as a developer, can stay focused on writing code.
By André Praça
10 minutes - Smartly open-sources Oats (OpenApi-TypeScript): a library it uses to facilitate calling and creating HTTP APIs while validating types at compile-time and runtime.
By Rick Branson
8 minutes - There’s an unfortunate thing that inevitably follows the successful rollout of an incident management and post-mortem process within software engineering teams— someone will inevitably propose what seems like common sense.
By David Heinemeier Hansson
4 minutes - One of the great tragedies of modern web development over the last five years or so has been the irrational exuberance for microservices. The idea that making a single great web application had simply become too hard, but if we broke that app up into many smaller apps, it’d all be much easier. Turned out, surprise-surprise, that it mostly wasn’t.
By Mehdi Yedes
8 minutes - Useful tips and learning resources for preparing and passing the Certified Kubernetes Administrator(CKA) exam
By Cindy Sridharan
12 minutes - For the past few years, I’ve been publishing a list of my favorite tech talks from the previous year.
Sendil Kumar (Uber) - Easy microservices with K8s + Istio
Duration: 54 minutes
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