Kubernetes Heart Strokes #2

Kubernetes communities are so numerous and wide now, nobody can keep up. You will find gems in conferences, channels, groups every day. Check out Kubeweekly.com for yourself, if you are not yet convinced. What we love about Kubernetes is that more and more people are committing to it every day. They are developing code, sharing ideas, hacking the cloud native system. It is sparkling!

"Kubernetes Heart Strokes" outlines what we have loved this week. It points promising and exciting content. Maybe not what is important, but definitely what is fun. #2 covers from January 14th to 20th, 2018...

This Week's Top 5 Articles, Blogs and Videos

  • The Gravity of Kubernetes gives an interesting perspective about Kubernetes... Going from 2016 and the container orchestration debate to the distributed multi-cloud marketplace and framework it could become! It pushes to the science-fictional dream of making the deployment of distributed systems... ough... easy!
  • Running CoreDNS as a Forwarder in Kubernetes digs into the setup and configuration of a Raspberry PIs Kubernetes cluster and how to connect it into DNS with CoreDNS. It explores some of the problems of exposing services to the wild
  • The Death of Microservice Madness in 2018. We will probably get a lot of those "microservices suck" articles and posts this year... However this article digs quite deep, points some of the real challenges and remains balanced. A must read, unless you consider "microservices suck" articles all suck.
  • Embark on a journey from monoliths to microservices references a Google white-paper that presents the monolith shortcomings and provides ideas about how to deploy them to the cloud. Considering "de-constructing" your monolith?
  • Scaling Kubernetes to 2,500 Nodes presents the issues faced by OpenAI when scaling their Kubernetes implementation to 2500 nodes...

From Twitter


Read the Code

Github.com is amazing, as always, when it comes to Kubernetes, Docker or related projects ; If you don't know those projects yet, you might want to have a look at them.

See you next week

If you've seen something worth mentioning this week, feel free to comment this post. Happy reading and we wish we will have you next week too...


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