Kubernetes Heart Strokes #2
"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...