Posts in 2015

  • Creating a Raspberry Pi cluster running Kubernetes, the shopping list (Part 1)

    Wednesday, November 25, 2015 in Blog

    At Devoxx Belgium and Devoxx Morocco, Ray Tsang and I showed a Raspberry Pi cluster we built at Quintor running HypriotOS, Docker and Kubernetes. For those who did not see the talks, you can check out an abbreviated version of the demo or the full …

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  • Monitoring Kubernetes with Sysdig

    Thursday, November 19, 2015 in Blog

    Today we’re sharing a guest post by Chris Crane from Sysdig about their monitoring integration into Kubernetes. Kubernetes offers a full environment to write scalable and service-based applications. It takes care of things like container grouping, …

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  • One million requests per second: Dependable and dynamic distributed systems at scale

    Wednesday, November 11, 2015 in Blog

    Recently, I’ve gotten in the habit of telling people that building a reliable service isn’t that hard. If you give me two Compute Engine virtual machines, a Cloud Load balancer, supervisord and nginx, I can create you a static web service that will …

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  • Kubernetes 1.1 Performance upgrades, improved tooling and a growing community

    Monday, November 09, 2015 in Blog

    Author: David Aronchick (Google) Since the Kubernetes 1.0 release in July, we’ve seen tremendous adoption by companies building distributed systems to manage their container clusters. We’re also been humbled by the rapid growth of the community who …

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  • Kubernetes as Foundation for Cloud Native PaaS

    Tuesday, November 03, 2015 in Blog

    With Kubernetes continuing to gain momentum as a critical tool for building and scaling container based applications, we’ve been thrilled to see a growing number of platform as a service (PaaS) offerings adopt it as a foundation. PaaS developers have …

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  • Some things you didn’t know about kubectl

    Wednesday, October 28, 2015 in Blog

    kubectl is the command line tool for interacting with Kubernetes clusters. Many people use it every day to deploy their container workloads into production clusters. But there’s more to kubectl than just kubectl create -f or kubectl rolling-update. …

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  • Kubernetes Performance Measurements and Roadmap

    Thursday, September 10, 2015 in Blog

    No matter how flexible and reliable your container orchestration system is, ultimately, you have some work to be done, and you want it completed quickly. For big problems, a common answer is to just throw more machines at the problem. After all, more …

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  • Using Kubernetes Namespaces to Manage Environments

    Friday, August 28, 2015 in Blog

    One of the advantages that Kubernetes provides is the ability to manage various environments easier and better than traditional deployment strategies. For most nontrivial applications, you have test, staging, and production environments. You can spin …

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  • Weekly Kubernetes Community Hangout Notes - July 31 2015

    Tuesday, August 04, 2015 in Blog

    Every week the Kubernetes contributing community meet virtually over Google Hangouts. We want anyone who's interested to know what's discussed in this forum. Here are the notes from today's meeting: Private Registry Demo - Muhammed Run …

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  • The Growing Kubernetes Ecosystem

    Friday, July 24, 2015 in Blog

    Over the past year, we’ve seen fantastic momentum in the Kubernetes project, culminating with the release of Kubernetes v1 earlier this week. We’ve also witnessed the ecosystem around Kubernetes blossom, and wanted to draw attention to some of the …

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