Posts in 2016

  • Autoscaling in Kubernetes

    By Jerzy Szczepkowski (Google), Marcin Wielgus (Google) | Tuesday, July 12, 2016 in Blog

    Editor's note: this post is part of a series of in-depth articles on what's new in Kubernetes 1.3 Customers using Kubernetes respond to end user requests quickly and ship software faster than ever before. But what happens when you build a service …

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  • rktnetes brings rkt container engine to Kubernetes

    By Yifan Gu (CoreOS), Josh Wood (CoreOS) | Monday, July 11, 2016 in Blog

    Editor's note: this post is part of a series of in-depth articles on what's new in Kubernetes 1.3 As part of Kubernetes 1.3, we’re happy to report that our work to bring interchangeable container engines to Kubernetes is bearing early fruit. What we …

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  • Minikube: easily run Kubernetes locally

    By Dan Lorenc (Google) | Monday, July 11, 2016 in Blog

    Editor's note: This is the first post in a series of in-depth articles on what's new in Kubernetes 1.3 While Kubernetes is one of the best tools for managing containerized applications available today, and has been production-ready for over a year, …

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  • Five Days of Kubernetes 1.3

    Monday, July 11, 2016 in Blog

    Last week we released Kubernetes 1.3, two years from the day when the first Kubernetes commit was pushed to GitHub. Now 30,000+ commits later from over 800 contributors, this 1.3 releases is jam packed with updates driven by feedback from users. …

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  • Updates to Performance and Scalability in Kubernetes 1.3 -- 2,000 node 60,000 pod clusters

    By Wojciech Tyczynski (Google) | Thursday, July 07, 2016 in Blog

    We are proud to announce that with the release of version 1.3, Kubernetes now supports 2000-node clusters with even better end-to-end pod startup time. The latency of our API calls are within our one-second Service Level Objective (SLO) and most of …

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  • Kubernetes 1.3: Bridging Cloud Native and Enterprise Workloads

    By Aparna Sinha (Google) | Wednesday, July 06, 2016 in Blog

    Nearly two years ago, when we officially kicked off the Kubernetes project, we wanted to simplify distributed systems management and provide the core technology required to everyone. The community’s response to this effort has blown us away. Today, …

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  • Container Design Patterns

    By Brendan Burns (Google), David Oppenheimer (Google) | Tuesday, June 21, 2016 in Blog

    Kubernetes automates deployment, operations, and scaling of applications, but our goals in the Kubernetes project extend beyond system management -- we want Kubernetes to help developers, too. Kubernetes should make it easy for them to write the …

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  • The Illustrated Children's Guide to Kubernetes

    Thursday, June 09, 2016 in Blog

    Kubernetes is an open source project with a growing community. We love seeing the ways that our community innovates inside and on top of Kubernetes. Deis is an excellent example of company who understands the strategic impact of strong container …

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  • Bringing End-to-End Kubernetes Testing to Azure (Part 1)

    By Travis Newhouse (AppFormix) | Monday, June 06, 2016 in Blog

    At AppFormix, continuous integration testing is part of our culture. We see many benefits to running end-to-end tests regularly, including minimizing regressions and ensuring our software works together as a whole. To ensure a high quality experience …

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  • Hypernetes: Bringing Security and Multi-tenancy to Kubernetes

    By Harry Zhang (HyperHQ), Pengfei Ni (HyperHQ) | Tuesday, May 24, 2016 in Blog

    While many developers and security professionals are comfortable with Linux containers as an effective boundary, many users need a stronger degree of isolation, particularly for those running in a multi-tenant environment. Sadly, today, those users …

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