Want to catch up on all things Kubernetes? Interested to learn on the progress being made, but not sure where to start?
Check out this neat set of curated videos on Kubernetes that covers everything from general topics, to the status of how both the project & community are progressing.
You’ll also learn about the features being made available and worked on in v1.2, as well as, what neat ideas are in the pipeline for the future!
In this post we will be recapping the resurgence of the Kubernetes SoCal Meetup which took place yesterday evening in Los Angeles, California.
We will not only cover the highlights from the great talks and conversation that took place, but we want to experiment with the idea of shining the spotlight on the various Kubernetes “chapters” and vibrant communities from around the globe.
In this segment, we want to take a step back from all of the in-depth technical details, and assess why it is that containers, Kubernetes, and the paradigm it presents, is worth using & integrating into your stack.
Our aim is to provide you with a holistic view of how you should be thinking about and visualizing your infrastructure, and to get to the root of the topic: why does Kubernetes matter?
Happy Pi Day Kubernauts!
In this segment, we will be celebrating & honoring Pi Day by enriching your understanding of the various Volumes types that Kubernetes supports, and how they compare amongst one another.
Coming fresh out of KubeCon in London last week, we also want to give you a quick update as to how the conference unfolded and how this pertains to our deep-dive into Volumes.
Without further ado, lets take a bite out of Kubernetes Volumes (and pie) to celebrate not just mathematics, but technology too!
In this installment, we will be covering the third and final component that operates CoreKube, and that is the
corekube/cert-renew project that we left out from our initial post: Building CoreKube on Kubernetes - Part #1.
If you haven’t read Part #1 yet, now is a great time to do so!
We plan on covering the
corekube/cert-renew project at a fair-length, as well as how we leverage various other components of the Kubernetes project to assist in the renewal of our SSL/TLS certs from LetsEncrypt.org.
CoreKube was built with the intention of educating the container and Kuberentes communities by showcasing the Kubernetes project’s feature-rich environment, including its versatility around design & management of applications, not machines.
We figured that there was no better way to begin this journey than to build, run & manage the CoreKube site on Kubernetes, and to share our experiences & findings with the community.
Since we plan on walking through various topics, we’re going to frame this post as a multi-part series to facilitate following along with both the architecture behind CoreKube, as well as the applied Kubernetes concepts.
Without further ado, let’s begin.