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Danielle Cook is a technical writer at Fairwinds.

6 minute read
| September 22, 2022

3 Things to Know about FinOps and Kubernetes

Recently I undertook the FinOps Foundation training and became certified. If you are looking to expand your FinOps knowledge, I’d highly recommend it. The training is vast... Read More
4 minute read
| September 13, 2022

KubeCrash is Back! The KubeCon Detroit Warm-up

I’m so excited to be part of the second KubeCrash happening virtually this year in preparation for KubeCon Detroit. Alongside other great open source contributors -... Read More
6 minute read
| September 8, 2022

Kubernetes Security, Cost Avoidance and Policy Go Hand in Hand

Kubernetes security continues to be one of the biggest concerns for organizations adopting the technology. Security teams are learning Kubernetes while DevOps and developers... Read More
7 minute read
| August 24, 2022

FinOps "Crawl, Walk, Run" Maturity Model Applied to Kubernetes

FinOps has become an increasingly popular goal of many organizations. It helps to unite financial teams and cloud operations teams across organizations to speak the same... Read More
10 minute read
| August 23, 2022

5 Ways to Make Your Dev Teams (Using Kubernetes) Love You

As an engineering leader, you have a choice: you can make decisions constantly that drive everyone mad, or you can make your developers love you by enabling them to do the... Read More
7 minute read
| May 16, 2022

3 Things to Look Forward to at KubeCon EU

This week, the cloud native community will come together in Valencia, Spain for the first time, in person, since KubeCon in Barcelona in 2019. As an attendee of many KubeCons... Read More
5 minute read
| April 14, 2022

What Does it Really Cost to Fix Your Kubernetes Clusters?

Organizations adopting Kubernetes to increase the speed of software development are consistently encountering the same problem—a steep cost to repair defects and... Read More
5 minute read
| April 6, 2022

KubeCrash: Cloud Native Crash Courses

KubeCrash is a new virtual KubeCon co-located event for those who can’t attend KubeCon in person or are in “timezone-left-behinds.” Created by five companies with Kubernetes... Read More
13 minute read
| March 22, 2022

Clover, PagerDuty and Fairwinds: Enabling Developers on Kubernetes

Listen as Rishi Malik from Clover Network, Tristan Bates from PagerDuty, Kendall Miller from Fairwinds and Danielle Cook from Fairwinds moderates a discussion on Kubernetes... Read More
3 minute read
| January 15, 2022

Kubernetes DevOps Tip #7: Cost of Repair in Development vs. Production

One of the main benefits about Kubernetes is the platform’s ability to increase the speed of development. By using microservices and containers, development happens faster.... Read More
4 minute read
| December 21, 2021

How to Set the Right Kubernetes Resource Limits

Kubernetes is a dynamic system that automatically adapts to your workload’s resource utilization.  Read More
4 minute read
| November 11, 2021

What does the Great Resignation Have to Do with Kubernetes?

In the spring of 2021, the number of workers who quit their jobs in a single month broke an all-time US record. Economists studying the situation called it the “Great... Read More