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Ivan Fetch is a Site Reliability Engineer at Fairwinds.

3 minute read
| September 20, 2022

Kubernetes Policy Engine, Polaris: A General Preview of New Checks

Polaris is an open source policy engine for Kubernetes that validates and remediates Kubernetes resources. It includes 30+ built in configuration policies and the ability to... Read More
5 minute read
| June 10, 2021

Meeting the Challenges of Kubernetes Multi-cluster Management

Whether you are looking to separate security boundaries, isolate the impact of a scary configuration change, scale applications closer to customers, achieve data sovereignty,... Read More
9 minute read
| December 3, 2020

Operate Kubernetes in a Multi-Cluster, Multi-Cloud World

When operating multiple Kubernetes clusters across multiple cloud accounts, how can you work efficiently while minimizing accidental changes? In this post, I’ll share some... Read More
4 minute read
| June 23, 2020

Why Infrastructure as Code and Kubernetes

Infrastructure as code is the ability to provision and manage infrastructure using a configuration language. Infrastructure as code (IAC) brings the repeatability,... Read More
4 minute read
| April 14, 2020

Kubernetes Best Practices for Reliability

Many adopters of Kubernetes attempt to capitalize on 100% of the existing infrastructure automation technology that predates cloud native applications and Kubernetes, such as... Read More
1 minute read
| October 15, 2019

How-to-Kube: Use Helm to Manage Apps

In this segment, Fairwinds SRE, Ivan Fetch, shows you how to use helm to manage applications in Kubernetes. He also demonstrates the Polaris Webhook. Read More
1 minute read
| August 22, 2019

How-to-Kube: Services

Site Reliability Engineer, Ivan Fetch, explains how to use services to expose pods and help applications communicate within Kubernetes. He'll describe three types of... Read More
7 minute read
| April 17, 2019

Help Improve Your Kubectl Command With Plugins

You can add features to the kubectl Kubernetes command-line tool using plugins. Create kubectl sub-commands to add custom functionality while maintaining a cohesive... Read More
18 minute read
| March 11, 2019

Upgrade cert-manager - It’s Worth It!

The cert-manager project Automatically provisions and renews through TLS certificate management in Kubernetes. It supports using your own certificate authority, self signed... Read More