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3 minute read
| March 25, 2020

Kubernetes 1.18.0 is out: Now What?

The latest Kubernetes version is now available. You can find a complete list of updates and bug fixes in the changelog. Major topics for the release include deprecations, ... Read More
3 minute read
| March 20, 2020

How to Kube: KMS Secrets

Security is a top concern for anyone on the web, but especially for those using Kubernetes. Without any pre-configured security settings on the platform, it's up to you to... Read More
5 minute read
| March 3, 2020

The Journey from Heroku to Kubernetes in 5 Steps

Using Heroku is like living in a fancy housing development with an HOA; it’s safe, predictable, structured — and comes at a premium. Read More
4 minute read
| February 20, 2020

Kubernetes Strategies to Make Your Team More Efficient

Applications have numerous stakeholders — and sometimes those stakeholders come into conflict. Read More
4 minute read
| January 29, 2020

Optimizing Development Operations to Overcome Employee Turnover

When the DevOps Director leaves your company, they take their knowledge of your development operations infrastructure with them. If your DevOps infrastructure is not... Read More
4 minute read
| December 20, 2019

Container Orchestration Essentials

So you've decided Kubernetes as a container orchestration system is the right move for your application. Congratulations and welcome. You've made the right decision and... Read More
3 minute read
| December 17, 2019

Cluster Health Checkup: Reliability

A Site Reliability Engineer cares a lot about reliability in a Kubernetes environment, as you might have guessed from the job title. Reliability is important to a software... Read More
6 minute read
| December 12, 2019

How-to Address Kubernetes Cluster Security

Building a working, reliable Kubernetes cluster is hard. Building it securely is even harder. Often the easiest way to get things working is to ignore security... Read More
8 minute read
| December 6, 2019

Running stateful application workloads in Kubernetes

One of the most common questions we get from clients and prospective clients is, "Will you run our database in Kubernetes"? Typically our answer is "No, and you probably... Read More
4 minute read
| November 13, 2019

How to Create, View and Destroy a Pod in Kubernetes

  In our How-to-Kube series, we’d like to begin by covering the pod basics. Like service, volume, and namespace, a pod is a basic Kubernetes object. A pod is the smallest... Read More
7 minute read
| September 9, 2019

Migrating from Heroku to Kubernetes via GKE

Leveraging a Platform as a Service (PaaS) is a great way to quickly build, innovate, and deploy a new product or service. By leveraging a PaaS vendor’s servers, load... Read More
4 minute read
| July 16, 2019

Zero to SRE: Day One for Your Junior Engineer

This will be a three-part blog series on developing junior engineers for organizational leaders who shape the culture of your company such as CTOs, engineering VPs and,... Read More
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