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Newsletter of Carlos Santana - Issue #11
Keeping it simple “News”, “Assets” and “Skills”
Hi everyone reading my newsletter here are the links and resources I collected this week. I hope everyone finds joy and happiness in live.
Are you a @nodejs developer? 🎸
Pain points with #Kubernetes or #Containers?💣 Live-reload and #debugging breakpoints remotely?🔥
Using the Kubernetes #REST API?🔑
#AllThingsOpen #ATO Oct.18, 11:45AM EST 🤹
All Things Open 2021 • October 17-19 • Raleigh, NC & Online — 2021.allthingsopen.org An open source conference for everyone
AnsibleFest is now live — www.ansible.com Join developers, administrators, and IT decision makers at AnsibleFest to explore ways that open source technologies can help you automate, innovate, and accelerate.
View the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 Schedule & Directory. Join the Slack Channel #4-kubecon-hallway-mix-and-mingle
New Google Cloud Deploy automates deploys to GKE | Google Cloud Blog — cloud.google.com The new Google Cloud Deploy managed services makes it easier to do continuous delivery to Google Kubernetes Engine, and soon, Anthos.
See Cloud Native Live: Trace-Based Testing with OpenTelemetry at CNCF CNCF Online Programs — community.cncf.io CNCF CNCF Online Programs presents Cloud Native Live: Trace-Based Testing with OpenTelemetry | Sep 29, 2021. Find event and ticket information.
I started a new trend to share at least one kubectl tip, I"m a heavy user of the CLI to get things working before I grab the manifest yaml or write a new helm chart to deploy to production with GitOps.
Carlos Santana 🇵🇷 on Twitter: "Kubectl tip of the day: You can create an ingress from CLI kubectl create ingress simple --rule="https://t.co/p7lemKi6QB" https://t.co/sROqtLZOXI" — twitter.com “Kubectl tip of the day: You can create an ingress from CLI kubectl create ingress simple --rule="https://t.co/p7lemKi6QB" https://t.co/sROqtLZOXI”
CAPI is getting a lot of attention lately in the Cloud Native community and things like EKS Anywhere, VMware Tanzu, and OpenShift takes advantage of this. I noticed this week they have great documentation website.
Introduction - The Cluster API Book Cluster API is a Kubernetes sub-project focused on providing declarative APIs and tooling to simplify provisioning, upgrading, and operating multiple Kubernetes clusters.
GitHub - kubernetes/node-problem-detector: This is a place for various problem detectors running on the Kubernetes nodes. — github.com This is a place for various problem detectors running on the Kubernetes nodes. - GitHub - kubernetes/node-problem-detector: This is a place for various problem detectors running on the Kubernetes nodes.
I think this approach of testing using tracing data for distributed systems will take popularity soon, stay tune to this approach.
I run a weekly meetup inside IBM about Cloud Native and DevOps, the members pointed out this week about Kubernetes User Interfaces (UI) here a few. Most of our work at IBM uses the OpenShift Web UI, but there are open source ones that you can use to tap into OpenShift or any Kubernetes cluster local or remote.
Visualize your Kubernetes workloads Octant is an open source developer-centric web interface for Kubernetes that lets you inspect a Kubernetes cluster and its applications.
K9s - Manage Your Kubernetes Clusters In Style K9s provides a terminal UI to interact with your Kubernetes clusters. The aim of this project is to make it easier to navigate, observe and manage your Kuber...
I really really enjoy listening what users of kubernetes do inside their companies, and specially the "platform/devops" teams. This time Fidelity share the tools and practices working with clusters on public and private clouds.
I would question the term in the title "Top" but I think is a good article and gives the pros and cons of some of the many CI/CD Tools available.
Top Open Source CI/CD Tools for Kubernetes to Know — cloud.redhat.com CI/CD tools designed to work with containers, and Kubernetes will differ from the traditional virtual machine. The Kubernetes orchestration capabilities allow greater flexibility in how you deploy, scale, and manage your containerized applications. Your CI/CD tools need to understand your workflows and enable your pipeline growth.