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Deep Dive: Deployment Automation for Applications on Kubernetes (Part 2)

Mar 18, 2020 by Philipp Strube

This post is the second part of a series. Read the first part here.

In the first part of this deep dive, we looked at kubectl and how it is a quick and easy way to do deployments but how certain edge cases make it difficult to build robust automation on top of it. In this second part, we want to take a look at using Kustomize and Terraform for application deployment automation, and why we need both.

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Deep Dive: Deployment Automation for Applications on Kubernetes (Part 1)

Mar 18, 2020 by Philipp Strube

This post is the first part of a series. Read the second part here.

Kubectl, if only by being the official CLI, is certainly the most popular way of interacting with Kubernetes clusters. And running kubectl apply is a convenient way to be able to work on the desired state in local files and sync it with a cluster.

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Takeaways from the CNCF’s Latest Annual Report

Jan 30, 2020 by Heather Joslyn

The Cloud Native community continues to spread rapidly, according to the 2019 annual report released by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) this month. Given the more than 5,000 words contained in the document, we’re saving you some time by pulling out a few highlights.

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Cloud Native Education Isn't Just for Engineers

Jan 23, 2020 by Russell Trow

For anyone that has been engaged in the big trend towards the containerisation of software applications, and the move to elastic, on-demand infrastructure, you'll know how important getting skilled up in the technology is. It's not just Docker and Kubernetes that needs mastering; there's a whole 'landscape' of tech that needs to be mastered in order to successfully run production-grade containerised workloads.

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More Public Kubernetes Courses Coming in 2020

Jan 21, 2020 by Russell Trow

This year, Container Solutions will continue to offer training in Kubernetes to the general public through its partnership with Amazic, a Dutch company that specialises in DevOps training. Registration is open now for classes that start in Utrecht in February.

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