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Brian Grant Aug 1
PSA: Use pod resource requests to prevent too many pods from being scheduled on the same node, resource limits to ensure containers don't use unlimited amounts of resources, and LimitRange to apply minimum and maximum requests and limits to each pod within a namespace
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Jetstack 43m
Intermediate in practice bonus feature: production disaster recovery workshop! Aka a real fire alarm in torrential rain...and then straight back to it with a control plane deep dive from a slightly damp
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Karl Isenberg Aug 10
The API is relatively elegant and easy to extend, but it’s still a wrapper around etcd. You still shouldn’t store relational, volatile, time series, or fast read/write data in a key/value database designed to optimize for distributed consistency.
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dekt Aug 14
A great experience on a prospect call: 1. "give us !" 2. "We need to build all this ourselves on top of ?" 3. "We get it, is great, but it's not a dev platform" 4. "can you re-explain this PAS thingi"
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Liz Rice Aug 11
Finally got my hands on one of these t-shirts
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Kubernetes Aug 9
Interested in storage? Read up on "Dynamically Expanding Volume with and ," via Orain Xiong 📄🔗
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Dan Garfield 9h
The meetup in Seattle is straight up out of control!
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Ben Kehoe Aug 1
What's the container/ conference that would be most likely to accept a talk about how k8s is not the future? I kind of want to go into the lion's den
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kenny coleman Aug 14
Flawless upgrade of my 2 host from 1.11.0 to 1.11.2 using . Excited to see where this tool will go. Still going to be an issue with large scale clusters for upgrades without some sort of homegrown automation.
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sarahnovotny Aug 3
ok, which one of you sent the limo?
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Timothy St. Clair Aug 6
I'm gunna give props to the folks who stepped up to the community and integrated their CI signal for containerd and . Not all CRI's have done this.
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Jorge Castro Jul 18
They grow up so fast!
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CNCF Aug 13
Following the release v1.11 with as a GA feature, the CoreDNS team is evaluating adoption ⚡️ If you're using CoreDNS in your clusters, fill out this short survey 📝
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Jay Balakrishnan Jun 14
Looking for developer for my team. Exciting tech stack and product requirement. Experience in is a plus.
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Alex Krause Aug 11
I love how does Dependency Injection. Guess I’ll give it a shot to write my in the works operator…
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Azure Friday ☁️ Aug 6
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Jetstack Aug 7
Did you know you can run a Kubernetes cluster in Travis-CI? Add minikube start --vm-driver=none ... to your .travis.yml See for a full example.
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Jetstack Jul 17
You can see the logs of all pods in a deployment with a single kubectl command - $ kubectl logs deployment/foo.
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Tim Pepper Jun 29
Wrapping up a busy week helping get 1.11 out the door. A bit intimidated now to be leading the release team for 1.12, but a beautiful part of open source is shared responsibility and this community is one collaborative, supportive team!
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Derrick Anderson Aug 6
Deploying that service and it works the first time..
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