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Terry Shea Dec 12
Great crowd at KubeCon Seattle.
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𝙾𝚕𝚎𝚐 ᚢᚦᚨᚱᚲ Dec 11
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Devops Con Dec 4
Big crowd at Oleg Chunikhin’s session! is outlining the unique challenges organizations embarking on a containerization and Kubernetes journey must consider.
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𝙾𝚕𝚎𝚐 ᚢᚦᚨᚱᚲ Nov 16
team hosting "Canary Releases on with , , and ". Join us in person or sign up for online webinar/meetup at and me are presenting.
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The New Stack Oct 24
Kublr's Slava Koltovich Says Canaries are for Ops, Too
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The New Stack Oct 22
Kublr's Slava Koltovich Says Canaries Are for Ops, Too
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kublr Oct 8
Spotted: Kublr table at this year's ! If you're attending, be sure to stop by. And don't miss 's talk about Gluing It All Together: Canary Releases on with , Istio, and Prometheus.
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kublr Oct 3
We had a great time at this year's ! Thanks, O'Reilly for hosting the event - and thank you to everyone who stopped by the Kublr kiosk. We hope you all walked away as excited about as we are.
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Kubernetes Oct 1
Don't miss today's post, "Health checking servers on ," for 's dive into grpc-health-probe – a Kubernetes-native way to health check apps 🔗
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Kelsey Hightower Jul 31
Serverless platforms and Kubernetes are just tools that enable people to build and ship things, both approaches offer something to learn from, and will ultimately benefit everyone who isn't too busy rooting for a clear winner.
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The New Stack Jul 3
dashboards accounted for over 75% of the exposed interfaces, followed by Swarm (Portainer & Swarmpit) with 20%, Swagger API UI with 3% and Mesos Marathon and Red Hat OpenShift with under 1% each
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rook Jun 20
Support for in has been merged to master! See how easy it is to deploy your own scalable and reliable CockroachDB cluster with these simple steps: We'd love to hear your feedback. More features coming soon! 💪
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Kelsey Hightower May 22
Here is my application, run it for me, when and where I want it, securely. That's the end game.
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Adam Grant May 15
If the reward for individual performance is promotion to manager, you end up promoting people who aren't motivated or qualified to manage. Instead, create two promotion tracks: one for leaders & one for individual contributors, with similar pay & prestige.
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Wolf Ruzicka May 16
“Kubernetes is a difficult project to understand ... unless you know a thing or two about building distributed systems for internet applications” —> !
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KubeWeekly May 10
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kublr May 8
The Kublr Platform, what is it exactly and how does it work? Check out the ins and outs of the Kublr Platform -->
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Jimmy Zelinskie May 7
Target launched a new project that enforces images running on are scanned by Clair. Super cool stuff! The code looks really approachable and well written. I'm not finding any pitfalls I've commonly found in other Clair integrations!
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Sean Carroll May 8
It seems like a mistake to aim moral disapproval at wealthy individuals for not doing what is clearly the government's job. Taxation is a more effective policy than indignation.
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EastBancTech May 4
At EastBanc we're always on the hunt for great talent to join our award-winning teams. If you think you're the right fit or know someone who is, send us a shout.
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