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Switching to Go Modules

Package management has not been part of core Golang before. Each year, there has been a different de facto standard. In recent years, it was “official [core team] experiment” dep. Finally, we have Go Modules. In this blog post I’ll share the quick guide starting a new project with Go Modules and the solution to

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Part 2: Installing Cloud Foundry Sidecars with Buildpacks

Sidecars allow additional processes that share filesystem and socks with a Cloud Foundry application. We investigate separating these concerns from app developers by distributing and installing them with Buildpacks. This article is almost Part 2 in a 5-part series. Part 1 starts with Tim Downey’s How to Push an App to Cloud Foundry with Sidecars.

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Knative vs Cloud Foundry: Where are the Overlaps and What are the Differences?

What is Cloud Foundry? “Cloud Foundry makes it faster and easier to build, test, deploy and scale applications, providing a choice of clouds, developer frameworks, and application services. It is an open source project and is available through a variety of private cloud distributions and public cloud instances.” – https://www.cloudfoundry.org/ What is Knative? “Kubernetes-based platform

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Binding secrets to Knative services

This is the sixth in a collection of articles as I explore serverless software development atop Kubernetes with Google/Pivotal Knative. The full set of articles are: Deploying 12-factor apps to Knative Building and deploying applications to Knative Adding public traffic to Knative on Google Kubernetes Engine Adding a custom hostname domain for Knative services Build

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Introduction to Knative

Serverless computing atop Kubernetes got a whole lot easier and better with Knative from Google and Pivotal. We’ve written a collection of articles that walk you through the basics of installing and using Knative to deploy your cloud native/serverless applications into your Kubernetes cluster, to set up custom domains, and route traffic. Deploying 12-factor apps

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Build Docker images inside your Kubernetes with Knative Build

This is the fifth in a collection of articles as I figure out what’s what with Knative for Kubernetes. The full set of articles are: Deploying 12-factor apps to Knative Building and deploying applications to Knative Adding public traffic to Knative on Google Kubernetes Engine Adding a custom hostname domain for Knative services Build Docker

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Adding a custom hostname domain for Knative services

This is the fourth in a collection of articles as I figure out what’s what with Knative for Kubernetes. The full set of articles are: Deploying 12-factor apps to Knative Building and deploying applications to Knative Adding public traffic to Knative on Google Kubernetes Engine Adding a custom hostname domain for Knative services Build Docker

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Adding public traffic into Knative on Google Kubernetes Engine

This is the third in a collection of articles as I figure out what’s what with Knative for Kubernetes. The full set of articles are: Deploying 12-factor apps to Knative Building and deploying applications to Knative Adding public traffic to Knative on Google Kubernetes Engine Adding a custom hostname domain for Knative services Build Docker

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Building and deploying applications to Knative

This is the second in a collection of articles as I figure out what’s what with Knative for Kubernetes. The full set of articles are: Deploying 12-factor apps to Knative Building and deploying applications to Knative Adding public traffic to Knative on Google Kubernetes Engine Adding a custom hostname domain for Knative services Build Docker

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