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This will be part of a continuing series of posts as I attempt to carve up, chew, and digest this "Kubernetes" thing everyone keeps talking about.  There are a ton of good reference materials on…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Being cost-conscious in a cloud world can be difficult. Especially on public clouds, where deployment footprint and instance sizing can be difficult to get right. Throw in lower environments, like sandbox, quality assurance, and development,…

Posted by:David Dobmeier

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Should you get Certified for Kubernetes? What does it take? Maybe you're ready?…

Posted by:Dan Molik

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Part Two: Approaching the problem without rewriting existing code Welcome back to the second part of SILK for CFCR. If you just stumbled upon this, it might be a good idea to check out the…

Posted by:Konstantin Kiess

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We integrated SILK to Kubernetes so you don't have to. Find out what we did to make it work and where this project could go.…

Posted by:Konstantin Kiess

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Knative services can be configured with environment variables, which in turn can be bound to Kubernetes secrets and configmap…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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Serverless computing atop Kubernetes got a whole lot easier and better with Knative. Our articles will walk you through getting started.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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How to build your Docker images within your Kubenetes cluster with Dockerfiles or Cloud Foundry buildpacks. The fifth article in series on Knative.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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In this 4th article on Google/Pivotal Knative for Kubernetes we add pretty bespoke routes into our applications.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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