MEE6 grew from 0 to 25M users in about 18 months with the CEO also serving as the sole developer. Such a rapid growth meant accumulating technical debt quite fast. So they made the choice to rewrite the bot from the ground up to make it easier to fix the most important issues they were facing using Kubernetes to orchestrate containers over a cluster of servers.
Kubernetes is complicated and is getting more complicated each day. If you are getting started with Kubernetes or if you have been running it in production for a while, its hard to keep up with the rapid pace of development that’s going on. This series, Kubernetes Best Practices, is based on questions and feedback Sandeep has received and split into seven episodes to help you and your team quickly ramp up on Kubernetes.
Earlier in the month the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept Helm as an incubation-level hosted project. Helm is a package manager that provides an “easy way to find, share, and use software built for Kubernetes.”
New Webinar: Setting up the Heroku git-push workflow on your Kubernetes cluster in 60 seconds with Gitkube
Tanmai Gopal – Co-founder, Hasura June 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT