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KubeWeekly #138: 20th of June, 2018

The Headlines

Editor’s picks of the highlights from the past week. 

Scaling Kubernetes for 25M users 
Brendan Rius, MEE6

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 Best Practices — Season One
Sandeep Dinesh, Google

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.

Kubernetes Package Manager Helm Now Hosted by the CNCF
Daniel Bryant, InfoQ

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


The Technical

Tutorials, tools, and more that take you on a deep dive into the code. 

Keep your Kubernetes cluster balanced: the secret to High Availability
César Tron-Lozai, Convendia

Docker and Kubernetes Hints-Based Autodiscover with Beats
Carlos Pérez-Aradros, elastic

AWS Cost Savings by Utilizing Kubernetes Ingress with Classic ELB
Alen Komljen, Sematext

Deploy a Multicluster Ingress on Google Kubernetes Engine
Janakiram MSV, TheNewStack

Extending Kubernetes to Windows Server with Docker Enterprise Edition
Jenny Fong, Docker

Modernize your old JPetStore app with containers, Kubernetes and AI
Van Staub, IBM

Kubernetes Day 2 Operations: AuthN/AuthZ with OIDC and a Little Help From Keycloak
Bob Killen, University of Michigan

Application Logs from Kubernetes to S3 and Elasticsearch using Fluentd
Mrithvi Raju Alluri, DarwinBox

How I got started with Kubernetes on GKE
Maxime Heckel, Docker

How-to deploy a Highly Available JBoss cluster on Kubernetes with dynamic node discovery — part 1
Arnaud Tournier, Stack Labs

The Editorial

Articles, announcements, and morethatgive you a high-level overview of challenges and features. 

The New York Times: From Print to the Web to Cloud Native
Kim McMahon, CNCF

Nvidia makes Kubernetes on GPUs available
Stephanie Condon, ZDNet

Kubernetes and Scylla: 10 Questions and Answers
Eyal Gutkind, Scylla

Contain yourselves: Kubernetes for Azure unleashed on world+dog
Richard Speed, The Register

Q&A with Kubernetes co-founder Brendan Burns
Stella Lin, Microsoft Open Source Blog

Why Kubernetes Is Winning?
Leonid Mirsky, OpsFleet

GitLab CEO on competing with Microsoft, betting on Kubernetes and learning to scale
Sid Sijbrandij , GitLab & Derrick Harris, ARCHITECHT 

How to waste $5M on containerized infrastructure
Khash Sajadi, InfoWorld

KubeWeekly is curated by Ryan Quackenbush and Kaitlyn Barnard

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