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KubeWeekly #147: 5th of September, 2018

The Headlines

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

The Machines Can Do the Work, a Story of Kubernetes Testing, CI, and Automating the Contributor Experience
Aaron Crickenberger & Benjamin Elder, Google

With the recent announcement from CNCF – noting that Google Cloud has begun transferring ownership and management of the Kubernetes project’s cloud resources to CNCF community contributors, we are excited to embark on another journey. One that allows the project infrastructure to be owned and operated by the community of contributors, following the same open governance model that has worked for the rest of the project.

CNCF Survey: Use of Cloud Native Technologies in Production Has Grown Over 200%
Kaitlyn Barnard, CNCF

The bi-annual CNCF survey takes a pulse of the community to better understand the adoption of cloud native technologies. This is the sixth time CNCF has taken the temperature of the container management marketplace. Key highlights include  increased production usage of cloud native technologies, growth of serverless, and an in-depth overview of the tools being used in conjunction with Kubernetes. 

Distributed Tracing Infrastructure with Jaeger on Kubernetes
Masroor Hasan, Mux

One cannot overstate the importance of monitoring infrastructure as an integral component of distributed systems (or, any system for that matter). Monitoring infrastructure can be setup to give insights into performance, system health and behavioral patterns over time. This post goes over one aspect of a monitoring infrastructure — distributed tracing.
New Webinar: Serverless Operations

Soam Vasani – Creator of Fission.io open source serverless framework
September 25 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT


The Technical

Tutorials, tools, and more that take you on a deep dive into the code. 
Authorization of developers working on a Kubernetes cluster
Nicola Benaglia, SORINT.Lab

Hyperledger Fabric Deployment Using Helm Chart
Henry Zhang, Jiahao Chen, Hui Hu, & Wenkai Yin, Thinking in Cloud

Kubernetes Log forwarding to VMware Log Intelligence using Fluentd
Munishpal S Makhija, VMware

Git Push to Deploy Your App on EKS
Arun Gupta, AWS

Dynamic database credentials with Vault in Kubernetes
Joseph Irving, uSwitch.com 

gRPC On HTTP/2: Engineering A Robust, High Performance Protocol
Jean de Klerk, Google

Extending Kubernetes APIs with Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs)
Akash Gautam, Velotio

Comparison of Two Different Approaches Towards Container Management
Askin Askin, Porsche Digital Lab

Getting Started with Kubernetes Ingress-Nginx on Minikube
Fernando Diaz, IBM 

Understanding Istio Ingress
Bobby Tables, Namely Labs

The Editorial

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

How SoulCycle is speeding up code deployment, leveraging Kubernetes
Larry Dignan, ZDNet

What is Kubernetes? Optimise your hosting costs and efficiency
Daniele Polencic, learnk8s

A Comparison of Serverless Frameworks for Kubernetes: OpenFaas, OpenWhisk, Fission, Kubeless and more
Phil Winder, WinderResearch

Microservices in a Post-Kubernetes Era
Bilgin Ibryam, InfoQ

Kubernetes is the new operating environment (Part 1)
Ken Finnigan, Red Hat

Captain’s Log: Container Native Logging with the EFK Stack
Mickey Boxell, Oracle 

A Tale of Cloud, Containersand Kubernetes
Akash Tandon, SocialCops

Top 9 Open Source Projects Spawned by Kubernetes
Twain Taylor, TechGenix

Kubernetes: Not onlymicroservices, but alsohigh performance workloads
Dominik Mohilo, JAXenter

Three Patterns for an Effective Cloud Native Development Workflow
Daniel Bryant, Datawire.io
KubeWeekly is curated by Ryan Quackenbush and Kaitlyn Barnard

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