This post — the start of series —explains how Istio integrates with Kubernetes and some operational observations the Namely team has made along the way. It dives into some technical details, but mostly keep it high level, and with additional posts to come.
Recently GitHub released a new feature called Actions. GitHub Actions are just like Lambda functions on AWS and are a powerful and managed way to extend their product straightforwardly. This post explains how to use them to verify and deploy code to a Kubernetes cluster.
Many companies underestimate their idle costs and can reduce their cloud spend significantly without impacting performance or reliability. This post is aimed at helping teams get started measuring their Kubernetes resource efficiency.
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Introducing Alterant: A Transparent Way to Modify Kubernetes Configuration Files on the Fly
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