CNCF & Community
- Discussing/modifying the kubernetes/kubernetes release cadence
"We should formally discuss whether or not it's a good idea to modify the Kubernetes/Kubernetes release cadence."
- Introducing HA MicroK8s, the ultra-reliable, minimal Kubernetes | Ubuntu
"The autonomous HA MicroK8s delivers a zero-ops experience that is perfect for distributed micro clouds and busy administrators" - "The datastore which makes this possible is Dqlite, Canonical's raft-enhanced Sqlite, embedded inside Kubernetes. Dqlite reduces the cluster memory footprint and automates datastore maintenance. MicroK8s can also be configured to use etcd, but Dqlite provides automatic, autonomous high availability."
- Autoscaling Patterns in Serverless Computing You Should Know About
"In this post, I will introduce three different autoscaling patterns used in different serverless computing services which might help you decide which one works best for the project you are planning to start."
- Tap into Kubernetes logs with the Logging Operator
The article shows how to peeking into messages transported by fluentd using Logging Operators flexibility.
- OpenTelemetry - Tracing Specification Release Candidate + GA Planning
With the specification ready to go, we now can expect to see tracing release candidates of the official APIs and SDKs over the next few weeks. Exciting times!
There is another article that came up this week talking about how to experiment with OpenTelemtry right now!
Containers & Orchestration
- Introducing EKS support in Cluster API
Cluster API (CAPI) allows you to create and manage your actual Kubernetes clusters, including the underlying infrastructure the clusters rely on in a declarative way like you are used to with the application workloads that run in a Kubernetes cluster. This post introduces the newly releases EKS functionality and walks through the creation of an EKS cluster.
- Open-sourcing kube-secret-syncer
Contentful open sources a solution to synchronize your secrets from AWS Secret Manager into your Kubernetes cluster.
- Kubernetes 1.19: The future of traffic ingress and routing
The Kubernetes community is giving up on Ingress. It will reinvent traffic routing to scale better with multiple teams and roles.
- U.S. Air Force Performs First Ever Code Change On A Flying U-2 Spyplane Running Kubernetes
Kubernetes is used to pool available on-board computing power on a U-2 Spyplane: it ran advanced machine learning algorithms and performed an update on "improved automatic target recognition algorithms"...
- Comparison of Kubernetes Ingress Controllers
learnk8s.io published a Spreadsheet comparing Kubernetes Ingress Controllers and their capabilities. A nice overview that certainly can support your decision choosing an Ingress Controller.
Do not forget to check out the other research documents about Managed Services, Instance Types, and CNIs!
- Introducing pvc-autoresizer - Kintone Engineering Blog
Wouldn't it be nice to dynamically expand the size of a Persistent Volume Claim if necessary? pvc-autoresizer allows us to do precisely this for volumes provisioned with a CSI driver that supports VolumeExpansion!
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