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KubeWeekly #134

The Headlines

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

Hard Multi-Tenancy in Kubernetes
Jessie Frazelle, Microsoft

Kubernetes is the new kernel. This means a lot of great things for users trying to deploy applications, but also leads to a lot of the same challenges we have already faced with operating system kernels. One of which is privilege isolation, or multi-tenancy in Kubernetes. This post dives into “hard multi-tenancy” where multiple tenants in the same cluster should not have access to anything from other tenants.

A Local Kubernetes with microk8s
Marco Ceppi, The Silph Road

Microk8s is designed to be a fast and lightweight upstream Kubernetes install isolated from your host but not via a virtual machine. This article walks through how to get started with microk8s to produce a clean deploy of the latest upstream Kubernetes on your local machine with little hassle or overhead.

State of Cloud Native CI/CD Tools for Kubernetes
Mustafa Akin, OpsGenie

Cloud Native is a new approach to build and run applications that can leverage the cloud computing delivery model. A critical aspect of the modern development is Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. This blog post introduces the most promising CI and CD tools in the Cloud-Native landscape or in other words, pipeline tooling.

New Webinar: Linkerd Service Mesh in Production: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Robert Allen – Director of Engineering, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT

The Technical

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

Gardener – The Kubernetes Botanist
Rafael Franzke & Vasu Chandrasekhara, SAP

Kubernetes best practices: terminating with grace
Sandeep Dinesh, Google

PVC Operator; Creating Persistent Volume on Kubernetes made simple
Balint Molnar, BanzaiCloud

Using nginx-ingress controller to restrict access by IP (ip whitelisting) for a service deployed to a Kubernetes (AKS) cluster
Maninderjit Bindra, Microsoft

The whales practice floating on the water. Day 4: Kubernetes on the Raspberry Pi
James Shieh, efacani

Kubernetes: The Hard Way, Vagrant
Ken Fukuyama, supersoftware

Kubernetes: Day One
Jonathan Campos, Bottle Rocket

What You Yaml is What You Get
Tobias Bradtke, Giant Swarm

Kubernetes Chaos Engineering: Lessons Learned — Part 1
Daniele Polencic, learnk8s

The Editorial

Articles, announcements, and more that give you a high-level overview of challenges and features. 

CNCF To Host Telepresence in the Sandbox
Kristen Evans, CNCF

Google Kubernetes Engine 1.10 is generally available and ready for the enterprise
Yoshi Tamura, GKE

Is K8s too complicated?
Jason Moiron, Datadog

Introducing Shared VPC for Google Kubernetes Engine
Manjot Pahwa, Google

Introducing KubeSquash: Remotely Debug your Kubernetes Pods
Idit Levine, Gloo

Introducing Escalator, the Atlassian-developed auto-scaling tool for Kubernetes
Corey Johnson, Atlassian

Voyage across the Clouds with Kubernetes
Heather Young, &Yet

Making Kubernetes work for the average engineer—via PaaS
Matt Asay, InfoWorld

Why Did Kubernetes Win?
Ryan Dawson, Alfresco

Kubernetes for the Spring Developer
Meaghan Kjelland, Google

 

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