Kubernetes: a monitoring guide

Container technologies are taking the infrastructure world by storm. While containers solve or simplify infrastructure management processes, they also introduce significant complexity in terms of orchestration. That's where Kubernetes comes to our rescue.

An Influx of Kubernetes Installers Raises Questions Around Conformance - The New Stack

For KubeCon Europe last month, industry observer Joseph Jacks pulled together a list of over 60 Kubernetes installers and services. This wealth of variation that made itself known as the conference, happily, kicked off a conformance effort to ensure that users get a consistent experience.

Sysdig | Monitoring Kubernetes (part 2): Best practices for alerting on Kubernetes

A step by step cookbook on how to alert in your Kubernetes cluster with a focus on the infrastructure layer. This article is part of our series on operating Kubernetes in production. Part 1 covered the basics of Kubernetes and monitoring tools; this part covers Kubernetes alerting best practices.

Fabfiles and Kubernetes: Automating SSH with Kubernetes Nodes | CoreOS

While Kubernetes is ushering in a world where SSH is less necessary on a daily basis for deploying and managing applications, there are still instances when SSH is necessary for gathering statistics, debugging issues, and repairing configuration issues.

Configuring Private DNS Zones and Upstream Nameservers in Kubernetes

Many users have existing domain name zones that they would like to integrate into their Kubernetes DNS namespace. For example, hybrid-cloud users may want to resolve their internal ".corp" domain addresses within the cluster. Other users may have a zone populated by a non-Kubernetes service discovery system (like Consul).

Kubernetes 1.6: Multi-user, Multi-workloads at Scale

Today we're announcing the release of Kubernetes 1.6. In this release the community's focus is on scale and automation, to help you deploy multiple workloads to multiple users on a cluster. We are announcing that 5,000 node clusters are supported.

70% cheaper Kubernetes cluster on AWS

We are running Kubernetes on both sandbox and production for some months now. Our production cluster is still small, with few services running on it, but, most of our sandbox environment is running on a Kubernetes cluster on AWS.

Vagrant Up Docker, Mesos and Kubernetes with Persistent Storage - {code} by Dell EMC

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Thinking Out Loud: The Future of Kubernetes - Scott's Weblog - The weblog of an IT pro specializing in virtualization, networking, open source, and cloud computing

I've just wrapped up KubeCon/CloudNativeCon 2016 in Seattle, WA. There's no doubt the Kubernetes community is active and engaged, and the project itself is charging forward. As both the community and the project grow, though, what does that mean for the future of Kubernetes? Here are my thoughts, hopefully presented in a somewhat logical fashion.

Running Habitat Applications on Kubernetes - Chef Blog

Containers continue to take the IT world by storm and container orchestration platforms are a major part of how you build and ship software in a modern way. Kubernetes is a great example of the growth of this segment, and has emerged as one of the leaders of this space.

Container Runtime Interface in Kubernetes 1.6

Kubernetes 1.6 was released March 26, 2017. According to the blog post from Kubernetes, this release focuses on scale and automation. Mirantis has a very good " What's new in Kubernetes 1.6".