Tag: containers

StackStorm for Kubernetes just took a giant leap forward (beta)

  came up with it one morning around 4am while trying to get the baby to sleep. i’m pretty proud.¬†mostly because it works ūüėČ ¬†– Andy Moore   As many of you know, my team began integrating StackStorm with Kubernetes via ThirdPartyResources(TPR) which we showed off at KubeCon_London in March 2016. This was a great…


KubeCon Seattle Video

Finally posting this after my speaking engagement at KubeCon_Seattle in November 2016. Thanks to all that came. My hope is releasing our Deployment Pipeline will help the Kubernetes community build an ecosystem of open source CI/CD pipelines to support an awesome platform. Below the video are links to the various open source projects we have…


Kubernetes: A/B Cluster Deploys

Everything thing mentioned has been POCed and proven to work so far in testing. We run an application called Pulse in which we demoed it staying up throughout this A/B migration process. Recently the team went through an exercise on how to deploy/manage a complete cluster upgrade. There were a couple options discussed along with…


KubeCon 2016 Europe (Slides)

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Deploying Consul in Kubernetes

Deploying many distributed clustering technologies in Kubernetes can require some finesse. Not so with Consul. It dead simple. We deploy Consul with Terraform as a part of our Kubernetes cluster deployment strategy. You can read more about it¬†here. We currently deploy Consul¬†as a 3 node cluster with 2 Kubernetes configuration files. Technically we could narrow…


How we do builds in Kubernetes

First off. All credit for this goes to my friend Simas. I’m simply relaying what he has accomplished because¬†it would be a shame if others didn’t benefit from his expertise. He is truly talented in this space and provides simple yet elegant designs that just work. Coming into my current position we have 400+ development…


Load Balancing in Kubernetes

There are two different types of load balancing in Kubernetes. I’m going to label them internal and external. Internal – aka “service” is load balancing across containers of the same type using a label. These services generally expose an internal cluster ip and port(s) that can be referenced internally as an environment variable to each…


Integrating Hubot and Kubernetes

Recently my team has been integrating Kubernetes with Hubot. The objective being, Lets provide net new customers a way to write one line and create an entire project from scratch. Keeping in mind everything in our project is in containers. You might be asking, Why? Kubectl is great. This project was primarily to introduce Developers…