came up with it one morning around 4am while trying to get the baby to sleep. i’m pretty proud. mostly because it works 😉 – 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…
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…
For those interested. Here is the recording from my talk in London March 12, 2016. After watching, its hard to believe how many cool things we have done just since this conference.
Alright, finally ready to talk about some StackStorm in depth. In the first part of this post I discussed some depth around Kubernetes Thirdpartyresource and how excited we are to use them. If you haven’t read it I would go back and start there. I however breezed over the Event Drive Automation piece (IFTTT) involving…
WARNING!!! Beta – Not yet for production. You might be thinking right now, third party resources? Seriously? With all the amazing stuff going on right now around Kubernetes and you want to talk about that thing at the bottom of the list. Well keep reading, hopefully by the end of this, you too will see the light….
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