The perks of distributed systems come at a price — more complicated debugging and managing processes. That's why this week we’ve gathered a few tools for you to help track your k8s problems, find solutions, manage your microservices or clusters, and build merrily!
If you’ve just decided to migrate to Kubernetes, congrats 🎉! We understand how exciting it is. But if you haven’t already done so, we recommend reading into the kinds of complications that are possible when moving to the realm of distributed systems, because #bettersafethansorry.
Someday your company will have several k8s clusters ☸☸🤯. When that time comes it will be very important to build what Jim Bugwadia calls a “platform” team which will operate and govern those clusters. Learn how this new team can design and operate k8s clusters enterprise-wide.
Istio makes managing microservice deployments easier for large enterprises and fast-moving startups by providing a uniform way to connect, manage, and secure their services from the ground up. Lee & Morgan walk us through the story of how Istio came to be, and give us an update on it’s impact so far.
This week CNCF and Linkerd announced the general availability of Linkerd 2.0. Instead of having to switch over to a service mesh cold turkey, you can now gradually roll it out!
Will Linkerd 2.0 really give us what we want 🤔? Michael Hausenblas gives us a short and sweet review, and explains exactly how its improvements will help developers and service owners become more successful in a cloud native environment.
The fun evolution of distributed systems, thanks @dasamuelsson!