In the spirit of KubeCon 2016 we've rounded up our latest content around K8S to help you deploy your code faster and better with Wercker.
The Wercker team is all over the place at KubeCon this week. Not only are we an official CNCF sponsor (look out for our logo all over the lunch hall). But we're taking part in The New Stack's Pancake Breakfast with Alex Polvi, Dan Kohn and others, after which we're closing off the event with our friends at Tigera, DataDog, Sysdig and ClusterHQ at the CoreOS afterparty.
Why we're here
Wercker is used to run many different types of automation workloads across multiple languages, source control management, and deploying to many infrastructure end points.
Where we've found a home, though, is where organisations are either in the thick of or moving towards using Microservices & Docker and are automating their deployments specifically to schedulers like Kubernetes.
Thus in the spirit of all things K8S we thought it would be a good idea to create a one-stop shop for all you Kubernaughts out there of some of our best tutorials, how to's and what do's.
These posts are arranged with some recency bias:
- Kubernetes workflows tutorial: This article shows you how to automate getting your code out of your git repository and into a Kubernetes cluster
- Stern: We built a simple tool to tail multiple pods and containers on Kubernetes
- Deploying to GKE: This tutorial will show you how to take an example web application from source code to production
- Cronetes: A simple cron daemon to periodically run your jobs
- Minikube Logo: Did you know we designed the official Minikube logo?
- Kubernetes Steps Integrations: Find the most popular automation tasks to help integrate Kubernetes
- Deploying minimal containers to Kubernetes: Learn how to build and launch a containerized application on top of Kubernetes
Then of course there is our documentation centre with even more on Kubernetes!
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