How does Kubernetes handle load balancing? That's a simple question, but it has a complicated set of answers.
2016 was quite the year for the Kubernetes project. With record-setting attendance at Kubecon, almost bi-weekly feature releases to the Kubernetes platform, and large-scale adoption, Kubernetes has truly become the belle of the container ball over the past year.
Kubernetes is a great platform to run your application on, and it handles a lot of the heavy lifting on wiring up your application together.
The software stack 10 years ago was simple. Requests started at the client side, and they could be answered from a web server itself, or sent for additional processing to an application server or MySQL database.
There are still many development teams out there that are taking their first tentative steps towards Docker, planning to make a move, or that have adopted Docker, but not in production.
This tutorial will show you how to create a production quality Kubernetes cluster!
Are we there yet? Whats going on? Talking about Kubernetes progression and the future!
If you're considering or have already started using Kubernetes, one thing you absolutely cannot get around is having proper logging throughout your system to debug your applications in case of unexpected errors.
Since it's likely that those news years resolutions to be "the dev-master" are probably waning we thought it high time to present to you an updated list of handy steps (plugins) for fixing problems you didn’t even realize you had.
2016 was a rollercoaster year for Wercker. We started the year off with our Series A funding. Inkef Capital led our round with participation from our existing investor Notion Capital. The funding helped us accelerate our growth and expand our amazing team.
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