CRI-O: An Open Source Container Runtime for Kubernetes

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) accepted CRI-O as an incubation-level hosted project on April 8th. CRI-O, created by Red Hat, is an Open Container Initiative container runtime for Kubernetes that provides an alternative to Docker. Source: infoq

Visualizing Traffic Safety with Uber Movement Data and Kepler.gl

Learn how to use Kepler.gl for data visualization through our tutorial, where we show how easy it is to load multiple datasets into Kepler.gl to visualize traffic safety in Manhattan. Urban traffic can be dangerous, a point known all too well by city dwellers and drivers. Discovering the most dangerous street locations in a city […]

Helm 3 Alpha Release Available and What’s Next

On October 15th, 2015, the project now known as Helm was born. Only one year later, the Helm community joined the Kubernetes organization as Helm 2 was fast approaching. In June 2018, the Helm community joined the CNCF as an incubating project. Fast forward to today, and Helm 3 is nearing its first alpha release. […]

AWS App Mesh—Service Mesh for Microservices Running on AWS

The idea of a “service mesh” has become increasingly popular over the last couple of years and the number of alternatives available has risen. There are multiple service mesh open-source projects: Istio, Linkerd, Envoy and Conduit which can be deployed on any Kubernetes environment. The AWS App Mesh can be used with microservices running on […]

AWS App Mesh is now generally available

AWS App Mesh is now generally available and supported for production use. App Mesh is a service mesh that provides application level networking to make it easy for your services to communicate with each other across multiple types of compute infrastructure. App Mesh standardizes how your services communicate, giving you end-to-end visibility and ensuring high-availability […]

From Monolith to Microservices

To tackle this monolith, we initially began exploring how the codebase was built. It had a high level of complexity with too many features baked into the all-in-one code, as well as thousands of unit tests. Without consistent APIs, many nonstandard integrations, or one-offs, had been deployed. Tight coupling of integrations existed at every level, […]

How much RAM does Prometheus 2.x need for cardinality and ingestion?

Prometheus 2.x has a very different ingestion system to 1.x, with many performance improvements. This time I’m also going to take into account the cost of cardinality in the head block. To start with I took a profile of a Prometheus 2.9.2 ingesting from a single target with 100k unique time series: This gives a […]

Amazon S3 Path Deprecation Plan

Last week we made a fairly quiet (too quiet, in fact) announcement of our plan to slowly and carefully deprecate the path-based access model that is used to specify the address of an object in an S3 bucket. I spent some time talking to the S3 team in order to get a better understanding of […]

Rook v1.0, A Major Milestone

The Rook project, as well as its thriving community, has continued to grow and evolve since the initial public release in November 2016. As the code base has matured through a series of minor releases, starting with the humble beginnings of v0.1 and reaching v0.9 late last year, we are incredibly pleased to finally announce […]

Cilium User Survey March 2019

The survey was announced on our Slack channel and on Twitter. Participation was anonymous and did not require to leave behind contact information. Most questions had a set of predefined answers plus a field to add additional answers. All questions were optional, some users did not answer all questions. Source: cilium