Simplify Kubernetes resource access control using RBAC impersonation
Posted on September 20, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
In this tutorial, authors propose a way to "mimic" group memberships - which can be either by team, project or any other aggregation you may need - using stock Kubernetes authorization features. By Juanjo Ciarlante @cncf.
Rootless containers using Podman
Posted on September 18, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Watch this two-part video series on understanding root inside and outside of containers and how user namespaces work. By Brian Smith (Red Hat).
Serverless observability: the ultimate guide
Posted on September 17, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Observability is an application state that gives you both the insight you need to understand what went wrong, and the tracing and tracking capabilities that help you understand why an error occurred. By Emrah Samdan.
Istio OIDC authentication
Posted on September 16, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
A service mesh is an architectural pattern that provides common network services as a feature of the infrastructure. This typically includes features such as service discovery and policy enforcement to control how services within the mesh can communicate with each other. By Luke Addison.
Zero to AWS Lambda in Scala
Posted on September 14, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length short
AWS Lambda is the platform for deploying functions to the AWS cloud. You can use it to develop functions that respond to AWS events (eg S3 uploads, DynamoDB inserts), AWS API calls, or via HTTP endpoints using the API Gateway. By Jason Swartz.
Eight benefits of a cyber security policy
Posted on September 13, 2020, Level beginner Resource Length short
Learn what a cyber security policy is and why it's important for protecting your small business. Whilst many businesses have expanded into the world of ecommerce and online shopping in recent months, strong cyber security is essential to protect both you and your customers. By fsb.org.uk.
OAM, the Kubernetes application model bridging development and deployment
Posted on September 12, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Why does Kubernetes need a unified application model? It would be the final piece needed to run a seamless deployment model. By Joab Jackson.
Building your own serverless functions with k3s and OpenFaaS on Raspberry Pi
Posted on September 6, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
In recent years, lots of new programming paradigms have emerged – going from monolithic architectures towards microservices and now serverless functions. As a result, less code needs to be deployed, and updating an application becomes easier and faster as only a part has to be built and deployed. By Andreas Muttscheller.
Tutorial: Deploying TensorFlow models at the edge with NVIDIA Jetson Nano and K3s
Posted on September 5, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Janakiram MSV put together this tutorial about TensorFlow models. We will explore the idea of running TensorFlow models as microservices at the edge. Jetson Nano, a powerful edge computing device will run the K3s distribution from Rancher Labs. It can be a single node K3s cluster or join an existing K3s cluster just as an agent.
Getting started with Microsoft Open Service Mesh
Posted on September 4, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length long
Microsoft announced the first public release of Open Service Mesh (OSM) an open-source, lightweight, and extensible service mesh implementation, based on the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) specification. By Thorsten Hans.
How K3s, Portworx, and Calico can serve as a foundation of cloud native edge infrastructure
Posted on September 2, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Kubernetes is finding its way from the cloud to the edge via the data center. During the early days, Kubernetes was considered for hyperscale workloads running in the public cloud. It eventually became the consistent and unified infrastructure layer to run workloads in hybrid cloud and multicloud environments. By Janakiram MSV.
How autoscaling GitLab CI works on AWS Fargate
Posted on August 24, 2020, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Run your CI jobs as AWS Fargate tasks with GitLab Runner and the Fargate Driver. Autoscaling GitLab Runner is a unique value proposition for teams that run their self-managed build agents on cloud-hosted virtual machines. By Darren Eastman.