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The last-mile problem with Kubernetes

Laszlo Fogas on Case Study · June 23, 2020
Transporting goods via freight rail networks and container ships is often the most efficient and cost-effective manner of shipping.

However, when goods arrive at a high-capacity freight station or port, they must then be transported to their final destination. This last leg of the supply chain is often less efficient, comprising up to 41% of the total cost to move goods.

Resource widget and cluster management

Laszlo Fogas on Product Updates · June 18, 2020
This week's update is about resource management.

Learn about the new CPU/Memory widgets and how you can configure them appropriately to keep cluster resources in check.
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The cluster admin struggle, and ways to keep Kubernetes Resource Requests and Limits in check

Laszlo Fogas on Best Practices · June 15, 2020
Learn how you can teach and remind developers of setting good Kubernetes Resource Requests and Limits. Enforce it if you must, and a bonus.

How to implement a gitops platform with Flux and Helm

Laszlo Fogas on Ecosystem · June 9, 2020
In this blog post you will learn how to implement a gitops platform at your company, using Flux and Helm.

How to implement a gitops platform with Flux and Kustomize

Laszlo Fogas on Ecosystem · June 8, 2020
In this blog post you will learn how to implement a gitops platform at your company, using Flux and Kustomize.

Why we built Gimlet

Laszlo Fogas on Company · June 4, 2020
Couple of weeks ago, Laszlo had the chance to talk about his path that lead to building Gimlet.

Here is his talk from Software Circus.
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Deploy an application with multiple configurations - a Gimlet product update

Laszlo Fogas on Product Updates · May 18, 2020
Deploy an application in multiple instances, each with a different configuration.

Learn about Gimlet's new feature following a real-life scenario: a generic PyTorch machine learning API that is deployed in multiple instances, each with a different model.

Docker-compose up for Kubernetes manifests - a review of Tilt

Laszlo Fogas on Ecosystem · May 3, 2020
Tilt.dev is a New York based startup that made Tilt: a new tool for multi-service development.

It is basically docker-compose that works with Kubernetes yamls. In this blog post you get a quick intro to Tilt, and our take on it.

Coming soon

Laszlo Fogas on Company · April 30, 2020
Here will be empathetic content, helping devs and platform teams going faster.

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