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Learn Cloud Native Newsletter
March 9, 2022
Deploy Traefik Proxy using Flux and GitOps principles
February 5, 2022
First newsletter of 2022, aka it's February already
November 24, 2021
What's next for cloud-native computing?
November 7, 2021
Content from KubeCon and EnvoyCon videos 2021
October 1, 2021
Hacktoberfest 2021 starts today, deep dive into k8s scheduling, Kubermatic
September 17, 2021
5 years of Envoy, Kubernetes CVE, getting started with K8s security
September 10, 2021
State of DevOps report, critical review of the Kubernetes hardening guidance, what happened to Docker, 8 Terraform best practices
September 3, 2021
Docker updates subscription plan, state of Kubernetes security report, organizing Kubernetes containers, and ArgoCD
August 27, 2021
Kubernetes dashboards, Path from Kubernetes to Serverless with Kelsey Hightower, and Secret Manager support for Functions
August 20, 2021
Github Codespaces, KubeCon and learncloudnative.com redesign
Collection of Kubernetes dashboards
Don't let the title of the article - YAKD: Yet Another Kubernetes Dashboard - fool you. No, it's not yet another Kubernetes dashboard, instead, it's an interesting article by KumoMind going through existing Kubernetes dashboard projects. Things like Octant, Kubehelper, Kubenav, Skooner, and more. A great resource to see what's out there.
Kubernetes and the Path to Serverless by Kelsey Hightower
Keynote by Kelsey Hightower where he talks about how small the gap between Kubernetes and serverless is. During the demo, he ports a Kubernetes pod to an AWS custom Lambda function. Well worth the watch!
No more passing secrets to Google Functions during deployment
Google announced native integration between Google Functions and Secret Manager. Previously, if you wanted to use secrets as part of your functions, you could pass them as environment variables during deployment. These "secrets" could then be seen by anyone with viewer permissions on your Google Cloud project which doesn't make it secure. The secret manager allows you to store the secrets in a secure way and you won't have to pass the sensitive values during deployments.
Links of the week
- NEW ON LEARNCLOUDNATIVE: Monitoring containers with cAdvisor
- Container best practices: What they are and why you should care
- Run Github actions with self-hosted runnings in Kubernetes
- DevSecOps in Kubernetes
- Happy 30th, Linux!
- Network basics every sysadmin needs to know