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Aug 31, 2023   |  By Rose Chege
Kubernetes orchestrates the management of containerized applications, with an emphasis on declarative configuration. A DevOps engineer creates deployment files specifying how to spin up a Kubernetes cluster, which establishes a blueprint for how containers should handle the application workloads.
Aug 16, 2023   |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
I am happy to share that thanks to the power of the open-source community, and our friends over at Otterize, we have now enhanced our Kubernetes offering for developers with another visual aid to streamline operations and troubleshooting – Dependencies Map. The Otterize network mapper is a zero-config tool that aims to be lightweight and doesn’t require you to adapt anything in your cluster.
Aug 3, 2023   |  By Udi Hofesh, Head of Kommunity
A couple of weeks ago I had the absolute joy of attending KCD Munich for the first time, with my friend and colleague Guy Menahem (whom some of you know simply as The Good Guy on Twitter and YouTube). Besides rooting for Guy and his co-speaker, Arsh Sharma of Okteto, during their session on Backstage.io and IDPs, I enjoyed being untethered from ‘booth duty’ and free to engage with all the beautiful human beings that gathered together for this Kubetastic event!
Aug 2, 2023   |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
Helm Dashboard is an open-source project which graphically shows installed Helm charts, revisions, and changes to their Kubernetes resources. The intents operator is an open-source Kubernetes operator which makes it possible to roll out network policies in a Kubernetes cluster, chart by chart, and gradually achieve zero trust or network segmentation.
Jul 21, 2023   |  By James Walker
In Part 1 of this series, you learned the core components of Kubernetes, an open-source container orchestrator for deploying and scaling applications in distributed environments. You also saw how to deploy a simple application to your cluster, then change its replica count to scale it up or down. In this article, you’ll get a deeper look at the networking and monitoring features available with Kubernetes.
Jul 14, 2023   |  By James Walker
Put simply, Kubernetes is an orchestration system for deploying and managing containers. Using Kubernetes, you can operate containers reliably across different environments by automating management tasks such as scaling containers across Nodes and restarting them when they stop. Kubernetes provides abstractions that let you think in terms of application components, such as Pods (containers), Services (network endpoints), and Jobs (one-off tasks).
Jul 6, 2023   |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
If you’ve been anywhere in the DevOpsphere in recent times, you have certainly encountered the Platform Engineering vs. DevOps vs. SRE debates that are all the rage. Is DevOps truly dead?! Is Platform Engineering all I need?! Have I been doing it wrong all along? These have become more popular than the mono vs. multi-repo flame wars from a few years back.
Jun 28, 2023   |  By James Konik
A containerized approach to software deployment means you can deploy at scale without having to worry about the configuration of each unit. In Kubernetes, clusters do the heavy lifting for you—they’re the pooled resources that run the pods that hold your individual containers. You can divide each cluster by namespace, which allows you to assign nodes (ie the machine resources in a cluster) to different roles or different teams. Resource quotas limit what each namespace can use.
Jun 26, 2023   |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
Reviewing the Current State of Infrastructure as Code (IaC), its Challenges, the Emergence of Crossplane, Adoption Difficulties, and the Road Ahead! Infrastructure as code (IaC) has become an indispensable practice for managing and deploying cloud-native applications. By defining infrastructure through code, developers can efficiently and consistently manage their infrastructure. In this post, we’ll delve into the state of IaC, the problems it poses, and the new approach offered by Crossplane.
Jun 18, 2023   |  By Itiel Shwartz, CTO & co-founder
Have you heard about eBPF? It’s the technology that’s set to transform the Kubernetes landscape. In this article, we’ll explore what eBPF is and why it’s poised to become the next big thing in Kubernetes. But here’s the catch – despite its game-changing potential, it seems that few people are truly aware of its impact. Let’s delve into the details and discover why you should care.
Jul 12, 2023   |  By Komodor
Guy Menahem, our resident Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Ambassador, showcases Komodor's brand new dashboard for developers! The dashboard takes an app-centric approach, which provides devs with a single, unified view of their workloads even if they're running on multiple clusters or clouds. It reduces noise for devs, and allows them to focus on the metrics and KPIs that matter to them, which enables devs to finally own their apps end-to-end and stop relying on DevOps and Platform teams.
Jul 7, 2023   |  By Komodor
Guy Menahem, Komodor's resident CNCF Ambassador explains how Komodor's Kubernetes Platform can auto-detect your continuous deployment tools, as well as your source control repos, and correlate them with changes and events happening in your Kubernetes cluster.
Jun 3, 2023   |  By Komodor
Dec 28, 2021   |  By Komodor
The Handbook for Kubernetes Errors is an essential guide to understanding and resolving all of the most common Kubernetes issues, including: and many more.

Komodor tracks changes across your entire K8s stack analyzes their ripple effect and provides you with the context you need to troubleshoot efficiently and independently.

Today’s microservices systems are complex, distributed and they are constantly changing. Keeping track of so many moving parts in so many places often seems nearly impossible! Komodor is the missing piece in your DevOps toolchain – offering one unified platform from which you can gain a deep understanding of all of your system events, changes and their effect.

Turning troubleshooting chaos into clarity:

  • Empower on-call teams: Make the knowledge and expertise that has traditionally been held by only a few, clear and visible to Dev and SRE teams.
  • Understand your Kubernetes: Gain the K8s visibility you are lacking. See your deployments on a timeline with the relevant information: what changed, what code was pushed and by whom.
  • Track your system end-to-end: View data from your Git, config, infra, alerting and other tools, in one centralized and easy-to-understand display.
  • Uncovering the context: Troubleshoot your microservices based on the most relevant context, connections and dependencies.

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