Another few weeks, another Deis Workflow beta!
And what good is a changelog if it doesn't come with a soundtrack? Maybe a little "Crazy on You" by Heart...Read More
In case you missed our last community meeting and are dying to find out what happened, we’ve got your summary notes right here!
First we got some housekeeping items out of the way; our team and community seem pretty happy with the recent switch from IRC to Slack - the channel is quite busy and filling up quickly. If you haven’t already signed up, you can request to join us here.
Want to become internet famous? Or maybe just demo something at the next community meeting? We don’t want community meetings to be all about us! So if you’re using Deis or have something to show off, consider a demo at our next meeting! Email email@example.com with details about your suggested demo.
Next an update from Matt Boersma about long term support for Deis V1 which launched about a month ago:Read More
So you've read about Kubernetes and maybe Google Cloud Platform, but you've never spun up a cluster for yourself. Fret not. In this post, we'll take you through the basics, and by the end of it, you'll have a three node cluster up and running.
If you don't already have a Google account, you must create one before you continue.
Sign in to your Google Cloud Platform console and create a new project:
Then pick the project name:
Note down the project ID. This is a unique name across all Google Cloud projects. Later in this post, we will refer to this as
In my previous post we looked at kubectl, clusters, the control plane, namespaces, pods, services, replication controllers, and labels.
In this post we take a look at at volumes, secrets, rolling updates, and Helm.
A volume is a directory, possibly with some data in it, accessible to a container as part of its filesystem. Volumes are used used, for example, to store stateful app data.
Kubernetes supports several types of volume:
Time keeps on slippin', slippin', slippin', into the future. But not Deis Workflow Beta releases.
The team just cut Beta 3 of Deis Workflow. We've been happy with the two-week release cadence. Keep your eyes out for Beta 4 due May 11th and our Release Candidate May 25th.
Now, for beta highlights!Read More