7 Oct 2016 in Community Meeting, Deis Workflow, Testing

October 2016 Community Meeting

Community Plus!

We are excited by the growth of the Deis community! Our slack channel is brimming with great folks and we'd love to set the stage for everyone to show off their hard work. If you are interested in a quick five or ten minute spot at the next meeting reach out to @sgoings or @jhansen on our community slack.

Release Review

We've continued to move quickly and shipped Workflow 2.5 and 2.6 in the last month. I gave a quick release review, check out the release blog posts for more details:

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4 Oct 2016 in Workflow, GKE, Series: Workflow on GKE

Production Deis Workflow on Google Container Engine, Part Two

This is part two of a two part series that walks you through a full production setup of Deis Workflow.

In part one, we set up off-cluster object storage, a Docker registry, and a Postgres platform database. We then installed Workflow on a Kubernetes cluster.

In this post, I will show you how to secure your cluster with SSL and get DNS set up for your Workflow domain. Finally, I will show you how to upgrade Workflow itself.

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3 Oct 2016 in Workflow, Release, Announcement

Deis Workflow 2.6 Release

Summer may have come to a close in September, but that doesn't mean the Workflow train stops rolling.

The team recently cut Workflow 2.6 which contains a lot of bug fixes and package bumps. Listen to the Pomplamoose cover of Earth Wind and Fire's "September" and cruise through the highlights.

Release Highlights

InfluxDB and Telegraf have been bumped to the 1.0 versions.

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29 Sep 2016 in Kubernetes

What's New With Kubernetes 1.4

Kubernetes announced the release of version 1.4 this week, and already, the response has been great.

The Kubernetes 1.4 release improves Kubernetes' installability, and includes a new tool, kubeadm, to help with this. It also includes support for stateful applications and improves user experience and security.

In this post I'll take a quick look at these new features.

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27 Sep 2016 in Socket.IO, Kubernetes

Running Socket.IO Applications on Kubernetes

Socket.IO is a JavaScript library that enables real-time bidirectional event-based communication. It primarily uses the WebSocket protocol, with polling as a fallback option.

In this post, I'm going to go through the challenges faced when running a WebSocket based application on Kubernetes, and how to deal with these challenges.

I'll be considering an AWS based setup. A similar approach would work for other environments as well.

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