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Where is Rails for NodeJS?

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Kubernetes demonstrates the power of well-defined interfaces: out of CNI, CSI, CRI, SMI, etc. there has been an explosion of products and services that easily plug into the cloud-native ecosystem. The rate of innovation is increasing and creating incredible changes to the software and tooling available to developers. Ruby has Rails Elixir has Phoenix Python […]

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EKS Upgrade Cycle

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AWS recently announced their roadmap to updating managed EKS clusters. Overall it’s solid, and will be a great way to keep up with GKE. We recently upgraded our clusters from 1.14 to 1.15, and the process was very straightforward. Amazon’s documentation is clear about the DNS, CNI, kube-proxy, and other kube-system components that need to […]

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Kubernetes shifts left

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The Google NEXT announcements keep rolling, and software developers are getting more integrated with cloud native tools and container runtimes through Google Cloud Code. Developing, debugging, and integrating with cloud tools is getting easier everyday. Source: https://venturebeat.com/2019/04/10/googles-cloud-code-extends-intellij-and-visual-studio-code-to-kubernetes-apps/

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AWS Load Balancer Ingress Gets Smarter

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Amazon Web Services announced a significant update to its application load balancer (ALB) service: more custom routing actions based. Adding on the previously available “Host Header” and “Path” rules, we now have the following: HTTP Header HTTP Request method Query String Source IP This opens up several use cases for custom routing, such as Canary […]