Monitoring in a Microservices World

Fabian Stäber from Instana, gives a really informative talk about how to tackle monitoring with microservices. Watch again: https://docker.events.cube365.net/docker/dockercon/content/Videos/ynr2xuTtb9wMhAGEh Lots of things to consider: Automation of monitoring to avoid bottlenecks with deploying microservices. The underlying data Metrics More than health checks which are more common with monoliths. Define what does it mean for my application to be healthy.  Discussing how […]

» Read more

Hands-on Helm

Jessica Deen gives a great introduction to Helm and then goes on the show the differences between Helm 2 and Helm 3. Great news Helm has graduated. Here goes nothing: brew install helm Watch again later: https://docker.events.cube365.net/docker/dockercon/content/Videos/ZbxZrH75SKqf78x2S Take aways: Helm 3 has been rewritten to be more k8 native, simpler and more flexible. There are changes to cli CRD Release […]

» Read more

Building a Docker Image Packaging Pipeline Using GitHub Actions

Gareth Rushgrove, from Snyk, gave us an overview of some more advanced features in Dockerfiles which can promote the reuse of Dockerfiles.  This is turn can be combined with neat github actions. References https://github.com/marketplace/actions/build-and-push-docker-images https://github.com/snyk/snyk-images Watch again at: https://docker.events.cube365.net/docker/dockercon/content/Videos/SPWM3BdnCZWPN4fN9 Slides:

» Read more

DockerCon 2020

Excited to be able to take part in dockercon for the first time. Sessions I joined live Building a Docker Image Packaging Pipeline Using GitHub Actions Hands-on Helm Docker Changed Monitoring, How Do You Overcome New Challenges? Ones to watch later Build & Deploy Multi-Container Applications to AWS Best Practices for Compose-managed Python Applications How to Improve Your Image Builds […]

» Read more

Go workshop

Thank you, Golang Bristol, for hosting a warm and friendly workshop last night.  As well as exploring some core Go language features I was able to do some pair programming with Samuel.  You can find the resulting forked Go tutorial repo on GitHub. Preparation for the workshop was really easy, setting up my Ubuntu laptop was a straightforward system package […]

» Read more
1 2 3 17