The Kubernetes Effect


28 bookmarks. First posted by wjy february 2018.


To successfully design for, implement, and run applications on Kubernetes requires knowledge of primitives, and awareness of design principles and practices. This article provides an overview of Kubernetes and guidance for how to best use it.
kubernetes  bilgin_ibryam  docker  software_architecture  containers 
8 weeks ago by mreinbold
Kubernetes (k8s) has come a long way in a very short time. Only two years ago it had to compete and prove to be better than CoreOS’s Fleet, Docker Swarm, Cloud Foundry Diego, HashiCorp’s Nomad, Kontena, Rancher’s Cattle, Apache Mesos, Amazon ECS, etc. Today it is a completely different landscape. Some of these projects openly announced to be discontinued and in favour of joining efforts with Kubernetes, others didn’t accept defeat openly and tactically announced either partial support or a parallel, full integration with Kubernetes which meant a quiet and slow death for their container orchestrator. In either case, k8s is the last platform standing. In addition, more and more big names continued joining the Kubernetes ecosystem, not just as users or platinum sponsors, but by fully betting their container business on the success of Kubernetes. Google’s Kubernetes Engine, Red Hat’s OpenShift, Microsoft’s Azure Container Service, IBM’s Cloud Container Service, Oracle’s Container Engine, and others are the first to come to mind here.
kubernetes  docker  containers  architecture 
may 2018 by euler
Key Takeaways The way we should look at Kubernetes is more like a fundamental paradigm that has implications in multiple dimensions, rather than an API to interact with. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  refind  s 
march 2018 by igorette
Brilliant summary:
k8s  from twitter_favs
february 2018 by oriolrius
The Kubernetes Effect Key Takeaways The way we should look at Kubernetes is more like a fundamental paradigm that has implications in multiple dimensions, rather than an API to interact with. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  architecture  distributed  kubernetes  patterns  programming  reference 
february 2018 by jeremyday
To successfully design for, implement, and run applications on Kubernetes requires knowledge of primitives, and awareness of design principles and practices. This article provides an overview of Kubernetes and guidance for how to best use it.
docker  architecture  containers  k8s  kubernetes 
february 2018 by lenards
Some interesting learning here on the deeper ways that you can use Kubernetes in your application architecture.

> Kubernetes offers a full set of distributed primitives (such as pods, services, controllers) that addresses the requirements and drives the design of our applications. These new primitives and the platform capabilities dictate the guiding design principles and design patterns we use to implement all future services.

It also highlights the broad surface area of Kubernetes. The points on broad adoption across various platforms are also important to note.
february 2018 by thingles
To successfully design for, implement, and run applications on Kubernetes requires knowledge of primitives, and awareness of design principles and practices. This article provides an overview of Kubernetes and guidance for how to best use it.
kubernetes 
february 2018 by geetarista
RT : If you are new to Kubernetes, this is a good overview so you can sound informed at nerd parties.
from twitter
february 2018 by jbellis
Key Takeaways The way we should look at Kubernetes is more like a fundamental paradigm that has implications in multiple dimensions, rather than an API to interact with.
getpocket 
february 2018 by linkt