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Hoot – Understanding GitOps with special guest, Stefan Prodan

Last week’s Hoot featured a conversation between Yuval Kohavi and Stefan Prodan, developer experience engineer at Weaveworks working on Flux and Flagger on the topic of GitOps. What is GitOps? Borrowing the definition from the Weaveworks website, GitOps is a way to do Kubernetes cluster management and application delivery.  It works by using Git as a single […] | November 19, 2020
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Webinar Recap – GitOps for Multi-Cluster Kubernetes Across Any Cloud

This week we teamed up with our friends at Weaveworks to talk about multi-cluster and multi-cloud Kubernetes in the real world. Multi-cloud is not an empty buzzword, but a reality for many businesses when designing their environments for High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) scenarios, and especially for those that need to operate in […] | April 23, 2020
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Webinar Recap: Progressive Delivery with Service Mesh Hub and Flagger

When thinking about service mesh and the evolution of application networking. The architecture itself is one thing, but we should consider what this new abstraction provides us when thinking about how we can use it as a control point or way to deliver new capabilities to an application environment. What is service mesh? And what […] | August 1, 2019
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Don’t miss Weaveworks and D-Teck Solutions in our July 2019 Webinars

We are excited to feature two webinars in July that focus on use cases and integrations to show how technology is used in real world situations. We look forward to seeing you online. D-TECK SOLUTIONS | July 16, 2019 | 1pm Eastern or 10 am Pacific D-TECK assists organizations in maximizing the performance potential of […] | July 5, 2019
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Minimize the blast radius of changes with Gloo Gateway and Weaveworks Flagger

Progressive delivery is a term used to describe incremental rollout of changes to your system that optimizes for reducing risk and limiting “blast radius” of any negative outcomes of your changes. When we make a change to our system (code change or configuration change) we first expose this change to the smallest subset of users […]

Christian Posta | May 31, 2019
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