Looking for the fastest way to create Node.js development environments? Not sure if Node.js is right for you? With one-click solutions like AWS Lightsail and Bitnami’s ready-to-run Node.js application, exploring the fastest growing development environment has never been easier. Node.js has become a preferred development stack for many developers internationally. Bitnami applications and AWS Lightsail […]
Serverless computing has given back loads of time and money to developers whose focus is to create new, popular and disruptive applications. Without serverless computing, developers would still be spending most of their time on infrastructure rather than building new features to improve their users’ experience. With the move to containers and increased market share […]
2017.container.camp/au/speakers/angus-lees/ @containercamp There is an ongoing transition in infrastructure plumbing as successive technology layers emerge, evolve and mature. Containers and Pods are now the lowest compute unit, and the building blocks become “applications/services” rather than “servers”. We look at Kubernetes applications definition and how serverless computing fits within this new model, putting the focus on […]
Watch this demo of Cabin, a mobile application to help manage your Kubernetes clusters. Other features include: – Add k8s clusters with token or basic auth authentication. – Swipe left to edit or delete entities – Swipe down to refresh lists – Mark Nodes as unschedulable – Put Nodes in Maintenance mode – Remove and […]
Why You Should Watch: Code review has become an important part of the software development process. It’s how we keep our code quality high, our products stable, and our teams informed. However, there’s more to products than just code — documentation and UI designs need review, as well. With an increasing amount of items to […]
A demonstration of writing serverless functions with Kubeless using the Minikube development environment on your desktop. 00:00 – Intro 01:11 – Basic Kubeless commands 02:40 – Explore the Deployment in the Kubernetes Dashboard 04:00 – Getting the ip address from Minikube 04:27 – Running the function 05:40 – Running the function with $ kubeless function […]
Building and maintaining a community is a big aspect of working on Open Source. In this talk, I will highlight the different aspects of communities such as governance and communication. I’ll explain some of the processes and tools used by projects and how you can use these to participate in an Open Source community.
This talk will cover the definition of concepts such as continuous integration, its cons and pros, and how CI/CD should be implemented with TravisCI, with examples of good and bad practices. Afterwards, a demo with a brief example of releasing a C++ project to GitHub will be shown.