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Bitnami Kubeapps – Application Dashboard for Kubernetes

Kubeapps by Bitnami (now VMWare) is an application dashboard for Kubernets, which apps being defined as Helm charts. It is any good? Should you use it?

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How To Create Virtual Kubernetes Clusters With vcluster By loft

Can we incorporate database schema migrations into our processes? Can we do it in a Kubernetes-native way and through GitOps tools like Argo CD or Flux? Can SchemaHero be Managing multiple Kubernetes clusters can easily become a burdan. Giving each tenant a Namespace might be too limiting. Can we combine both? Can we solve the multi-tenancy problem by using virtual Kubernetes clusters? Can vcluster from loft be the solution?

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SchemaHero: Database Schema Migrations Inside Kubernetes

Can we incorporate database schema migrations into our processes? Can we do it in a Kubernetes-native way and through GitOps tools like Argo CD or Flux? Can SchemaHero be the solution? It works with PostgreSQL, MySQL, CockroachDB, Cassandra, and SQLite (with more to come).

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Multi-Tenant Kubernetes Cluster With Capsule

What is multi-tenancy? What is a multi-tenant Kubernetes cluster? How do we manage tenants in Kubernetes? How can Capsule help us in creating and managing multiple tenants in Kubernetes clusters?

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Kubernetes Native Policy Management With Kyverno

Successful Kubernetes usage at scale depends on policy enforcement. Among the possible solutions, Kyverno sicks from the crowd by being specifically designed to be Kubernetes Native Policy Management.

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Using Docker Multi-Stage Builds

Is Dockerfile only for building container images or we can do more with it? How about using Docker multi-stage builds to compile binaries, run tests, and other operations typically performed before building container images?

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Argo Rollouts – Canary Deployments Made Easy In Kubernetes

Argo Rollouts provides advanced deployment capabilities. It supports blue-green and canary strategies. It integrates with Ingress controllers and service meshes. Argo Rollouts can query metrics from various providers and make decisions whether to roll forward or to roll back based on the results.

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