We are growing fast – by more than 50% over the past six months. Here we have gathered all our newest members for a group photo in our new office at Kuratorvägen 2A in Umeå. You are welcome to swing by and have a cup of coffee with us, and we´ll show you around!
Deploying Kubernetes on a private cloud environment like VMware vSphere or OpenStack is great for developer innovation speed, security, and to ensure compliance. But be careful. Changing credentials (password) of the user that deployed the cluster may have unexpected consequences!
GKE, Google Container Engine, is an easy way of getting started with a managed Kubernetes service. In this post, we show how to get started from scratch and wind up with a cluster that is provisioned using Terraform. Defining your infrastructure in Terraform means that you can easily create a replica of your GKE environment. This is useful for e.g. a staging environment or to recover from a disaster. Let’s get started!
This article will explore building geo-distributed applications, with a particular focus on using NewSQL databases.
If you can endure some theory, you will be richly awarded in the end with sample code to run your WordPress-powered blog or CMS across three (!) Kubernetes clusters in three (!) different geographical regions.