Backups are important. How many times have you read that you should always backup before doing this or that? How many times did the documentation actually explain how and what you should backup? And if it did, did it also explain how to restore the backup if needed? Unfortunately, backup and restore documentation is often lacking. And this is the case even for serious projects like Kubernetes. Read on to learn more about backups in Kubernetes how to do them, what to include and why.
A very serious security flaw (CVE-2018-1002105) has just been found and patched for Kubernetes. It affects versions prior to v1.10.11, v1.11.5, and v1.12.3. The newly released v1.13 is not affected. Update your Kubernetes clusters immediately, and then come back to read about it here!
It’s that time of year again! The holiday shopping season has taken off like a rocket, with an estimated 6.5 billion SEK in sales during Black Friday alone. Swedish e-commerce made record sales again, but still, the cost of poor performance is far too high. Our measurements from 2018 and facts from Amazon about the impact of performance on e-commerce show that more than 260 million SEK in potential sales were lost. For no good reason. Read what you can do about it below.