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21. Productionproofing EKS (medium.com)
Published: Friday, 02 November 2018.  By:Deiwin Sarjas
22. Kubernetes Port Forwarding for Local Development: Using kubefwd (imti.co)
Published: Thursday, 01 November 2018.  By:imti.co
kubefwd is an open source utility that helps to enable a seamless and efficient way to develop applications and services on a local workstation. Locally develop applications that intend to interact with other services in a Kubernetes cluster.
24. Kubernetes the very hard way at Datadog (www.youtube.com)
Published: Thursday, 01 November 2018.
Rob Boll and Laurent Bernaille share their experiences in running and building the Kubernetes clusters that power Datadog.
25. Meet kn—a Kubernetes native experience (hackernoon.com)
Published: Thursday, 01 November 2018.  By:Michael Hausenblas
26. Introducing Multicluster-Controller (admiralty.io)
Published: Thursday, 01 November 2018.
A Library for Building Hybrid and Multicloud Kubernetes Operators
27. SRE: Resiliency: Bolt on Rate Limiting using Envoy (medium.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.
Rate-limiting is an effective and simple way to mitigate cascading failure and shared resource exhaustion. Envoy is a feature rich proxy which allows for the easy addition of rate limiting, to any service. This post walks through configuring envoy to enforce rate limiting without changing any application level configuration.
28. Why and how do we run Kubernetes on the Spot instances (medium.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.  By:YR
30. Remotely connecting through Kubernetes to a JMX agent in a Spring Boot 1.x application to monitor an application (medium.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.  By:Tremaine Eto
The Java Management Extensions (JMX) technology is a Java standard and allows for a means of monitoring and managing resources–most notably the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
31. Understanding resource limits in kubernetes: memory (medium.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.  By:Mark Betz
33. Kube-hunter – Hunt for security weaknesses in Kubernetes clusters (www.sectechno.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.
Kube-hunter is a tool that you can use to scan and secure your Kubernetes clusters. The tool was developed to increase awareness and visibility for security issues in Kubernetes environments. Tesla was one of the companies that have left hundreds of Kubernetes administration consoles accessible over the internet without security measures or password protection. scanning and monitoring changes on containers may help to avoid similar situations.
34. Azure/application-gateway-kubernetes-ingress (0.1.3). Ingress controller that can be run on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to allow an Azure Application Gateway (github.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.
This is an ingress controller that can be run on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to allow an Azure Application Gateway to act as the ingress for an AKS cluster
35. Kubernetes operator that watches arbitrary objects and runs shell commands on updates. (github.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.
This operator is a Kubernetes controller framework that can watch any Kubernetes Object that you specify and will just execute a shell command in a subshell on any change to that Object. The usecase of this operator is for Kubernetes Cluster Administrators to be able to automate any workflow in their cluster based on Kuberenetes Object change events without having to write the Kubernetes watch boilerplate everytime. It is NOT intended as a way for any Kubernetes user to send an arbitrary shell command into the shell-operator pod.
36. Creating a kubeconfig file for a self-hosted Kubernetes cluster (docs.shippable.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.
This tutorial explains how to create a kubeconfig file to authenticate to a self hosted Kubernetes cluster. If you use a hosted solution like GKE or AKS, you get the benefit of the cloud-providers Auth system. If it is self hosted, then it lacks this luxury. This guide helps you to create a service account on Kubernetes and create a kubeconfig file that can be used by kubectl to interact with the cluster.
37. Building stuff with the Kubernetes API (Part 4) — Using Go (medium.com)
Published: Wednesday, 31 October 2018.  By:Vladimir Vivien
This is part 4 of a multipart series which covers the programmability of the Kubernetes API using the official clients. This post covers the use of the Kubernetes Go client, or client-go, to implement a simple PVC watch tool which has been implemented in Java and Python in my previous posts.
39. The challenges of migrating 150+ microservices to Kubernetes (www.oreilly.com)
Published: Tuesday, 30 October 2018.  By:Sarah Wells
Sarah Wells explains how the Financial Times migrated microservices between container stacks without affecting production users.
40. Autoscale your Kubernetes workloads with any Datadog metric (www.datadoghq.com)
Published: Tuesday, 30 October 2018.  By: Charly Fontaine, Datadog
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