This is the first day of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe Virtual. Originally this event was planned for the end of March/ beginning of April in Amsterdam. I was really looking forward to it because Amsterdam is very near where I live. Because of covid-19 is wast decided to postpone the event and finally they made it a virtual event. Despite of the fact that it is now a virtual event I’m still happy that Kubecon + CloudNativeCon is being held.
If you want to try out Tanzu Kubernetes Grid on your VMware environment, you can use the Demo Appliance for Tanzu Kubernetes Grid from William Lam. Version 1.1.3 just has been released. This is a Virtual Appliance that pre-bundles all required dependencies to help customers in learning and deploying standalone Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) clusters running on either VMware Cloud on AWS and/or vSphere 6.7 Update 3 environment for Proof of Concept, Demo and Dev/Test purposes.
Last week I completed Certified Rancher Operator: Level 1. I already had some experience with the products of Rancher Labs. I wrote some posts about the K3S product and I have implemented a Rancher based solution at a customer. Next to that I was part of team tht build a Rancher based platform to host different teams in a muli tenant setup. I already heard that Rancher was thinking about certifications for their products.
In 2015 I started with a personal blog which was called Mindmelt.nl. This blog was based on Wordpress and up until now my blog was running there.Last year I talked with some colleagues about which platform they were using and some of them mentioned Hugo. I really like Hugo and also the fact that when you can check your post local before publishing, push it to a git repository and have it automatically being hosted online.
The engineers from VMware created a new cool fling, Kubewise. If you want to get in contact with the engineers who created it or download it, go to https://flings.vmware.com/kubewise. You can run this tool on Microsoft Windows, Linux, or Apple Macbook. Summary Kubewise is a simple multi-platform desktop client for Kubernetes®. In the same way the kubectl command requires only a valid kubeconfig file to run commands against a Kubernetes cluster, Kubewise requires you just to configure one or more valid kubeconfig files to interact with the corresponding Kubernetes clusters.
If you install k3s with the default settings it also installs Traefik as a load balancer. Traefik also offers a dashboard which is very easy to enable. If you go on your k3s machines to the path /var/lib/rancher/k3s/server/manifests you can find their traefik.yaml. To enable the Traefik dashboard you have to add dashboard.enabled: “true” to the yaml. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 root@k3s-master-1:/var/lib/rancher/k3s/server/manifests# cat traefik.