Here are five tips to help you move your projects to Kubernetes with learnings from the OpenFaaS community over the past 12 months. The following is compatible with Kubernetes 1.8.x. and is being used with OpenFaaS - Serverless Functions Made Simple.
This is a blog post about Derek, our project maintainer and community manager bot for OpenFaaS. As the project grew I quickly needed a way to delegate fine-grained permissions to new contributors and community members. Unfortunately GitHub only has two modes for user accounts "write access" or "no access". Derek solves that problem by delegating fine-grained OAuth permissions to whomever we choose through GitHub comments.
I'm excited to announce that I'm going to be working full-time on OpenFaaS.
In this blog post I'll show you how to set up your own blog just like mine with Ghost, Docker, Nginx and LetsEncrypt for HTTPS. You can follow these instructions to kick-start your own blog or find some alternative approaches in the conclusion.
In this post I want to introduce KVM - Linux's native approach to virtualization. There are many different tools available for building production-grade labs or datacenters and private clouds. The tooling, services and support will vary depending on whether the product targets enterprise, small business or open source.