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Before going into more details about how to develop an executable for a Python project, get some background information on our CLI tool Gefyra, a tool for local application development directly with Kubernetes. This is an Open Source Python project, that we are trying to wrap into convenient executables in this blog post.
Reddit can be a wonderful community, not just for entertainment but also for professional purposes. We regularly skim through r/kubernetes and the level of discussion can be quite enlightening.
A couple of weeks ago we came across the following question:
“How are your developers testing their code locally?”
There are a couple of different approaches to develop locally using Kubernetes. One very well-known tool for a few different scenarios ranging from local to remote Kubernetes application development is Telepresence. Although Telepresence 2 comes with great features, we have not been completely satisfied with the extent of supported use cases. So we decided to build our own solution. May we introduce: Gefyra.
When it comes to error tracking in our Cloud Native applications Sentry has become our go-to solution. We do love the ease of use, the deep insights and the well-structured documentation. This blog post aims to provide you with our learnings on using Sentry on Unikube’s VueJS based frontend.
Do you want to know how the development process with Unikube consolidates all necessary tools for an easy local development of Kubernetes (K8s) applications? Read on!
The ‘Cloud Native’ development process is an integral part of our projects. However, it can be quite a challenge to migrate existing projects into the Cloud Native workflow. In this blog post, we’ll use three examples to show you the steps that a migration to Cloud Native requires.
There are plenty of possibilities for orchestrating your container landscape and we want to give you a quick little introduction to your possibilities. Taking a look at both cloud-offerings and on-site options.
Becoming a truly Cloud Native company is not easy. It takes evolution. But what stages of evolution do companies have to go through to arrive at the desired stage? And what does that stage entail? Take a look with us!
Docker has become more and more popular in recent years and has now essentially become the industry-standard for containerisation – be it via docker-compose or Kubernetes. When creating Dockerfiles, there are certain aspects that need to be considered. In this blog post, we’ll show you some strategies with which to create slim Docker images.
‘Local Kubernetes development’ aka ‘development of containerised microservices in a local Kubernetes cluster’ means that applications are designed and developed for a Kubernetes architecture – i. e. a developer works with a Kubernetes architecture locally. In this blog post, we’ll show you how local Kubernetes development works.