monthly update

Monthly Update 3

It took me a while to write this update. A lot of is going on in my private life and it is hard to find some free time to write. But, I enjoy writing and sharing. There are some great and important things I want to share in this monthly update. My Updates A few weeks ago I created Cloud Native meetup group in Sarajevo. In Sarajevo we don't have any DevOps or Cloud Native related meetups. But, I know ...

kubernetes, autoscaling, aws

Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaling on AWS

Make no mistake, running a production Kubernetes cluster is not that easy. And, unless you use cloud resources smart you will be spending a lot of money. You only want to use resources that are really needed. When you deploy Kubernetes cluster on AWS, you define min and max number of instances per autoscaling group. You want to watch Kubernetes cluster and on insufficient resources to scale up. Also to scale down when you have underutilized nodes. The piece of ...

kubecon, cloudnativecon

KubeCon and CloudNativeCon Special - Copenhagen 2018

Unfortunately, I missed KubeCon and CloudNativeCon conference in Copenhagen last week and a chance to meet all great people. I guess I will have to wait for another one. Luckily all presentations are online, so I will be able to catch up. Kubernetes is the important part of Cloud Native Computing and as Aparna Sinha mentioned Kubernetes is second to Linux in the number of PRs and issues. Those are the big numbers and I'm happy to be part of ...

kubernetes, descheduler

Meet a Kubernetes Descheduler

The kube-scheduler is a component responsible for scheduling in Kubernetes. But, sometimes pods can end up on the wrong node due to Kubernetes dynamic nature. You could be editing existing resources, to add node affinity or (anti) pod affinity, or you have more load on some servers and some are running almost on idle. Once the pod is running kube-scheduler will not try to reschedule it again. Depending on the environment you might have a lot of moving parts. In ...

monthly update

Monthly Update 2

Here is the second post of my monthly update series. Today is a day 1 of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, and all eyes will be on it for a few days. Unfortunately, I will not be there, but I will track all the events and write about it during the next few weeks. Before that, I will share some news that I found interesting and important. My Updates As usual, I will start with my updates. In April ...

kubernetes, efk, monitoring, logs

Get Kubernetes Logs with EFK Stack in 5 Minutes

Last week I wrote about getting Kubernetes cluster metrics with Prometheus. Metrics are only one part of the story. Logs are important and luckily we have a great set of tools that will help you to create simple and easy logging solution. In this post, I will show you how to start monitoring Kubernetes logs in 5 minutes with EFK stack (Elasticsearch, Fluent Bit, and Kibana) deployed with Helm and operators. Previous post Just blogged: Get #Kubernetes Cluster Metrics with ...