Here in Syndicode, we are fans of new tools! Especially if these tools are related to cloud computing. Crossplane is an open source multicloud control plane that introduces workload and resource abstractions on-top of existing managed services that enables a high degree of workload portability across cloud providers. Aren’t you excited?
Last time we introduced Corral to you. And as Syndicode loves new tools, especially if they relate to the topic of serverless, this time we are presenting you Nuclio! Nuclio is a real-time serverless event and data processing platform!
Can you imagine spanning your application over thousands of servers looks like a single unit? It’s quite simple with Kubernetes. Let’s learn to deploy, manage and scale applications in Kubernetes!
How do you know if your pods are getting any traffic? Oh, yes, a pod is the basic building block of Kubernetes, it is the smallest and simplest unit in the Kubernetes object model that you create or deploy. Today we’ll introduce you ‘Kubespy’. Kubespy is a tool to observe how Kubernetes resources change in real time, derived from the work of making Kubernetes deployments predictable in Pulumi’s CLI.
You probably already know that in contrast to debugging non-containerized apps in production, running a process in a container makes debugging a bit harder. If you use Kubernetes, these are some good tips on debugging Ruby processes in Kubernetes.
Summer is the time when most of the tech and software development conferences are held. RubyKaigi (for example) that lasted from May 31 to June 2 brought many interesting solutions and insights to Ruby and RoR worlds. Today we will tell you about some of them like Kiba or Rib which have been included in our list of the most popular GitHub repositories. Also, you will find there a generic system to build and distribute binary packages, very fast pagination gem, event management tool, database sharding extension, a web framework for Crystal, interactive Ruby shell and more… Read about all of them in our weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. June, 11.