Over the past five years, we built a technology platform on Kubernetes that makes it easier for companies to develop, deploy, and manage containerized workloads securely, reliably, and at scale.
Today I am very excited to announce that we embark on an amazing journey with WSO2. Together, we will continue to empower our customers to innovate, create, deploy, and manage their cloud native apps and APIs securely, reliably, and scalably on Kubernetes.
Following the acquisition of Platformer by WSO2, we will integrate the Platformer Console with WSO2’s next-generation integration platform as a service (iPaaS) Choreo, which was announced today https://wso2.com/about/news/wso2-acquires-platformer/, with the union of our very own enterprise-grade, cloud native application platform.
For those of you haven’t heard about CivoCloud, CivoCloud is a cloud provider based out of UK specialises in providing fully managed Kubernetes Service. If I am not mistaken they are the first to launch a fully managed k3s as a service. Firstly warmest Congratulations to the team !!! Few weeks back I signed upContinue reading “Taking CivoCloud for a Spin”
Stormy Sunday 5th April, 2020 Melbourne, Australia what best to do is to create yet another Kubernetes Cluster (yakc). Ooops did I invented another acronym? This time my target is to see how fast I can create a yakc on my Ubuntu 18.04 Desktop with Multipass. Few housekeeping items to consider, for most of you should be okayContinue reading “Kubernetes Multi-Node Cluster with Multipass on Ubuntu 18.04 Desktop”
Recently, I had a requirement where I wanted a MySQL Cluster which would support automatic fail overs. So one of my colleagues in the project did a good analysis on available solutions and out of those we chose Galera for it’s simplicity. Here is the complete guide on setting up an HA MySQL cluster with Galera. TheContinue reading “Highly Available MySQL with Galera and HAProxy”
Postgres is an excellent database solution and recently, Platformer Team had the opportunity to implement one for production with one of our larger clients. We thought that we would write down our experiences of the stack and the decision making process that went with it, so it might help someone out there to make betterContinue reading “Postgres In Production with Patroni & TimescaleDB— Our Experiences”
Ina previous article I wrote on how to set up a simple kubernetes cluster on Ubuntu and CentOS. Today I will discuss how to run a production grade cluster on Ubuntu with calico as the CNI plug-in. Most of the commands below will be similar to setting up a simple K8s cluster, with a few exceptions. NodeContinue reading “Running a Kubernetes Cluster on Ubuntu with Calico”
This post is based on the use case of setting up kubernetes with kubeadm on a cluster provisioned with CentOS 7 with firewalld enabled. I decided to write this post as I couldn’t find proper documentation on all the ports that are required to open in this particular use case and thought it would come in handyContinue reading “Kubernetes on CentOS 7 with Firewalld”