by Rich Burroughs

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The program for KubeCon North America 2021 has been announced, and two of the talks can help you get up to speed with virtual Kubernetes clusters.

Loft Labs CEO Lukas Gentele will present a talk titled “Beyond Namespaces: Virtual Clusters are the Future of Multi-Tenancy.” Lukas will…


by Rich Burroughs

It can be challenging to manage costs if your developers use Kubernetes clusters running in the cloud, whether they use shared clusters or have their own dedicated clusters. It’s difficult to keep track of what workloads are running where, and that gets even harder as you add…


by Daniel Thiry

Virtual Kubernetes Clusters (vClusters) have the potential to bring Kubernetes adoption to the next level. They are running in a physical Kubernetes cluster and can be used in the same way as normal clusters, but still are just a virtual construct. (Learn more about how virtual Clusters…


by Deeksha Kaul

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The way we do business has drastically changed over the past few decades as more industries go digital. More fault-tolerant and highly scalable systems, quicker responses to defects, and frequent upgrades call for accelerated delivery and increased productivity from our development teams. Meanwhile, many organizations are still…


by Rich Burroughs

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We’re happy to be attending KubeCon North America 2021 this week in Los Angeles. There are two ways to meet us if you’d like to say hello and chat about Kubernetes.

Loft Labs CEO Lukas Gentele is giving a talk on Thursday at 11 AM titled Beyond…


by Cameron Pavey

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Regardless of the infrastructure you are running, it is always important to keep an eye on your costs. There have been enough horror stories of cloud billing getting out of control that teams should have some measures in place to keep an eye on the usage of…


by Cameron Pavey

Kubernetes is a powerful tool with a lot of functionality, but sometimes you might need to extend that functionality to suit your use case better. This is where Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) come in. CRDs allow you to introduce your own resource types, which follow the same…


by Harshit Mehndiratta

There is no denying the fact that Kubernetes has experienced widespread adoption in the last few years. Its automated deployment and scaling capabilities have made it easier and more convenient for developers to manage and develop advanced applications and services.

While Kubernetes continues to grow and provides…


by Kasper Siig

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Multi-tenancy in Kubernetes can seem like an appealing solution to many problems. Maybe it’s to give your developers their own space and save costs by doing it inside a single cluster. Maybe you provide a service or host a product for your customers, and it makes sense…


by Levent Ogut

Kubernetes brings some challenges to developers. They need to learn some new concepts, how they connect to each other, and most importantly, how to develop applications using a Kubernetes cluster. But the more time they spend in the weeds on these topics, the less time they have…

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