This blog will serve as a tutorial and guide for the minimum requirements a user would need to host in the Arena platform or with a Kubernetes cluster

Kube-ns-suspender watches namespaces and "suspends" them by scaling to 0 some of the resources. Once a namespace is suspended, it will not be restarted automatically. This allows to "reactivate" namespaces only when required and reduces costs

akcess is a command-line utility that can be used to share very fine-grained access to your Kubernetes cluster with other teams

This GitHub action starts a k3s cluster of chosen version and sets KUBECONFIG to created cluster. This is helpful for testing applications/operators on top of a Kubernetes cluster

In this article, you will learn how to set up a local development environment to deploy and test your application on Kubernetes using Tilt and Rancher Desktop

In this article you will learn how you can use the ambassador, adapter, sidecar and init containers to extend yours apps in Kubernetes without changing their code

In this article you will compare different installation methods for Traefik:

➀ Helm chart
➁ Command Line Interface [CLI]
➂ File base [through ConfigMap]
➃ Environment variables
➄ Custom Resources Definition [CRD]

Skaffold is a tool that:

- Builds Docker images
- Pushes them
- Deploys your Kubernetes resources with the docker images it just built

And it does everything with one single command

Learn how to use it in this tutorial

Devtron is a web-based CI/CD orchestrator for Kubernetes. It integrates various Open Source tools to provide AppOps, which also includes Security Scanning, GitOps, Access Control, Debugging and Observability

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In this post, you'll trace the path a Kubernetes deployment object takes from the time we enter "kubectl create deploy nginx --image=nginx --replicas=3" to when we finally see the three running nginx pods

This repo covers Kubernetes objects' and components' details (Kubectl, Pod, Deployment, Service, ConfigMap, Volume, PV, PVC, Daemonset, Secret, Affinity, Taint-Toleration, Helm, etc.), and possible example usage scenarios (how-to, hands-on labs, etc.)

Kui is a GUI-enhanced CLI interface for managing Kubernetes clusters
Kui enriches the good old terminal experience with GUI features, giving you a different perspective of your Kubernetes cluster

A cool home lab built out of 4 Raspberry PIs and another RPI as a NAS server

It features Kubernetes, K3S, Gitops, Flux, Grafana, Prometheus, Plex, and Longhorn

Kubernetes Guide is a guide covering Kubernetes including the applications and tools that will make you a better and more efficient Kubernetes developer

kubectl-ice is a kubectl plugin that lets you see the configuration of all pod's containers

You can inspect volumes, images, ports and executable configurations, along with current CPU and memory metrics at the container level

In this article, you'll learn how to create TLS certificates for your application with cert-manager. and DNS entries with external DNS
Finally, you will expose your applications with an ingress resource to tie it all together

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In this article, you'll learn in detail how to set up remote debugging between IntelliJ IDE and a Java application running inside a Kubernetes pod — without using any additional third-party software

Ephemeral containers are special type of container that runs temporarily in an existing pod. This container is never automatically restarted and its lifetime is only up to the life of a pod
Learn how to use it for troubleshooting it in this article

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