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In-cluster CNAB management with Brigade 

Next week is KubeCon North America 2019, but we wanted to give you an early preview of one of the things we’ll be showing. Over the last few years, we’ve been working on tools for the cloud native ecosystem. From Helm and Brigade to Porter and Rudr, each tool we have built is designed to stand on its own. But our vision...

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Brigade tutorial: Instant scaling on demand with serverless Kubernetes 

Microservices built on Kubernetes are fast becoming one of the core scenarios where computing is done, and Kubernetes development and operations skills are therefore becoming a larger part of any cloud-native toolset. This article shows how to use Brigade, along with other tools from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), to build a Kubernetes-native application...

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Announcing Brigade 1.0: Build a new kind of distributed application 

Brendan Burns, one of the creators of Kubernetes (and the head of Azure Container Computing at Microsoft) often quips that, “Distributed computing is the new CS 101.” Instead of being considered an advanced topic in computer science, distributed computing is now a core requirement. It is with this in mind that we built Brigade, which...

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Introducing CNAB: a cloud-agnostic format for packaging and running distributed applications 

“The day of the distributed app is near.” That is the mantra we’ve been repeating for years. But with robust cloud offerings, the microservice pattern, orchestration platforms like Kubernetes, and the REST-ification of everything, we’re already there. It is the day of the distributed application. Almost. We’ve gotten the “distributed” thing down, but in doing...

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5 reasons you should be doing container native development 

Docker and Kubernetes are no longer the bleeding edge of technology; they’re the clear platform choice of today and tomorrow. Frequently, though, we developers are writing our applications the way we always have. We do all the coding on our host system (as we‘ve always done), and then we look at containers as a deployment...

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Introducing Brigade: event-driven scripting for Kubernetes 

The team that brought you Helm and Draft is announcing its newest open source Kubernetes-native tool, designed to help dev and ops get their work done quickly. It’s called Brigade and with it you can build any ordered workflow of containers in Kubernetes and trigger the workflow by listening for arbitrary events. Kubernetes is a...

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