Posts Tagged ‘Kubernetes’

For a little while I’ve been maintaining a FaaS on Kubernetes list to track the many implementations of Functions as a Service running on top of Kubernetes. Today brings CloudState as the first addition in a little while, and it’s quite an interesting one for a variety of reasons. Knative I became aware of CloudState […]


I’ve seen this emerge a few times: I want a thing Eek – too many things – I need a thing manager I don’t care about things, just do the thing for me Applying the pattern to Kubernetes: I want a Kubernetes Eek – too many Kubernetes – I need a Kubernetes manager I don’t […]


I’m starting to see companies abandon Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) in favour of Kubernetes distributions such as Red Hat’s OpenShift; and it’s almost certainly just a matter of time before we see traffic in the opposite direction. My suspicion is that this is nothing to do with the technology itself[1], but rather that early implementations […]


TL;DR VMs on public cloud don’t provide the same level of control over sizing as on premises VMs, and this can have a number of impacts on how capacity is managed. Most importantly ‘T-shirt’ type sizing can provide sub optimal fit of workload to infrastructure, and the ability to over commit CPUs is very much […]