Tag: Kubernetes

  • Go 1.7

    Today I rebuilt one of our micro-services using Go 1.7. 1.7’s new SSA compiler produces faster code but I was surprised to see this much improvement. This isn’t a perfect comparison – a couple of library dependencies got updated as well and Kubernetes may have put the containers on different machines in the cluster.  

  • Prometheus and Kubernetes

    At work we’ve started to instrument our micro-services with Prometheus. The combination of Prometheus and Grafana is pretty amazing. One of the nice things Prometheus does is auto-discovery of services in a Kubernetes cluster. The docs for this area aren’t bad but I couldn’t find a complete example so here’s the configuration we use.  …

  • Python, Asyncio, Docker and Kubernetes

    In the last while I’ve spent some time learning about Docker, Kubernetes and Google Container Engine. It’s a confusing world at first but there are enough tutorials to figure out it all out if you spend the time. While doing this I wanted to create a simple micro-service using Python 3.5’s Asyncio features. This seemed…