Helm Summit is the centerpiece of Kubernetes news this week. Jessica Deen highlighted the major changes in HelmPack version 3. The docs are already here, so that you can learn all about it.
Stefan Prodan introduced Flux Helm v3 Operator. They also shared a self-paced tutorial on GitOps progressive delivery for Helm release, featuring Flux CD, Linkerd, and Flagger.
Apart from that, we can’t miss out that Containous has announced the launch of Maesh, a lightweight and simpler open source service mesh optimized for cloud-nativeapplications running on instances of Kubernetes deployed at the network edge.
Kyle Galbraith talks about building an event-driven architectures in AWS using serverless. Can be a great thing to try.
Finally, AWS PrivateLink will support Amazon Rekognition, which is something we waited for so long. Good work, AWS.
The only other thing that managed to get our attention this week was adding new features added to AI Hub. Now you can improve your #ML models with ground truth labels and some more features.
Storage Review named Azure Stack HCI a best-of-the-best product for 2019 – and competed a super-detailed report on it.
Anthony Chu shares a helpful article on using TensorFlow with Python Azure Functions to perform large-scale serverless machine learning interference.
This week we also enjoyed a technical story from Carlsberg – basically their customer journey with Azure.