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Extend the Kubernetes API and customize your Resources using CRD on a Developer Control Plane (Part 2)

Extend the Kubernetes API and customize your Resources using CRD on a Developer Control Plane (Part 2)

In part 1 of this series [https://cto.ai/blog/scale-kubernetes-workloads-and-remove-limits-using-crd-on-a-developer-control-plane-part-1/] , we deployed our EKS infrastructure using the Developer Control Plane and scaled the Kubernetes API by installing the Prometheus Grafana Kube stack. In the second part of this series, we will be configuring our Custom Resource Definition (CRD) and setting up Grafana and Prometheus to gather insights and key metrics from our Developer Control Plane. 1. Ba


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Scale Kubernetes Workloads and remove limits using CRD on a Developer Control Plane (Part 1)

Scale Kubernetes Workloads and remove limits using CRD on a Developer Control Plane (Part 1)

One of the most critical Kubernetes limitations is that most of the resources and objects, including containers, have a set of default limits from the default Kubernetes API. These limits prevent you from managing resources and extending the Kubernetes API to be more flexible for your workloads. Kubernetes resources and objects can be extended, amplified, and flexible using custom resource definitions (CRDs) hosted on a Developer Control Plane. CRDs, together with a Developer Control Plane, gi


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Simplify Rolling Updates on AWS EKS with a Developer Control Plane: perform reliable upgrades with zero downtime

Simplify Rolling Updates on AWS EKS with a Developer Control Plane: perform reliable upgrades with zero downtime

Kubernetes has several options for configuration and formatting, but only a few developers understand them well. As more configurations go into your application, the application becomes susceptible to bugs. In the long run, these errors can affect the performance of your entire DevOps toolchain and result in unsuccessful upgrades when introducing changes. CTO.ai's Developer Control Plane simplifies the process of creating and managing applications composed of multiple containers. If you have a


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