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At Kubeshop, we identify significant problems worth solving in the Kubernetes and cloud-native space. We turn them into opportunities for open-source tools for developers and testers.
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Deploying your web application in Kubernetes hasn't been easier with the use of Kusk Gateway. Read on for an in-depth tutorial on how to deploy your web applications quickly!
Monokle v1.13 is here. We’ve got a fully dedicated Cluster Management Mode and a new “Compare & Sync” function.
Site reliability engineers are concerned about monitoring, not testing. Right?
We're proud to announce the v1.4 release of Kusk Gateway, which adds support for code-first OpenAPI generation, install Kusk CLI using `apt` and `choco` and scalable authorization with Cloudentity.
Tracetest's latest release includes environments and transactions making it possible to chain your tests and share environment variables between them.
Frédéric Harper introduces himself as the new Kubefirst Principal Developer Advocate
Botkube v0.16.0 adds new event filter criteria allowing more granular event tuning, and actions, which automatically run commands when specified event types are received.
With open source Botkube, you can monitor multiple clusters, debug your deployments in real time and check the state of your clusters for recommendations on where your team could continuously improve
Leverage the power of Monokle Desktop to create, navigate, and debug Helm charts resulting in quality deployments.
Monokle Cloud helps engineers improve the quality of Kubernetes deployments by providing powerful features of open source Monokle Desktop for free in any browser.
Testkube v1.7 is out! This release includes important features, including a long awaited ability to define timeouts for your Tests and abort Test executions, JMeter integration and updates to the UI.
A few days have gone by after Kubecon NA in Detroit - read more about what I learned as a start-up sponsor.
This creates complex challenges for developers trying to push commits with confidence and DevOps teams responsible for fine-tuning their pipelines.
The dream of having Kubefirst on the KubeCon floor came to its actualization, as our newly acquired project and freshly built team at Kubeshop traveled to meet in Detroit at KubeCon.
Kubecon Detroit is over. Read about the week from an Observability and OpenTelemetry perspective.
With kubefirst local, you can explore some of the best parts of Kubefirst running for free on a local k3d cluster in less than 5 minutes - without any cloud costs or domain prerequisites.
The Monokle team at Kubeshop is proud to announce the initial release of Monokle Cloud - a browser based version of the popular Open Source Kubernetes Configuration management tool, Monokle Desktop.
Botkube v0.15.0 adds some great interactivity features aimed at application developers who may not be Kubernetes experts.
Kusk has partnered with Cloudentity, an Authorization as a Service platform, to enable users to create powerful authorization rules while still using OpenAPI at the core of their API workflows!
BotKube v0.14.0 addresses a number of community-suggested issues and adds some great features to help you control the notification levels you receive from your Kubernetes clusters.
The latest release of Testkube v1.6 includes performance improvements, Test Triggers, Secret Variables, and much more.
We're excited to release Kusk v1.3 with many improvements to the CLI experience, and a totally new design of the dashboard. Read more to learn about the new features!
Tracetest now directly supports OpenSearch as a backend storage system for OpenTelemetry based traces. Tracetest can be installed and you can immediately begin creating trace-based tests.
Git-enabled K8s Configuration Tool & Version Control Editor
The latest Kubefirst v1.9 release includes support for Github allowing another git provider to the platform provisioner.
Creating the custom test execution infrastructure from scratch can quickly get very complicated and time consuming. Testkube can make this process both straightforward and quicker.
Git seems to be mentioned everywhere these days. Do you have a clear understanding of it? Review key concepts to leverage Git in your pipeline.
One of the few challenges that remains for Kubernetes is how to efficiently get started. Learn about the first steps to take when implementing Kubernetes for your organization.
In the video, Henrik provides an overview of Tracetest, shows how to deploy it, covers how to create and run tests from both the UI and from the CLI, and discusses Tracetest’s value.
This release includes an updated, easy to use installation process and improvements to workflow usage.
Learn more about how to test APIs in Kubernetes with Postman and Testkube.
Adding CORS should not be complicated. Read more to learn how Kusk help CORS configuration using OpenAPI.
Read more to learn how you can combine the power of OpenAPI with a Design-First approach with a successful agile environment!
The Kusk team is proud to announce the v1.2.0 release of Kusk Gateway, which adds OAuth support, mocking of the API directly from the CLI and improved developer experience of the CLI!
The Kusk team is hitting the road to meet users and industry friends face-to-face across the US in September. Read more to see how we can meet!
The latest release of Botkube is here! This release from the new Botkube team includes user-requested multi-channel support and much more.
Cloud-native testing tools allow you to deploy tests in your clusters, the executions are super scalable and they are not coupled to any CI/CD framework
This release brings a big visual change to the UI when it comes to Test metrics & execution charts.
While tools to enable Trace-Based Testing are new, the concept has been utilized & discussed since 2010. Read the what, why, and learn how you can utilize OTel tracing to supercharge your testing.
The Tracetest team is similar to a microservice based architecture. Multiple languages, distributed, using the best person for the job. To provide ‘Observability’ for the team, we went to Cartagena!
Dive into how OpenAPI can help API developers become productive and what its support looks like in the current state of the Kubernetes realm
Deploying to Kubernetes can be a relatively painless process. Learn how to leverage the power of Monokle and Kustomize to scale quality application deployments to K8s.
How to write better E2E tests using Cypress while avoiding the most common pitfalls. Discusses avoiding the use of wait, importance of using baseUrl and chains, and more.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) landscape is vast and complex with projects from hundreds of contributors. Find out how to navigate the CNCF landscape with Kubefirst.
It's our first birthday! To celebrate, Monokle v1.10.0 is making cluster operations easier, faster, and more manageable.
One of the biggest releases to date, the latest v1.8 of Kubefirst includes an updated CLI that enables platform provisioning for Kubernetes
Check out the 1.4 version of Testkube, including a new UI design, the ability to create TestSuites, Github Actions, Chocolatey installer, and much more.
Tracetest released v0.6 introducing the ability to create tests based on gRPC or Postman Collections in addition to other new features.
See how Tracetest developed a code editor for adding advanced selectors in our UI. Discusses the business need, requirements, and React implementation utilizing the Code Mirror editor & Lezer parser.
Leverage Monokle to inspect existing cluster resources, Helm and Kustomize outputs, and vanilla manifests for OPA errors before deployment.
Kubefirst, an open-source, gitops-driven, Kubernetes-centric infrastructure and application delivery ecosystem is acquired by the Kubernetes open-source accelerator Kubeshop.
Let's explore how you can use OpenAPI with Kusk Gateway to ensure that all the request bodies sent to your cluster a properly validated!
A look at utilizing doubles in tests, full system integration tests, and trace based tests when developing test suites and the pros and cons of each technique.
Monokle v1.9.0 is here! Our team is proud to share the latest features and updates including the new Search & Replace panel, UX updates, and more!
Learn how to preview, navigate, edit, and validate Helm Outputs with Monokle. Gain visibility and control of the exact resources being deployed to your Kubernetes cluster via Helm charts.
Welcome to v.1.3 from Testkube, which features an updated UI to add Basic and Secret variables to Tests and Test Suites, ARM64 support, Slack Integration, ArgoCD integration and much more.
Tracetest can spot anomalies in code before users or developers encounter them. Learn more about how to use it in a Test-Driven Development (TDD) flow.
Kubeshop acquires InfraCloud's BotKube, an open source collaborative management platform that monitors Kubernetes clusters and helps with interactive debugging. Read more about the future plans.
The Kusk team is proud to announce the v1.1.0 release of Kusk Gateway, which adds Header Based Authentication, Rate limiting, Caching and Post-processed OpenAPI definitions
If you’re keen to not accidentally see your tests go viral, which is something we all should try to aim for, what can you do to make integration testing a bit easier?
Wito walks through how to introduce variations and adjust Kustomize packages in Kubernetes using Monokle.
See the challenges faced & approach taken in designing a CI pipeline using Github actions to run integration tests against an actual Tracetest deployment using Cypress and Tracetest.
We will explore how to use Kusk Gateway and OpenAPI to generate automatic mocks of your APIs that will allow for rapid prototyping between your teams
Tracetest released v0.5 with new capabilities to enable you to create trace-based tests for your microservice based system. The release includes better assertions, versioning, & CI/CD capability.
Team Monokle is proud to announce version 1.8.0 - featuring Compare Anything (fka Cluster Compare), instant visibility, updated Helm support, and more.
The latest release from the Testkube team features an updated UI to create and run tests easily, Slack integration, new SoapUI & Artillery executors, and more.
Learn how to harness the power of k6 load testing in Kubernetes with Testkube's CLI and API.
A history of the birth of OpenTelemetry Tracing. From Dapper in 2010 to Zipkin, Jaeger, OpenTracing & OpenCensus, we discuss how the industry coalesced around OpenTelemetry over the last 14 years.
Learn how to run functional tests in Kubernetes with SoapUI and Testkube.
What is APIOps and how can we use the OpenAPI standard as a way to implement an API-First & Design-first approach to development of modern REST APIs deployed to Kubernetes.
As more organizations adopt Kubernetes, the deeply complex cloud-native landscape is evolving so fast that it’s becoming hard to keep up.
Why aren’t we, as cloud-native engineers working on global software development teams, talking more about testing?
We released Tracetest to the public last week. Learn more about how we'll go from MVPrototype to MVProduct as we inch closer to our next release.
The Kusk team is proud to announce the v1.0 of Kusk-gateway, which adds Kubernetes API mocking capabilities, a CLI tool, auto-deployments, an interactive dashboard, and HTTP-related improvements.
It’s not enough to have your Kubernetes manifest syntax error free. Security and following best practices, are a vital part of a healthy and reliable application deployment.
Learn how to create your own Kubernetes home server and expose it to the internet with the help of Monokle, a Kubernetes manifest IDE.
Manage and run end-to-end Cypress testing in Kubernetes and access Cypress recorded videos easily with Testkube!
Introducing Tracetest, a tool which allows easy creation of end-to-end tests via a simple user interface. Leverages your current investment in OpenTelemetry based tracing to make deep testing simple.
Use OpenAPI to drive the functional and operational aspects of your APIs with a Design-First approach and automated deployment.
Testkube is a framework that natively integrates test orchestration and execution into Kubernetes and your CI/CD/GitOps pipeline.
Learn about the common errors in Kubernetes manifests and how Monokle can help you identify and fix errors instantly.
The Kusk team is proud to announce the beta release of Kusk Gateway, which adds API mocking capabilities, a CLI tool, and HTTP/SSL-related improvements.
The Monokle Team at Kubeshop is proud to announce version 1.6.0 of Monokle, our open-source desktop tool to help you with all-things-related to Kubernetes manifests.
Adopt the GitOps development process when creating tests for your cloud native application using Testkube and ArgoCD!
We like to think of Testkube turning your cluster into a modern car. Modern cars run diagnostic tests on themselves to show the driver what’s wrong.
Learn how we utilized our own testing framework during the development of Testkube.
Managing Kubernetes manifests can be a difficult, time consuming task if you don’t have an easy way to manage them at scale. That is, if you don’t have Monokle.
Monokle is a great tool to inspect your manifests with an easy and intuitive interface showing you how your manifests are connected to each other and how they translate to your existing cluster.
Monokle is built using Electron, which is used to build desktop applications across multiple platforms using a web framework like react.
Learn about the latests features like adding grouping of different test scripts, tests/scripts tagging, filtering tests, a local dashboard for test managers, and much more!
The Monokle Team at Kubeshop is proud to announce version 1.5.0 of Monokle, our open-source desktop tool to help you with all-thing-related to Kubernetes manifests.
Kusk automates generation of resources for various ingress controllers by treating your OpenAPI Specification as the source of truth for configuration.
Kusk-gateway v0.0.0.alpha.2 was released today with lots of enhancements, new features and bug fixes.
Testkube, an open-source, lightweight testing framework for Kubernetes, takes a somewhat opinionated approach to bring testing into the cloud-native era.
Another month - another release for Monokle - our open source desktop tool for making the lives of all dedicated kubernetes manifest/yaml herders out there a little/lot easier!
Hear ye, hear ye, Testkube has a new release out - with something to show off.
Kubeshop is excited to sponsor the first Cloud Native Hackathon by Community Classroom. Check out our guide to Monokle, TestKube, and Monokle to get started with the tools before the Hackathon.
If you are looking to improve your cloud native OpX, give Monokle a try. It will make you a happier YAML engineer.