A looping system is how Kubernetes handles constant change with tons of moving parts and always-changing variables, like someone trying to balance one too many plates.
With the release of Lens 6, the underlying open source project was repurposed, breaking an unwritten rule for open source projects.
GitOps is able to reel tens, then hundreds, and soon thousands of microcomponents all back under control with the simplicity of a single branch of a git repository and some files that describe exactly what’s deployed.
By using modern observability techniques, namely distributed traces, tests can be created to verify the entire system flow based on what actually occurred.
The more services and functions developers create onto the monolith, the more difficult it becomes to untangle it. With SoapUI and Testkube, you can tackle this while leveraging your Kubernetes infrastructure.