Lessons learned, tips and documentation provided by the Humanitec team.
A major bug urgently needs fixing in Production, but QA is impossible because Staging is ahead of Prod. This blog post will detail how to clone your Production environment to allow immediate testing before hot-fixing Production.
In this article, we look at ephemeral testing environments, small, discrete, and short-lived testing environments that reflect only the changes you are interested in testing.
How to manage environment variables? Read the full interview with DevOps Engineer Antoine Rougeot about the fear to break things, teams struggling with Microservice setups, and some hot tips.
Environment variables are a common way for developers to move application and infrastructure configuration into an external source outside of application code. This post shows you the variety of ways Kuberentes helps you create and manage environment variables within kubernetes.
In this article Christoph Richter, COO at Humanitec, shares insights about the potential of environment variables. Storing configurations in the environment is important if your team wants to use container-based applications, or continuous delivery as effectively as possible.
Increasing numbers of services in a cluster can quickly lead to versioning dependency hell. Learning how to manage those environments properly will save users from problems when testing.
Before you can make the most of your Kubernetes environment, you need to understand some basics. This includes understanding what an environment is, why you need more than one, the common cluster challenges that many developers face, and the basics of managing a Kubernetes environment.