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Cloud native with Saiyam - Rise of Kubesimplify!

Saiyam Pathak
Saiyam Pathak
March has been epic month in terms of the content produced by the community and also for me personally as I started a new community with big plans ahead.
Kubesimplify - It is a community that aims to simplify cloud native for all. There are many things tied to it :
  • Student ambassador program - Where Students become part of it and they get resources, mentorship, projects to work on.
  • Blogs - I have tied kubesimplify website with Hashnode as a blogging platform and we have been posting blogs like crazy!!
  • Mini project - The plan is to grow the community and make them learn stuff by doing so there will be mini projects where people can collaborate on and build something useful for kubesimplify.
Within few days of start I have received a massive response in terms of contributions, subscribers, sponsors and we would love contributions so reach out if you want to contribute!
On a personal front I have been undergoing dental procedures - 8 root canals, 2 tooth extractions and 1 implant. 3 RCT is done and 1 implant as well. My process has been painful as all had Lesion Infection. It’s not complete and I plan to pause now for a few months and then resume the rest. Due to this I have not been able to produce more content on my YouTube channel but I have written blogs so that the knowledge keeps on flowing.
Another thing that happened - I got to 10k Subscribers on my YouTube channel!! That is a huge milestone and I would like to thank all of you for motivating me. After my dental procedures I will be back creating video content!

Kubesimplify blogs
At Kubesimplify the plan to to keep posting the content every day so reach out as we need more for the community. All the sponsorship money for Kubesimplify will be given back to the community.
Videos
News and Announcements
Nice February reads(15th to 31st March)
Learning resources/repositories
  • Learning Go - Projects, Algorithms and data structures implemented in Golang with explanations and links to further readings
  • Kaar - Kubernetes application archive, it’s like tar but for Kubernetes. Resulting archive is OCI compliant and can be uploaded to any registry. 
  • KubeHelper - simplifies many daily Kubernetes cluster tasks through a web interface. Search, analyse, run commands, cron jobs, reports, filters, git synchronization and many more.
  • KookKits - highly-opinionated, language-specific, batteries-included debug container images for Kubernetes
  • Awesome WASM tools - A curated list of awesome, language-agnostic WebAssembly tools
  • Keyhouse is a skeleton of general-purpose Key Management System written in Rust.
  • apko - Build OCI images using APK directly without Dockerfile
  • Makeup - A local development tool to replace docker-compose, based on Make
Learn from Twitter
Saiyam Pathak
What comes to mind when you talk about Kubernetes backup ? Also how often do you think you would need a backup like as a daily job with incremental snapshots?
What are the existing solutions out there and have you implemented a backup/DR strategy yet for your Kubernetes cluster?
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Individual supporters
Thank you to the amazing members -> RawkodeMarkyNoelWalidCedric , Jack , Blaize D'souzaChadMCrowellDan POPMeaux and Phil Shapiro
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Some amazing partnerships coming up that will be announced on Twitter so keep an eye out if your org wants to grow the community and support my work then consider becoming a member as it comes with a lot of benefits(membership program)
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