Industry Use Case of Kubernetes

Centralized version control

Centralized version control systems are based on the idea that there is a single “central” copy of your project somewhere (probably on a server), and programmers will “commit” their changes to this central copy.

“Committing” a change simply means recording the change in the central system. Other programmers can then see this change. They can also pull down the change, and the version control tool will automatically update the contents of any files that were changed.

Git is preffered over CVS ::

In Git, you have a full-fledged local repository, so you can make commits all day long even while disconnected. And you can edit those commits, revert, branch, and cherry pick as much as you want, without anybody else having to know.

Since commits were a bigger deal, CVS users often made them infrequently.

Grafana is an open-source platform for data visualization, monitoring and analysis. Our company uses this tool, paired up with Graylog, to monitor technical state of software systems we use internally or build for our customers. Grafana allows users to create dashboards with panels, each representing specific metrics over a set time-frame. Every dashboard is versatile, so it could be custom-tailored for a specific project or any development and/or business needs.

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