If you are on Shipa Cloud today, some of you might have noticed a new module called Insights. We are pleased to announce the soft launch / initial release of Shipa Insights and certainly have a lot in store as we continue to build out the module.
Like your virtual machine running another virtual machine [nested virtualization] or Docker-in-Docker [dind], today thanks to Loft Labs, you are now able to run multiple virtual Kubernetes clusters in a Kubernetes cluster. In this example, we will spin up a pair of virtual clusters and wire them to Shipa.
There is a balance in developer self-service. You need to balance choice and convention; this can be viewed as also balancing innovation vs control. Software development is an exercise in constant innovation.
Oracle Kubernetes Engine [OKE] and Shipa together can take Kubernetes clusters from vanilla to application ready in minutes. In this example, we will deploy a new application and detect an existing application with Shipa to show developer visualizations.