Kintone Engineering Blog

Learn about Kintone's engineering efforts. Kintone is provided by Cybozu Inc., a Tokyo-based public company founded in 1997.

Kubernetes

Introducing pvc-autoresizer

By Akihiro Ikezoe. Today, we are excited to announce pvc-autoresizer, which is new, Kubernetes-native, open-source software to provide the ability to expand the size of Persistent Volume Claims (PVCs) on Kubernetes cluster automatically. p…

Production-grade Deployment of PVC-based Rook/Ceph Cluster

By Satoru Takeuchi (@satoru-takeuchi) Introduction Rook/Ceph support two types of clusters, "host-based cluster" and "PVC-based cluster". The former specifies host paths and raw devices to create OSD, and the latter specifies the storage c…

Automating Lifecycle Management of Kubernetes Clusters

By Hiroshi Muraoka (@tapih) This article introduces Cybozu Kubernetes Engine(CKE), a certificated Kubernetes Conformance Software by CNCF. CKE is designed to reduce the operations burden for large Kubernetes(k8s) clusters as little as poss…

Introducing a New Local Storage for Kubernetes: TopoLVM

By Kazuhito Matsuda (@kazmaz11) Local storage in Kubernetes means storage devices or filesystems available locally on each node server. This article briefly reviews existing local storage solutions in Kubernetes, then introduces a new stor…

Project Neco: Building Cloud Native On-Premise Data Centers

By Hirotaka Yamamoto (@ymmt2005) kintone.com, a low-code application platform service, is branded as cybozu.com in Japan. Today, cybozu.com is used by more than 30,000 customer companies. To provide a reliable and cost-effective service, w…