Running containers for your dependencies during CI E2E tests in the background, without services
Traefik is my cluster ingress controller, and ahead of the addition of UDP support (which I'm pretty excited about) I'm upgrading Traefik from v1 to v2
Running mailtrain on kubernetes
Who would win? 1 arguably competent developer or one expired encryption boi?
It took way more trial and error than I expected to set up E2E testing for a python-based project on CircleCI -- my loss (of time) is your gain.
I recently went through the trouble of setting up a (very unnecessary) instance of Zulip on my tiny k8s cluster for some people I co-work with. Setting up Zulip was more trouble, and sharing is caring.
I upgraded my tiny cluster from kubernetes v1.13.0 to 1.15.0, and only briefly visited a single pitfall.
More testing of OpenEBS on my small kubernetes cluster
I set up statping for a few websites I maintain on my small k8s cluster
Back-of-the-napkin ideas on a scalable, generic, galaxy-scale compute/storage physical addressing scheme.
A pretty few lines of git magic to fast-forward a git clone without a full git pull
Trying out OpenEBS on my Kubernetes cluster as a replacement for Rook
How to disassemble software RAID on
Third and final part of my adventures and mistakes in trying to get untrusted workloads running on k8s (with container linux underneath)
Second part of my adventures and mistakes in trying to get untrusted workloads on k8s (with container linux underneath)
Adventures and mistakes in trying to get untrusted workloads on k8s (with container linux underneath)
Kicking the tires on Fathom (https://usefathom.com/)
I install Kubernetes on yet another linux distribution, this time Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, using ansible to make it happen
Good resources I've stumbled upon discussing securing your Kubernetes cluster(s)