So. I’ve been working on this tool ‘fluent-bit‘. You know the drill. Compile, curse, change, pull-request, repeat. And one of the features I added was to auto-watch its config file and restart on change. This is important in a Kubernetes environment since you supply config via a ‘config map’, and expect it to auto-apply. Great. […]
Apologies if this is old-hat for you, but, I was awfully tired of ‘git commit; git push; … wait for CI; … helm…’ Lets say you are developing a simple Python flask app. You are going to edit/push many times to get this going perfectly in Kubernetes. So many docker builds and pushes and redeploys […]
If you have a mild allergy to ascii or yaml you might want to avert your eyes. You’ve been warned. Now, lets imagine you have a largish server hanging around, not earning its keep. And on the other hand, you have a desire to run some CI pipelines on it, and think Kubernetes is the […]
Like shaky-cam? Like hearing me speak about ‘what i’ve learned about cloud security and micro-services’? This video is for you! Its our meetup (The Waterloo Technology Chautauqua) on video and posted for your pleasure. Thanks again to Auvik for hosting.
So another day and another ‘registry out of space’. I wrote earlier about the crappy experience increasing this size (and GKE is still on 1.10 so I can’t use the 1.11+ resize mechanism!!!) Vowing not to repeat the ‘that can’t be the right method’ that I pioneered in that post, I decided to dig a […]