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favicon   Building Terraform From Source With a Patch

On occasion, you need to build Terraform from source. For example, you might need to try out a patch that hasn’t made it into the main repository yet. This is how you do it. If you’re interested in…


favicon   Debugging Crashed Kubernetes Container

When working with Kubernetes, you’re often amazed how easy container, service or secret configurations can be deployed with a simple command. At least as long as it works. The moment your Kubernetes…


favicon   How to Setup a Serverless URL Shortener With API Gateway Lambda And Dynamodb on AWS

Today we will set up a Serverless URL Shortener using API Gateway, Lambda, and DynamoDB on AWS with Python. The service that we will be creating, will shorten URLs via our API which will create an…


favicon   Running Your First Kata Containers on The Kubernetes Cluster

When I first meet the container technology and starting to use it a lot with Docker and Kubernetes later, I wondered about how to make it more secure and also how can I combine the old, good know…


favicon   What is an AWS Outpost Rack?

Learn about the components of an AWS Outpost rack and how you can install it in a data center location.
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favicon   Terraform Best Practices With Examples And Arguments - Anton Babenko

It is easy to get started with Terraform to manage infrastructure as code. Just read the documentation on terraform.io, and you are done. Almost. The harder ...
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favicon   Google/ko

Build and deploy Go applications on Kubernetes. Contribute to google/ko development by creating an account on GitHub.
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favicon   Forget Monoliths vs. Microservices. Cognitive Load is What Matters.

For innovative software organizations, managing the overall cognitive load on their teams is a guiding development and operational principle.
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favicon   Ever Get The Feeling That K8s Tutorials And Books Don't Teach You How to Draw The Owl?

It's been a couple years since I've started using Kubernetes, but it feels like 90% of what I've read, articles I see that look like they may have helpful information, etc. end up being exactly like the 'how to draw an owl' meme.
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favicon   Cycloidio/Terracognita

Reads from existing Cloud Providers (reverse Terraform) and generates your infrastructure as code on Terraform configuration - cycloidio/terracognita
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favicon   Perform a Kubernetes Security Hardening Before You Use Jenkins X

Developers need to make a Kubernetes security hardening a priority before you dabble with Jenkins X in your environment. Don't let Kubernetes vulnerabilities expose your valuable data to possible attacks.


favicon   Live Walkthrough - Raspberry Pi 4 With Kubernetes (K3s)

In this live walkthrough with my brand new Raspberry Pi 4s, I show you how to install Kubernetes (k3s) to create a cluster and then how to deploy OpenFaaS an...
#171 • 29 Jun • Video • share Twitter/ Facebook/ LinkedIn


favicon   How to Track Security Problems in Your Kubernetes Deployments

Kubernetes is getting more secure, but its popularity makes it a target. The new open-source tool kube-hunter helps you improve your team's hunt.


favicon   How to Run Evolution Strategies on Google Kubernetes Engine

Evolution strategies have been shown to be a good alternative for reinforcement learning at tackling certain ML challenges. This post shows you how to use Kubernetes to deploy scalable evolutionary algorithms.


favicon   Follow Logs From Multiple K8s Pods in a Deployment, Replicaset, Etc.

For production applications running in containerized infrastructure (e.g. Kubernetes, ECS, Docker Swarm, etc.)—and even for more traditional infrastructure with multiple application servers (for horizontal scalability), it is important to have centralized, persistent logging of some sort or another.
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favicon   Automate Kubernetes With Gitops

The goal of GitOps is to increase the velocity of your team’s output. It automates much of the process of Kubernetes releases and deployments and avoids the use of custom scripts.


favicon   Amazon EKS Now Supports Kubernetes Version 1.13, ECR Privatelink, And Kubernetes Pod Security Policies

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) now supports Kubernetes version 1.13.7 for all clusters. Additionally, you can use ECR PrivateLink and Kubernetes PodSecurityPolicies with your EKS clusters.
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favicon   10 Ways to Shoot Yourself in The Foot With Kubernetes, #9 Will Surprise You - Laurent Bernaille

10 Ways to Shoot Yourself in the Foot with Kubernetes, #9 Will Surprise You
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favicon   Building a PDF Generator on AWS Lambda With Python3 And Wkhtmltopdf

Creating scalable APIs in 2019 is easier than ever before with serverless auto-scaling compute power being widely accessible. In this article I’ll show you how I created a PDF generator API that can handle with 1000 concurrent requests.
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favicon   What is Rook? Ceph Storage Integration on Kubernetes With Rook

Rook is a cloud-native,open-source storage orchestrator for Kubernetes Cluster.You can use it for file,block and block storage.Its a incubating project of Cloud-Native Foundation.You can examine…