248 posts au Total

2019 November

11-13 How to test infrastructure code: automated testing for Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker, Packer and more

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in …5 × How to test infrastructure code: automated testing for Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker, Packer and more 1. Automated testing for: ✓ terraform ✓ docker ✓ packer ✓ kubernetes ✓ and more Passed: 5. Failed: 0. Skipped: 0. Test run successful.

11-13 Red Hat Introduces open source Project Quay container registry

Quay was the first private hosted registry on the market, having been launched in late 2013. It grew in users and interest with its focus on developer experience and highly responsive support, and capabilities such as image rollback and zero-downtime garbage collection.

11-07 Lessons learned scaling PostgreSQL database to 1.2bn records/month

This isn’t my first rodeo with large datasets. The authentication and product management database that I have designed for the largest UK public Wi-Fi provider had impressive volumes too. We were tracking authentication for millions of devices daily.

11-06 Self-hosted runners for GitHub Actions is now in beta

Since we announced GitHub Actions support for CI/CD In August, self-hosted runners have been one of the most eagerly anticipated updates—and it’s now available in beta. To get started, you must be an administrator to change any configurations.

11-05 Helm Security Audit Results

Today, the Helm Maintainers are proud to announce that we have successfully completed a 3rd party security audit for Helm 3. Helm has been recommended for public deployment.

2019 October

10-29 React Hooks for Remote Data Fetching

SWR is a React Hooks library for remote data fetching. The name “SWR” is derived from stale-while-revalidate, a HTTP cache invalidation strategy popularized by RFC 5861.

10-21 Many Kubernetes Clusters

As a reply to Zalando’s “Running 80+ clusters in production” post, someone asked whether this (80+ clusters) would not defeat “the purpose”? My answer would not fit in a Tweet, so here it is as a blog post. Zalando runs 100+ Kubernetes clusters on AWS. Each cluster runs in its own AWS account.

10-18 How Zalando manages 140+ Kubernetes Clusters

Zalando has 200+ development teams which are fully responsible for owning their applications including 24⁄7 on-call support (“you build it, you run it”). Our Kubernetes platform team provides “Kubernetes as a Service” to 1000+ Zalando developers with the following goals in mind:

10-15 What's Next for Vault and Kubernetes

We’re excited to announce multiple features that deeply integrate HashiCorp Vault with Kubernetes. This post will share the initial set of features that will be released in the coming months.

10-09 n8n.io - Workflow Automation

Open Source Alternative for Zapier/tray.io Watch a Short demo (< 3 min) which shows how to create a simple workflow which automatically sends a new Slack notification every time a Github repository received or lost a star.

10-03 SQL queries don't start with SELECT

Okay, obviously SQL queries do start with SELECT – that’s the first word in most queries! But! Yesterday I was working on an explanation of window functions, and I found myself googling “can you filter based on the result of a window function”.

2019 September

09-28 La dette technique : une supercherie mythologique pour galériens de l’IT

Le claquement du martinet sur l’épaule du développeur empli la salle de réunion de son bruit mou et glaçant. Le Senior Java serre les dents.

09-20 Seven God-Like Bash History Shortcuts You Will Actually Use

Most guides to bash history shortcuts exhaustively list all of the shortcuts available to you. The problem I always had with that was that I would use them once, and then glaze over as I tried out all the possibilities.

09-20 Sampler. Dashboards, monitoring and alerting — right from your terminal

As a backend developer, I always need to monitor something. State machine in the database, records count, message queue lag, custom application metrics, system performance, progress of my deployment scripts. Tons of stuff!

2019 August

08-27 Update: Why we're using a single codebase for GitLab Community and Enterprise editions

In “GitLab might move to a single Rails codebase” we announced that GitLab might move to using a single codebase for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and GitLab Enterprise Edition (EE). Since then we have decided to continue moving toward a single codebase.

08-25 Another one bites the Rust

At my school, it was all about C, and 10 years of C is quite boring (because, yes, I started programming way before my engineering school). I wanted some fresh air, and even if I really liked Python back to that time, i’m more into statically typed programming languages.

08-23 DevOps

DevOps is an organizational and cultural movement that aims to increase software delivery velocity, improve service reliability, and build shared ownership among software stakeholders. Learn how to improve the speed, stability, availability, and security of your software delivery capability.

08-21 How to add integration tests to an Ansible collection with Molecule

Note: Ansible Collections are currently in tech preview. The details of this blog post may be outdated by the time you read this, though I will try to keep things updated if possible. Ansible 2.8 and 2.9 introduced a new type of Ansible content, a ‘Collection’.

08-18 Highlights from Git 2.23

The open source Git project just released Git 2.23 with features and bug fixes from over 77 contributors, 26 of them new. Here’s our look at some of the most exciting features and changes introduced since Git 2.22. Git 2.

08-13 Un développeur de PHP propose un langage fortement typé, le P++, avec des fonctionnalités plus avancées

Zeev Suraski, un développeur de PHP a proposé il y a quelques jours un langage frère au PHP.

08-12 SSH Bastion/Jumphost + Ansible configuration.

In this article I describe how I setup, configure and use my Linux Workstation and SSH Bastion/Jumphosts for maximimum awesomness and ease of use.

08-10 microsoft/aksworkshop

This is the repository for the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Workshop website. For the full workshop experience, go to https://aksworkshop.io Feel free to open Issues with requests for new topics or challenges.

08-09 A Drupal Operator for Kubernetes with the Ansible Operator SDK

Kubernetes is taking over the world of infrastructure management, at least for larger-scale operations, and best practices have started to solidify.

08-09 wizard zines

★ wizard zines ★ About Print directions Mailing list Zines at work! Hi! I’m Julia (@b0rk, jvns.ca). Here are my programming zines! The ones with black and white covers are free, the ones with colour covers are $10 for personal use.

08-09 Instruqt

08-08 Un audit identifie plus de 30 failles dans l'environnement Kubernetes

News

08-06 How to Remediate Kubernetes Security Vulnerability: CVE-2019-11247

A new Kubernetes security vulnerability was announced today, along with patch releases for the issue for Kubernetes versions 1.13, 1.14, and 1.15.

08-05 Design Patterns for Microservices

Microservices can have a positive impact on your enterprise. Therefore it is worth knowing how to handle Microservice Architecture (MSA) and some Design Patterns for Microservices, as well as, general goals or principles for a microservice architecture.

2019 July

07-29 Benchmark results of Kubernetes network plugins (CNI) over 10Gbit/s network (Updated: April 2019)

This article is an update of my previous benchmark, now running on Kubernetes 1.14 with CNI version up-to-date in April 2019. First of all, many thanks to Cilium team who helped me by reviewing and correcting my metrics monitoring scripts.

07-25 Hugo 0.56.0: Hugo Modules and Deployment

Hugo 0.56.0 is filled with improvements, but there are two main headliners: Hugo Modules and Hugo Deploy. Hugo Deploy is implemented by @vangent and brings built-in deployment support for GCS, S3, or Azure using the Hugo CLI. See the Hugo Deploy Documentation for more information.