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Logs are a great way of troubleshooting; they can provide a wealth of insight into the inner workings of a process. But what happens when pods crash?…

Posted by:James Hunt

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Which BOSH deployed virtual machines can talk to each other, is the communication 1 way or 2 way? Use arpy to quickly discover the answer to these questions!…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Now that we have everything deployed, let's explore and understand Argo and what it can do for you. Understanding Applications:An Argo Application is a Kubernetes Custom Resource Definition. It is used by Argo to…

Posted by:Konstantin Kiess

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How to build a Platform…

Posted by:Konstantin Kiess

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UNIX/Linux system administrators the world over regularly use log files to get to the bottom of outages and malfunctions.  An indispensable tool in that regard is tail(1), particularly its follow mode flag (-f)…

Posted by:James Hunt

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You've heard of root, but did you know you can get parts of root-iness without being the superuser with complete access to everything all the time?…

Posted by:James Hunt

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Last time, we successfully finished deploying the first part of our platform. We have bootstrapped an AWS Env via Terraform and deployed a Kubernetes Cluster via Kops. ‌‌‌‌Now that we have the infrastructure in place,…

Posted by:Konstantin Kiess

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Introdution:A follow along tutorial to build your own Platform. This was inspired by the gaming speedrun community. A speedrun is a play-through, or a recording thereof, of a whole video game or a selected…

Posted by:Konstantin Kiess

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Today we kick off our Spring 2020 internship and are excited to begin talking about the projects that our team will possibly be working on!…

Posted by:Patrick Jones

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