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Adding Users To EKS Kubernetes Clusters

Create a service account and corresponding kubeconfig file on EKS with one simple script!

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Stark & Wayne Internship Program Fall 2021 Kick-Off

We’re excited to announce the restart our internship program for this upcoming fall semester! We put our program on hold temporarily during the Covid-19 pandemic and have been looking forward to restarting it with a new group of interns. As before, the goal of the continuing program is to bring in a group of upperclassmen

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Checking the Current Status of BOSH Resurrection

Where does BOSH store the current status of Resurrection? Tune in to find out.

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Buildkite – Getting Started with iOS Agents in the Cloud

Buildkite is a CI/CD tool that allows you to build the way you want. The easiest way to get started is to simply add a Buildkite Agent to your various environments (dev/qa/staging) and the agent uses your existing build tools with very little extra work. It’s easily installed with Homebrew, includes an attractive cloud-hosted UI,

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Using a Windows Gaming PC as a (Linux) Docker Host

Docker Desktop is a perfectly serviceable way to use Docker on either MacOS or Windows, but for non-trivial use cases, it leaves much to be desired. I recently happened upon one such use case that you might think would be rather common: I develop on MacOS, but since my MacBook Pro only has 16GB of

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Implementing Non-Trivial Containerized Systems – Part 4: Adding a Web Interface

This is the fourth part of a multi–part series on designing and building non-trivial containerized solutions. We’re making a radio station using off-the-shelf components and some home-spun software, all on top of Docker, Docker Compose, and eventually, Kubernetes. In this part, we’ve got a working system, our own rebuildable images, and a portable Docker Compose

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A Decade With Cloud Foundry

Buddhism has its Four Noble Truths. Plato had his Ideals. We’ve spent close to a decade running applications on top of the Cloud Foundry platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and here’s a few universal truths about application development and deployment that we hope you’ll bring to your next Kubernetes project. Start Strong. One of the great joys of

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Implementing Non-Trivial Containerized Systems – Part 3: Deploying Containers Together

This is the third part of a multi-part series on designing and building non-trivial containerized solutions. We’re making a radio station using off-the-shelf components and some home-spun software, all on top of Docker, Docker Compose, and eventually, Kubernetes. In this part, we’re going to take the notes we took during the last part (you did

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Implementing Non-Trivial Containerized Systems – Part 2: Containerizing with Docker

This is the second part of a multi-part series on designing and building non-trivial containerized solutions. We’re making a radio station using off-the-shelf components and some home-spun software, all on top of Docker, Docker Compose, and eventually, Kubernetes. In this part, we’re going to take the architecture we cooked up in the last part, and

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