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At some point, we've all been in an environment similar to the one shown above and had the fun experience of SSHing from one Jumpbox to the next in order to access a deployment in…

Posted by:David Dobmeier

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Authentication ScenariosWhen using Concourse in several environments, you'll eventually end up in a situation where you're on a remote system (Jumpbox, Docker Container, etc) and need to use fly to get or set a pipeline,…

Posted by:David Dobmeier

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In general, it is not a good idea to have all of your infrastructure sitting on the public internet. AWS solves this issue by creating VPCs (Virtual Private Clouds) which have private subnets to sequester…

Posted by:David Dobmeier

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Why are we interested in Postgres on Kubernetes?  I gave a talk last week on beginning the journey to getting PostgreSQL running on Kubernetes at the Buffalo Web Developers Database Meetup.  There were examples on…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Developing against BOSH, UAA, CredHub, and Concourse has never been easier, with the new Docker Desktop for macOS support of BUCC (introduced in version 0.7.1). If you have not already, get Docker Desktop…

Posted by:Ruben Koster

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"How do I use a new buildpack if our firewalls do not allow access to GitHub, and if I cannot install new system buildpacks?" Good Question.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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Previously, I demonstrated the idea of distributing a Cloud Foundry Sidecar within a Buildpack. In this article, we will finish the job of installing a working Sidecar executable into a Buildpack.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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Package management has not been part of core Golang before. Each year, there has been a different de facto standard. In recent years, it was "official [core team] experiment" dep. Finally, we have Go Modules.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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This is the second part of my journey as a Cloud Foundry operator learning about the various components Kubernetes by comparing the components to functionalities I know in Cloud Foundry.  The start of this series…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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