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Do you use Alpine Linux images? Ubuntu? What versions of MySQL are you currently running (and where)? We can answer these questions and more with custom output formats for kubectl!…

Posted by:James Hunt

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Keeping all that Kubernetes syntax straight can be daunting. Is that property a string or can it be a number? Does that collection get set as a map or a list? Who knows? Kubernetes knows.…

Posted by:James Hunt

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Cloud Foundry can now be deployed as a Helm Chart in Kubernetes. We'll explore how this is achieved using Kubecf and the cf-operator.…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Amazon's EKS is a managed Kubernetes cluster where you bring the worker nodes and Amazon provides the rest. Try it out today!…

Posted by:James Hunt

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If you already have used Helm 2 there are just a few changes that you'll need to make in Helm 3 to deploy the old and new charts you know and love!…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Nearly every Docker image you've ever run on Kubernetes will not work on your Homelab Raspberry Pi cluster. Why? What do we need to do? This article introduces the "docker buildx" plugin to make it easy to produce mult-arch Docker images.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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Get started with Kubernetes using Minikube, a tool which allows you to run a cluster on your laptop, for free!…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Tutorial based on https://blog.alexellis.io/create-a-3-node-k3s-cluster-with-k3sup-digitalocean/ and converted for Google Cloud gcloud commands. At the end is a curl | bash -s up all-in-one command if you want to do this again in future.…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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kpack for Cloud Native Buildpacks, like other CI/CD systems, expects failure. Humans expect logs. How do the humans find the logs for CNB build failures?…

Posted by:Dr Nic Williams

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