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K3os, a promising start

K3os, a promising start

Published Dec 22, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

Rancher, best known for their flagship product Rancher, also makes a couple of distributions of kubernetes.  The one we’ve covered the most here is k3s, but they also make RKE (Rancher Kubernetes E...

Distributed Artifactory and Kubernetes

Distributed Artifactory and Kubernetes

Published Dec 3, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

I sat in a meeting recently discussing the merits of an artifact deployment strategy.  One of the leads of the team on the phone wasn’t sure if this strategy would actually work and asked “why don’...

LKE: A solid k8s offering from Linode

LKE: A solid k8s offering from Linode

Published Nov 26, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

Linode announced LKE this year, and while still in private beta, it’s looking quite good for a release any day now (they are actively updatingas I write).  Just this past week I was invited to try ...

Getting Started: Skaffold, a k8s build framework

Getting Started: Skaffold, a k8s build framework

Published Nov 13, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

Skaffold is a recent project from Google recently covered in an article by CBR).  It is meant to be a simple pipeline tool for building container images.  It dates back to January 3 2018 by Matt Ri...

Lenovo Flex 6 14

Lenovo Flex 6 14" 2-in-1 : A Developers Review

Published Oct 28, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

I got permission. It was so much as a need as a want - to get a personal laptop again as my last, an i3 based chromebook had moved on to my eldest and I like having a laptop that isn’t from my empl...

Ubuntu Multipass: Part Deux (k3s and PVC)

Ubuntu Multipass: Part Deux (k3s and PVC)

Published Oct 22, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

K3s on Multipass is pretty nice, but we have to add storage to make it useful.  Let’s add StorageOS to provide a Persistant Volume system.

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