Tales from Cloudy McCloudface
Published May 20, 2019 by Isaac Johnson
Rancher calls itself simply “Multi-Cluster Kubernetes Management” and that fairly sums it up. It’s an app, most often run as a container that can handle the creation of k8s clusters over a variety ...
The Other Clouds: Vultr
Published May 17, 2019 by Isaac Johnson
In our last post we explored DigitalOcean following Linode. Another that often gets mentioned alongside DigitalOcean and Linode is Vultr. So how does Vultr compare for k8s hosting? Follow my ardu...
The Other Clouds: Digital Ocean and Kubernetes
Published May 11, 2019 by Isaac Johnson
Another fantastic public cloud provider outside the big three is DigitalOcean. Known for high speeds and low costs, they’ve been around for 7 years and have quite a fan base. According to Hackernoo...
The Other Clouds: Linode and Kubernetes
Published May 8, 2019 by Isaac Johnson
So far we have dug in quite a bit using Azure’s Kubernetes Service (AKS). This is primarily because i’m a bit of a fan and use it daily. But what other offerings are out there? Certainly Amazon h...
AKS and Stash: k8s native backups
Published May 5, 2019 by Isaac Johnson
Appscode Stash is slick k8s native suite to backup a variety of kubernetes objects including deployments and more. Let’s dig in on AKS to see how we can use stash for a real application.
Automating AKS Deployments like a Boss: Part 7
Published Apr 30, 2019 by Isaac Johnson
In our last article we covered deploying AKS with the Azure CLI and Kubespray. Today we will dig into two more ways; Hashicorp Terraform and ARM Templates.
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