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Feedback Forms: Azure Work Items and Github Issues

Feedback Forms: Azure Work Items and Github Issues

Published Feb 28, 2023 by Isaac Johnson

I’ve used Azure DevOps for years now and, over time, have moved most of my workloads to Github. The outstanding part is, and has been, Azure DevOps Work Items. Work Item management in AzDO is jus...

Ansible AWX: Automating K3s Refresh, Istio, Cert-Manager and AzureDNS

Ansible AWX: Automating K3s Refresh, Istio, Cert-Manager and AzureDNS

Published Feb 24, 2023 by Isaac Johnson

Today we’ll revisit using Ansible (AWX) to respin and on-prem Kubernetes cluster (K3s). We are not only going to testing creating a K3s cluster without Traefik, but we’ll tackle creating and testi...

Hashi Vault on K8s with MFA

Hashi Vault on K8s with MFA

Published Feb 21, 2023 by Isaac Johnson

Hashi Vault is a robust secrets service that we can use many different ways; as a SaaS offering (HCP Vault), marketplace option in our cloud provider or host it ourselves. Today we’ll setup Vault ...

Blogging Platforms you should know: Dev.to, Hashnode, DZone, Blogger, and Post.news

Blogging Platforms you should know: Dev.to, Hashnode, DZone, Blogger, and Post.news

Published Feb 16, 2023 by Isaac Johnson

Recently in a work discussion around blogging, I was asked about dev.to and Hashnode. Today I’ll speak about using them as well as Dzone, Post, and Blogger

Github Workflows with OIDC Cloud Access: Secrets without Secrets

Github Workflows with OIDC Cloud Access: Secrets without Secrets

Published Feb 14, 2023 by Isaac Johnson

Recently, my colleague at Github pointed out that my method for accessing GCP and Azure was fine, but perhaps a bit dated. There are new ways using OpenID Connect that do not require one to create...

Hugo Blogging with Contentful and Azure Static Sites

Hugo Blogging with Contentful and Azure Static Sites

Published Feb 9, 2023 by Isaac Johnson

Following our last few posts about CMS, I wanted to dig into Hugo a bit more. Hugo is an Open Source static site generator that follows similar systems like Jekyll (used here) and Octopress.

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