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AKS and Ingress, again

AKS and Ingress, again

Published Mar 28, 2020 by Isaac Johnson

I wrote most of my Azure Kubernetes guides a while back in a time where Helm 2 was standard and RBAC was an optional add-in.  Recently when doing AKS work for work, I realized really how much has c...

Getting Started with KEDA

Getting Started with KEDA

Published Mar 14, 2020 by Isaac Johnson

A few weeks ago, a coworker of mine posted to our slack this medium articleabout KEDA and Kafka.I wasn’t familiar with Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaler (KEDA)and wanted to find out more. It...

K8s and Redis; a tale of Layer 4 Ingress

K8s and Redis; a tale of Layer 4 Ingress

Published Mar 4, 2020 by Isaac Johnson

One thing that Kubernetes does particularly well is Layer 7 routing with Ingress.  If you have an HTTP/HTTPS service, there are a slew of tutorials out there as well as best practices for routing t...

Github Actions with Pi4 k3s

Github Actions with Pi4 k3s

Published Feb 26, 2020 by Isaac Johnson

In our last post we covered using a k3s on a Raspberry Pi4 to serve up build agents for Azure DevOps.  But what about those who use Github?  Github has a robust yaml based build system with actions...

K3S, Pi4, and Azure DevOps

K3S, Pi4, and Azure DevOps

Published Feb 16, 2020 by Isaac Johnson

We’ve explored Rancher’s K3s before as well as K3OS.  It’s a pretty handy lightweight kubernetes environment.  However, past attempts to make my Pi3b’s proper containerized build agent pools ultima...

CIVO Kubernetes: a solid managed k3s offering

CIVO Kubernetes: a solid managed k3s offering

Published Feb 9, 2020 by Isaac Johnson

I love exploring alternative cloud providers.  A new one I had not been aware of until recently is CIVO.  They are a smaller cloud company focused on DevOps based out of Stevenage, Hertfordshire in...

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