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Minnesota

You may have to adjust your browser resolution to see the background splash today, but visiting the state capitol I was surprised to learn over our house of Representatives is a gold sculptured mural where Minnesota is depicted as a woman brining the French trappers/early American pioneers and Native Americans together.
Spacelift.io: Ansible and Kubernetes

Spacelift.io: Ansible and Kubernetes

Published Feb 20, 2024 by Isaac Johnson

Last time we setup Spacelift and used it to deploy our IaC OpenTofu (Terraform) code. Today we will look at Ansible and Kubernetes deployments using Spacelift.io.

Spacelift.io: Getting Started/OpenTofu

Spacelift.io: Getting Started/OpenTofu

Published Feb 17, 2024 by Isaac Johnson

We recently covered the latest updates in OpenTofu. However, if you want to run it outside of a basic CI/CD pipeline (e.g. Github, Gitea or Forgejo pipelines) it’s worth considering some enterpris...

K8Studio

K8Studio

Published Feb 13, 2024 by Isaac Johnson

K8Studio is a cross-platform IDE for viewing and managing Kubernetes clusters. It falls into the same categories as K9s and Lens, but also has Cloudcraft style visualizations (albeit 2d). It’s i...

Open-Source Apps: CodeX Docs and OpenDocMan

Open-Source Apps: CodeX Docs and OpenDocMan

Published Feb 8, 2024 by Isaac Johnson

Today, let’s checkout some Open-Source apps, namely CodeX Docs and OpenDocMan. CodeX is the name of a group of OpenSource engineers and an overall grouping of their packages. OpenDocMan is a pre...

OpenTofu 1.6: Revisiting Open-Source Terraform

OpenTofu 1.6: Revisiting Open-Source Terraform

Published Feb 6, 2024 by Isaac Johnson

The last time we visited OpenTofu it had only recently been created. In that September post we compiled it ourselves to make a ‘v1.6.0-dev’ instance.

Open-Source Tools: Doku, Noisedash and RecipeSage

Open-Source Tools: Doku, Noisedash and RecipeSage

Published Feb 1, 2024 by Isaac Johnson

Every now and then I like to explore some useful open-source smaller apps. On their own, they may not really warrant a full blog post, but hopefully you see something interesting in the following ...

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