Easily and rapidly switch between kubectl namespaces.
Explain it like I'm five: Kubernetes. Here are the big highlights that define the use-case of Kubernetes.
In the workplace, few things are more pervasive than a bad culture. A poor culture leads to clinical depression in employees, declined productivity, and poor results. It's rather unfortunate that
I work with Azure a lot. And as a Solutions Architect, I often find myself seeking answers to rather deep questions, refreshing my memory on old tech or concepts, or
By now, we've all read the research, the horror stories, and the comics about how synchronous our workplaces require us to be. Insane numbers of emails, people changing the subject
With only a single command, you could have a fully-functional cluster running locally in seconds!
Have you ever created a resource in Azure (i.e. a database or storage account) and seen the option "Allow access to Azure services". You can toggle this on and
I'm going to share with you some of the best resources out there for learning Kubernetes. Take a look!
A few quick and easy ways to switch contexts rapidly.
Logically isolate and group objects inside of Kubernetes with loose coupling.
Find the courage to slow down so you can speed up. This counterintuitive approach is indubitably the most effective way to create a high-performing team or organization.
There are several out there, and a lot of opinions to go with them. Having served in a consulting capacity for many organizations, ranging from small startups to very large
At my current company, the powers that be have bought into a multi-cluster approach. I'm not saying 1 cluster per environment or region. No. I'm saying 1 non-production and 1
Acronyms: AAD - Azure Active Directory AKS - Azure Kubernetes Service RBAC - Role-based access control Recently, I implemented AAD for AKS RBAC. The documentation doesn't do a great job
I admit it. There was a time, very recently, when I deployed infrastructure by going into the Azure portal and clicking some buttons. It seems so easy! But there's an
The term "Pipelines as Code" means that you are defining the process through which your code moves from source control, all the way to running in production. This practice is
In my career, I have worked across so many types of companies. (List not in order) A large tech companyA large non-profitA small non-profitAn early-stage tech startupA small boot-strapped Azure
Did you know that Terraform can run kubectl commands? Yep! There's a provider for Kubernetes. The Kubernetes provider has a growing list of resources that you can manage via Terraform.
I implemented the Azure Active Directory (AAD) integration with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) for Role Based Access Control (RBAC) today in an existing cluster. I use Terraform to manage the
This is an incredibly useful tool. If you have an application running in Kubernetes and you need to connect to you application or database, you can simply forward a port
For teams that are looking to build out a Kubernetes cluster and migrate their applications, my first reaction is always the same, no matter the skill-level and capability of the
To put it simply, a StatefulSet should be used to govern one or more related pods that need to track state in some way. A StatefulSet would be what you
When getting started with Kubernetes, I was extremely lost. I tried jumping straight into the Kubernetes documentation, but I wasn't able to make sense of it all and where to
GitHub has taken a strong stance on not implementing a folder structures to support sorting of repositories. Why is that? They believe that it is unnecessary – and it is. Adding
Did you know that you can fully create a managed Kubernetes cluster in Azure using Terraform? Well you can take that one step further and also manage what's installed in
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