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2023-08-22

7 minutes

How to build dashboards of your Kubernetes cluster with Steampipe

In this blog post we will take a look at Steampipe, which is a tool that can be used to query all kinds of APIs using an unified language for the queries; SQL. We’ll be querying a Kubernetes cluster with Steampipe and then building a beautiful dashboard out of our queries without breaking a sweat.

Blog

2023-05-29

8 minutes

How to scale Kubernetes with any metrics using Kubernetes Event-driven Autoscaling (KEDA)

In this blog, we will try to explore how a sample application like Elastic Stack can be scaled based on metrics other than CPU, memory or storage usage.

Blog

2023-03-07

15 minutes

Comparing methods for accessing secrets in HashiCorp Vault from Kubernetes

Keep your workload secrets clean and your value delivery lean, with HashiCorp Vault and Kubernetes.

Blog

2023-03-07

8 minutes

How to create nodeless AWS EKS clusters with Karpenter for autoscaling

Karpenter is an exciting Kubernetes autoscaler that can be used to provision “nodeless” AWS EKS clusters.

Event

2022-11-22

1 minutes

Accessing HashiCorp Vault credentials in Kubernetes [webinar]

Join us and HashiCorp to learn how HashiCorp Vault can keep your secrets in Kubernetes secure.

Blog

2022-11-21

4 minutes

Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes: How to fix a corrupt index exception

In this article we’re going to see how to fix a corrupt index which was not automatically recovered.

Blog

2022-10-12

5 minutes

Secrets handling in Kubernetes using HashiCorp Vault

In this blog we explore several approaches for getting secrets from HashiCorp Vault into Jenkins running in Kubernetes

Blog

2022-09-27

6 minutes

Quickstart - Jenkins (JCasC) in Kubernetes

Run your Jenkins Controller and Agents as Pods in Kubernetes, all Managed as Code!

Podcast

2022-08-16

38 minutes

A sneak peek into UpCloud Kubernetes Service

In this episode of The Continuous & Cloud Podcast, Jacob and Lauri chat with Ville Törhönen, Product Owner at UpCloud, about UpCloud’s upcoming managed Kubernetes Service (UKS).

Blog

2022-05-19

4 minutes

How to remove Rancher from a Kubernetes cluster

Rancher is a platform for managing Kubernetes clusters and workloads. This short post covers a recent experience trying to remove Rancher from a cluster. This approach can be used to either remove Rancher itself, or for cleaning up a cluster that was imported into Rancher.

Blog

2022-04-26

4 minutes

How to automate HashiCorp Vault OSS backups in AWS EKS

In this post we will walk through an implementation using a Kubernetes CronJob to take daily snapshots and store them in an AWS S3 bucket for safe keeping.

Blog

2022-01-24

7 minutes

Secrets handling in Kubernetes - A Jenkins story

In this blog we'll explore some ways of getting secrets into Jenkins which we deploy in Kubernetes, without the use of an external secrets manager.

Blog

2021-12-07

5 minutes

How to assume an AWS IAM role from a Service Account in EKS with Terraform

In this blog we'll look at how to assume an AWS IAM role from a Service Account that exists within an AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) cluster. All provisioned with Terraform.

Blog

2021-11-02

4 minutes

How to create an Azure Private Link to a Load Balancer in AKS with Terraform

In this blog we'll look at how to build an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster with a private Load Balancer.

Blog

2021-09-06

20 minutes

What to consider when migrating to Kubernetes

Let's look at the key considerations when moving existing applications to Kubernetes.

Blog

2021-07-05

5 minutes

How to Debug Failing Build Agent Pods in Kubernetes-enabled Jenkins

A step-by-step process for debugging failing Jenkins Build Agent Pods in Kubernetes.

Blog

2020-11-05

6 minutes

How to automatically deploy applications to a private GKE Cluster using CloudBuild

This article describes the problem of automatically deploying code to a private GKE cluster and my workaround solution to it.

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