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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.
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.
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.
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.
Accessing HashiCorp Vault credentials in Kubernetes [webinar]
Join us and HashiCorp to learn how HashiCorp Vault can keep your secrets in Kubernetes secure.
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.
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
Quickstart - Jenkins (JCasC) in Kubernetes
Run your Jenkins Controller and Agents as Pods in Kubernetes, all Managed as Code!
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
What to consider when migrating to Kubernetes
Let's look at the key considerations when moving existing applications to Kubernetes.
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.
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.