I made some updates to the K3S Ansible, lets talk about them and the future of the project.
Setting up Kubernetes can be a procedure that takes some time, but with K3S and a Ansible playbook we can get a Kubernetes cluster up and running within 5min.
Kubernetes has an extensive API from which you can get pretty much anything, so why not play around with it and see if we can build our own PaaS?
I often get asked what is it that i actually do, what is this DevOps thing really? Lets take a break with the Tutorials and discuss it.
How do you best impress your new collegues about how damn skilled you are? You do a live demo of deploying an application to Kubernetes via Git ;)
How do you create volumes in Kubernetes for your persistent storage needs when you are running your Kubernetes in a Cloud provider like Amazon AWS, Google cloude, Azure, OpenStack etc.? Come along and I'll show you.
Monitoring your server(s) resources is easier than ever with Kubernetes using Prometheus and Grafana.
In this tutorial i will show you how you can work completely inside Docker containers, without any further software needed.
Another week, another tutorial and another Cloud provider with Kubernetes as a serivce. This time I will look at installing a Kubernetes cluster in Google cloud.
Creating a kubernetes cluster can be done in many different ways nowdays, in this tutorial I will go through how you can do it on Amazon AWS with the official EKS cli tool called eksctl.
Microsoft Azure has a Kubernetes as a service like AWS and Google cloud provides, lets create a Kubernetes cluster in Microsoft Azure in this tutorial.
In this tutorial i will go through the steps i went through to setup K3S to be able to host this blog on it.
A much cheaper and easier way to install Kubernetes.
This will be a series of blogposts as I dive into RBAC in Kubernetes. I'm going to try to take this in as small chunks as possible as I am to learning this as I write these blogposts.