gitops – git driven changes to Kubernetes clusters – explained and show cased Continue Reading
In this talk, I did share a team story about how the docker image of one of the team’s project did change over time. Smaller docker images offer some advantages as well as disadvantages. I did share advantages and disadvantages… Continue Reading
In this talk, I did describe interfaces one of the teams I work with considered when building a CI/CD solution. You may consider these interfaces as well in case you consider working on your own CI/CD system or you plan… Continue Reading
Do you want to edit gpg encrypted data and like Vim? This post is about how to combine both, GPG and Vim.
How small can a docker image be? I asked myself this question, when one of the teams I work with started a software project in golang recently. The target environment for this project is Kubernetes. The background of my question… Continue Reading
Converting Characters of a string containing only numbers to Int was a Kotlin task I recently faced. Coding a for loop to iterate over the characters of a string was quickly done. I browsed quickly through text funs and thought… Continue Reading
Had a great time at the 4th annual meeting “(Agiles) IT Change-, Release- and Deployment Management” on June 5th, talking about interfaces to consider when continuously deploying to Kubernetes. The questions afterwards did target specific details of the approach.
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Cookies & Matomo. This website uses Matomo, a web analytics open-source software. Matomo uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about… Continue Reading
Machine Learning and Kubernetes – Kubeflow combines those two subjects. This post describes how to run a sample Jupyter Notebook based on Kubeflow version 0.1 (recently announced) and Minikube. Ksonnet is the tool to get started. Next step is to… Continue Reading