The signal pattern can be used to ensure your long-lived processes (ie. servers) are able to handle signals being sent to the process.»
Sending your structs across the wire and receiving them on the other side. Using
encoding/gob can help ensure your data structures can receive it on the other side.
Openshift’s S2i (Source-2-image) is a pretty cool replacement to buildpacks using Dockerfiles and Openshift»
One of the coolest stuff I’ve picked up just today is that you can keep environment variables that you want to be loaded into every deployment pod in a neatly configured
Secret which gets injected back into the Pod during deploys.
Short Answer, you can’t. BUT you can still declare it.»
Using Vault’s Audit Backend to send logs to a remote Syslog server.»
How to setup Prometheus AlertManager and get a whole alerting pipeline setup.»
When you run out of diskspaces and need to delete files quickly to recover them, most of the time, your deleted files will not free up the diskspace until the process that is using it is restarted or deleted.»
To use multiple buildpacks with your Application Deployment on Deis Workflow, is pretty straight forward.»
Came across this problem the other day when deploying a Rails application that is sitting behind Kubernetes and Deis»
Turn your Nginx into an API Gateway. Modify requests and responses from Nginx itself using Openresty and Lua.»
Sometimes there may be a need to monitor and be alerted when any new files have been added in a particular directory.»
Sometimes it might be quite difficult to access your kubernetes services if your infrastructure isn’t able to properly support both
NodePort service types.
Digitalocean users generally tend to get the short end of the stick when it comes to convenience. When building your Deis cluster on Digitalocean, you’ll realize you don’t get the benefit of being able to provision cloud-provider specific load balancers like (AWS ELB, GCE Load Balancers) to route inbound traffic into the kubernetes cluster and into your deis-router.»
With Kubernetes Anywhere, setting up a Kubernetes cluster on Microsoft’s Azure isn’t as painful as it used to be.»