We can all think of a situation where an application became unresponsive due to insufficient resources for the load you’re currently receiving. A solution would be to manually add resources whenever such a situation occurs, but ain’t nobody got time for that. This is where autoscaling comes in. In this blog, I explain what (auto)scaling is and tell you more about the different …
In my last blog and video, I went through some of the issues you can have when having a single pipeline do both CI and CD for your applications. In this blog we go into HOW you can split these concepts. Mostly we dive into separation of concerns. Yes, I went there, another buzzword!
A lot of teams have an ineffective team workstructure that is not beneficial to their needs or productivity. How do you modernize and improve your way of working? In this blog, I will share my insights and tips to establish a lean meeting structure.
After following an internal CKA training, I needed teaching material and flying hours to familiarize myself with Kubernetes to pass the CKA exam (which I did). For that reason, I bought an Intel NUC and installed Ubuntu, and got started with K3S. In this blog, I will share how to set up external DNS at home.
In 2021 I’ve received the components for my Kubernetes Cluster at home. In this blog, I want to share how I have set up my K3S home cluster because I’ve had a lot of trouble finding a single article with a straightforward Kubernetes home setup.
We have used pipelines for the regular implementation of CI/CD principles for years, but we have come to a point where splitting CI from CD makes a lot of sense. Have you ever had to rethink your standard pipelines because it was growing in complexity and difficulty? In this blog, I go into the differences between CI and CD in the often-used acronym CI/CD. This blog is the …
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