Schedule Kubernetes CronJob to restart pods automatically
For a project I needed a way to automatically schedule pods to be deleted every 3 hours. This was due to the nature of the project where we wanted a cleanup in memory due to zombie processes appearing. It's not a clean fix, but it was necessary for production to run stable while we were patching things.
Creating a Raspberry PI Cluster (1 Raspberry Pi & 4 Pi Zeros) with Cluster Hat
A couple of years ago, I decided to buy a Raspberry PI cluster with Clusterhat. In all that time however, I never too the time to configure it correctly to make it able to run Kubernetes. So now I decided to invest some time and get some learnings back from it!
Debugging Common Dapr Issues
As a new sort of writing, I wanted to create a "debugging" blog post where I list "my rookie" mistakes that I made while working with Dapr. I hope that by sharing I can help others to more quickly resolve their own issues 😊
Getting started with Dapr, Python and gRPC
The cloud war is heating up and one of the main challenges is the fear of lock-in created by these providers. Helping the raise of Kubernetes as a provider, since this allows customers to quickly move between one and the other (a deployment is a deployment, no matter the cloud you run it on.).
Build your Jekyll site and Deploy it on GitHub Pages with an Azure DevOps pipeline
So far I have been using Travis-CI as my Continuous Integration (CI) system for my build and release process for my Blog. However recently, VSTS got rebranded to Azure Pipelines, and I felt everything got mature enough to finally migrate to Azure Pipelines. To my surprise this turned out to be super easy! Let's see how it can be done!
Creating a Big Data cluster with SQL Server 2019
SQL Server 2019 came out in preview a while ago, and the new features announced are just wonderful! A one-to-go-tool for all your big data needs: Unstructured and Structured data that can be processed using just one tool!
Create a local kubernetes development cluster and scale it with the cloud
So you want to create a Kubernetes cluster to start testing your docker deployment? But you would like to test this locally first? Well, then this post is for you. Here we will go in depth on how you can set up your local development environment, and then port it to the cloud when you need the scale.