A while ago, I wrote about setting up a Kubernetes blue/green deployment using the service object in Kubernetes. All the work done there, was done editing yaml files and using direct kubectl commands, which you wouldn’t do in production. Later on, we updated those yaml files to Helm charts, so we can update with a […]
Helm v3 recently became generally available. This looks like a great time to discover what Helm can help you do in your journey building cloud-native applications. I’ve been playing around with Helm charts (using v2) for a while, but I have never written a chart from zero (I typically use charts I find online and […]
I am not a developer. I’m more of an infrastructure person, who delves into development sometimes. As part of a hackathon last week, my team and I ended up needing to do branches in git, and I had to shamefully admit that I always check-in to master. Most developers will be shooting me the same […]
I had a great week this week at Ignite. There were a couple of nice announcements that I want to dive into soon (Azure Arc being one of them). If you have doubted about attending Ignite before, I can highly recommend it for a couple of reasons: There is a great atmosphere, and there a […]
Have you already played around with Terraform and Azure? Until today, I hadn’t and decided to try it out. A couple of weeks ago Corey Sanders announced progress with how Azure and Terraform are integrated; and below you can read on how I tried it out.