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Series: Part 1: Intro (this post) Part 2: Traefik Basics I've written before that I think that containers - and Kubernetes (k8s) - are the way of the future. I was fortunate enough to attend my first KubeCon last year in Seattle, and I was happy to see the uptake of k8s and the supporting cloud native technologies around k8s are robust and healthy. But navigating the myriad of services, libraries ...
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Series: Part 1: Intro Part 2: Traefik (this post) In Part 1 of this series, I outlined some of my goals and some of the thinking around what I think Container DevOps is - it's far more than just being able to build and run a container or two. Beyond just automating builds, you have to think about how you're going to release. Zero downtime and canary testing, resiliency and monitoring are all table ...
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It's no surprise that I'm passionate about DevOps. I think that has to do with my personality - my top five StrengthsFinder strengths are Strategic, Ideation, Learner, Activator, Achiever. I love the combination of people and tools that DevOps brings together. Being deeply technical and also fascinated by how people interact means I'm built for DevOps consulting. Add to that my love of learning, ...
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I read a great blogpost recently by my friend and fellow MVP Jakob Ehn. In this post he outlines how he created a multi-stage Dockerfile to run .NET Core tests. I've always been on the fence about running tests during a container build - I usually run the tests outside and then build/publish the container proper only if the tests pass. However, this means I have to have the test frameworks on the ...