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Archive for the ‘Kubernetes (k8n)’ Category

Links to learn more about infrastructure.

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/10/14

For my link archive; [Archive.is] .DS_Storoz on Twitter: “Alright, I’m rage-quitting the frontend, moving into infrastructure. (Seriously.) Where is my community for this? Who do I follow? What conferences do I go to? Please and thanks and RT!”

Keywords:

  • Terraform, Docker, Kubernetes, AWS!
  • Systems Performance, Google SRE book, DDIA
  • the DORA report
  • b0rk

–jeroen

Posted in Amazon S3, Amazon SES, Amazon.com/.de/.fr/.uk/..., AWS Amazon Web Services, Cloud, Containers, Docker, Infrastructure, Kubernetes (k8n), Power User | Leave a Comment »

“Not having done docker, but having developed enough software to have the impression that as soon as things get hierarchical, things eventually end up in a mess. Somewhere down the road something won’t cope with depth/breadth/size and break badly.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/06/22

I originally posted this in a docker on docker thread, but I think it holds universally:

[WayBack] Jeroen Pluimers on Twitter: “Not having done docker, but having developed enough software to have the impression that as soon as things get hierarchical, things eventually end up in a mess. Somewhere down the road something won’t cope with depth/breadth/size and break badly.”

This despite the cool gif in the reply:

[WayBack] Duffie Cooley on Twitter: “… “

I found the below video files by searching for zzzz

Original thread start:

[WayBack] Duffie Cooley on Twitter: “When you hear Docker in Docker what do you think of? docker socket: Mounting in the underlying docker.sock and allowing a container to make new containers. kernel privs: Giving enough privs to a new container that it can make new containers cause it shares a kernel.”

–jeroen

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Posted in Algorithms, Cloud, Containers, Development, Docker, Infrastructure, Kubernetes (k8n), Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Running ArchiveTeam Warrior version 3.2 on ESXi

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/05/05

A while ago I wrote about Helping the WayBack ArchiveTeam team: running their Warrior virtual appliance on ESXi.

Since it was scheduled before my cancer treatment started and got posted when still recovering from it, I missed that version 3.2 of the [Wayback] ArchiveTeam Warrior appliance appeared in the [Wayback] Releases · ArchiveTeam/Ubuntu-Warrior at [Wayback] Release v3.2 · ArchiveTeam/Ubuntu-Warrior. You can download it form these places:

These two sites have not yet been updated, so they contain the older versions:

The source code now has been moved three times:

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Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, ArchiveTeamWarrior, Cloud, Containers, diff, Docker, ESXi5, ESXi5.1, ESXi5.5, ESXi6, ESXi6.5, ESXi6.7, ESXi7, Infrastructure, Internet, InternetArchive, Kubernetes (k8n), KVM Kernel-based Virtual Machine, patch, Power User, VirtualBox, Virtualization, VMware, VMware ESXi, VMware Workstation, WayBack machine | Leave a Comment »

Helping the WayBack ArchiveTeam team: running their Warrior virtual appliance on ESXi

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/03/19

The [WayBack] Archiveteam helps the WayBack machine with feeding new content.

You can help that team by running one or more “warrior” virtual machine instances. The VM is distributed as a virtual appliance in an ova file according to the Open Virtualization Format.

That format sounds more generic than it actually is, so the (at the time of writing) archiveteam-warrior-v3-20171013.ova file at [WayBack] Index of /downloads/warrior3/ was created for VirtualBox.X

This meant running it on VMware ESXi or VMware vSphere takes a few steps for patching it, then uploading it to your VMware host.

Since I might want to run the appliance on multiple places or multiple instances, I wanted to have a ready-to-go solution, I created a git repository with both the patch instructions and the update at [WayBack] wiert.me / public / ova / archiveteam-warrior-v3-20171013.ESXi · GitLab.

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Posted in ArchiveTeamWarrior, Cloud, Containers, Docker, Infrastructure, Internet, InternetArchive, Kubernetes (k8n), Power User, WayBack machine | Leave a Comment »

Why and how GitLab abandoned Microsoft Azure for Google Cloud | VentureBeat

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/07/22

Reminder to self to check out how this move went: [WayBack] Why and how GitLab abandoned Microsoft Azure for Google Cloud | VentureBeat.

Via [WayBack] Kristian Köhntopp – Google+

–jeroen

Posted in Azure Cloud, Cloud, Containers, Development, DevOps, Docker, GCP Google Cloud Platform, Google Kubernetes Engine, Infrastructure, Kubernetes (k8n), Software Development | Leave a Comment »

 
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