Month: January 2018

Enabling and using Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificates on Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an awesome piece of kit, you can set applications to run within the cluster, make it visible to only apps within the cluster and/or expose it to applications outside of the cluster. As part of my tinkering, I wanted to setup a…

Kubernetes V1.9 released

From the Kubernetes blog, the next version of Kubernetes has been released. And one feature has definitely caught my eye: Windows Support (beta) Kubernetes was originally developed for Linux systems, but as our users are realizing the benefits of container orchestration at scale, we…

The Illustrated Children’s Guide to Kubernetes

Kubernetes confusing you? This is a really nice short video explaining the basic concepts of Kubernetes  

Single Point of Failure: The LKML [The Register]

You are always lectured about making backups of your systems, even more so when you are running archives from a very active mailing list. ^_^ https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/01/14/linux_kernel_mailing_list_archives_will_return_soon/

Training

Tried a different route today. Still sore from the hour run yesterday. This new route turns out to be just under 5k, though I’m not sure it’s right, since my Fitbit seemed to lose communication with my phone so didn’t track the route properly….

Jedi Bruce Lee

Training

Finally did the next run in the 5 to 10 k. Still hurts when I run for an hour, and a tried slightly a different running route. Just over 8k today. Have no idea why the app registered only 5.7k.

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