Today we're setting up a Kubernetes Logging Solution using Loggly and some simple Kubernetes commands.
This is going to sound nerdy. But the three things I love the most in IT are Caching, TLS, and, Load Speed. There's just something about a secure and responsive website that really gets me going. So, today we're going to go through configuring a website so it is the embodiment of those things.
I always forget to write good git commit messages, it's just not something I've ever been able to prioritise in my mind. Today I setup a tool that will forcibly stop me from doing that: a git message hook.
Time to secure our cluster to ensure our traffic can't be snooped on by any baddies. In part 3, we use JetStack's `cert-manager` to automatically provision certificates and secure communication between the user and our `nginx-ingress` pods.
Let's get up and running using `nginx-ingress` on our Kubernetes cluster.
I just went through the process of setting up my Kubernetes Cluster, and it was pretty easy the third time around! So, I thought I'd put up a series of tutorials that focus on getting a Kubernetes Cluster up and running with Ingress, Certificates, and a basic Service.