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.
Today, I'm focusing on a non-technical article (Low-Fi series) to explain how Quantitative Easing works in a simple and easy to understand way. This is a bit selfish of me, as I have had to explain this to a lot of friends over the past few weeks, so I thought I'd just write a blog post.
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.
Here we have a simple solution that can be used to inject secrets into your Kubernetes Clusters with minimal effort, when you do not have strict security requirements for your workloads.
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.