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Dan Farrelly
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Dan Farrelly Mar 6
Replying to @djfarrelly
With how reliable this 1.3 cluster was, I take this as additional confirmation that investing in k8s in 2016 was the right call for our product.
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Dan Farrelly Mar 6
Replying to @djfarrelly
Since this 1.3 cluster was a beast and just kept running without any issues, we weren't in a hurry to decommission it. On one hand, sure, we could have moved faster to shut it down, but on the other hand, we were always stoked to see how reliable this 1.3 cluster was for years.
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Dan Farrelly Mar 6
Replying to @djfarrelly
Back in late 2016, we ended up having an unsuccessful upgrade to 1.4 that we reverted to 1.3. Due to this we ended up spinning up a new cluster via kops in early 2017. That cluster has been running ever since and has been successfully upgraded several times.
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Dan Farrelly Mar 6
Last week shut down our OG 1.3 cluster that's been running since mid 2016. It was our original k8s cluster where we learned the ropes and deployed our first containerized services. Shout out to Steven for always evolving our infra at ! 🙌 👀👇
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Dan Farrelly Mar 2
Replying to @hjharnis
I'm easing into it, mostly just crust or buffalo chicken slices for now 😂
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Dan Farrelly Mar 2
Replying to @mcgrailka
🙌 Reminds me that I should really update that chart title 😂
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Dan Farrelly Mar 2
Replying to @hjharnis
I'll admit that my Midwest girlfriend got me into this sometimes ☺️
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Dan Farrelly Feb 24
Replying to @hjharnis
Have any dotfiles? I'm still using Atom on ChromsOS, but would like to experiment with a better Vim setup
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Dan Farrelly Feb 24
Replying to @julheimer
Haha, how did this happen?
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Dan Farrelly Feb 14
Incredible project - do yourself a favor and check it out now!
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Dan Farrelly Feb 13
Replying to @julheimer @redman
Haha, maybe 3 years ago, I think I'm a lifer now
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Dan Farrelly Feb 3
Replying to @brian_lovin
Congrats Brian! Let's catch up once you're settled in - let me know if you need anything, always happy to help!
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Dan Farrelly Jan 8
Replying to @pierrick22
Maybe one day!
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Dan Farrelly Jan 8
Having usb-c charging for my laptop, smartphone and headphones is just awesome. 🙌 for standards
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Dan Farrelly Jan 7
PSA: All 7 seasons of the original are on 🔌🔋✒️📎💼🔑🔩⚙️🧲🧷🧯
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Dan Farrelly Jan 2
We also worked with an account team and a solutions architect before we decided to make the move to properly size and price out new db's out
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Dan Farrelly Jan 2
We pay for an Atlas Pro support plan and that's been quite good and we've used it quite a bit. They have some really knowledgeable people. During the initial migration it could have been improved slightly, but the issues w/ the db could have been avoided if I prepared more
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Dan Farrelly Jan 2
We had to do a lot of custom stuff for a much more complex migration of a much larger sharded db which also migrated from 2.4 to 3.4, but that went pretty well overall too. Atlas has been awesome so far
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Dan Farrelly Jan 2
To clairify, we migrated away from Compose to Atlas for a few reasons, but one key one was that Compose only supports Mongo 3.2 and 3.4 and the Atlas platform had some great features. Atlas has a great continuous migration tool which we used for a 3.0 to 3.6 which wasn't sharded.
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Dan Farrelly Jan 2
Replying to @tiggreen @code
I like the Atom IDE php package:
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