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Michael Hausenblas 15h
Yay! Thanks to the very awesome and speedy work of the good folks of , there especially and , eksctl already now supports Kube 1.13 … and I just provisioned my first 1.13 cluster with it, using EKSphemeral:
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Ilya Dmitrichenko 15h
Replying to @dbschott
Looks like EKS is indeed not available in Canada Central yet. I'll update release notes to reflect this. Currently eksctl will return an error, but eventually it will work, i.e. as soon as it the service gets rolled out in this region.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko 15h
Replying to @dbschott
Let me check this, the reason it got added is because AMIs were already available.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko 17h
Big release today! 📢 __Highlights__: - Kubernetes 1.13 - Canada Central region - encrypted root EBS volumes - canned IAM policy for cert-manager 📝 Read full list of changes here:
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Ilya Dmitrichenko 17h
That's even bigger problem, I fear it will start affecting Kubernetes adoption.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko 18h
Yes, but Kubernetes APIs are hard, and the only solution we have right now is code generation, and I don't think it makes things easy. Go easy, but Kubernetes stretches the limits of Go when it comes to abstractions, one can get into the weeds very easily.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 18
Replying to @mfdii @RedHat
Did the driver wear a red hat?
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 18
is a thing
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 18
Replying to @ipedrazas
Also, what about cake? Or even, tortilla?!
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 18
Replying to @kapilvt @ianmiell
For sure, it's just the case of most people just use terraform directly.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 17
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Michael Hausenblas Jun 17
OK, here’s a question for you in the context of running in the cloud: which external resources do you most often forget to tear down and clean up? Like, which ones would you wish a garbage collector would take care of, for you? I start: load balancer. You: ?
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bianca c costanzo Jun 13
hi ! I made a cap and wrench for my gopher at (the redesigned version of) Can I add them to ?
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Chris Hein Jun 16
Super excited to see CRDs for the IAM Authenticator get merged!! Thanks for help! If you run the OSS authenticator please try building from source and give feedback ❤️
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Ant(on) Weiss Jun 15
"Come join our engineering team! It's exciting because we are processing *petabytes of data* for our customers!" "Come join our excavation team ! It's exciting because we have so much shit to dig through!"
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Tim Hockin Jun 13
A bit old, but a great read:
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Weaveworks Jun 14
features: - cluster management - Automatic - Simple & flexible VPC networking - Extensible production ready cluster - Runs on , Windows, and MacOS More details:
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 14
Replying to @ianmiell
My theory is that the shortfall is to do with Terraform not offering a way to abstract away from resources, modules are really just containers for resources, not a high-level abstraction as such. What do you think?
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Kelsey Hightower Jun 12
I’m not laughing at anything. I’ve been begging people to take a pragmatic approach towards leveraging Kubernetes for years. I’m acknowledging that Kubernetes is complex and requires operational expertise just like every other infrastructure platform that came before it.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 12
Replying to @vladfr
please join us on slack, and we can speak there in real-time; go to to sign-up! :)
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