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COED:CODE 2h
We have an amazing speaker lineup for our tech ethics conference, July 13th in London. Got your ticket yet? Better be quick, they're going fast!
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Joel Speed 8h
If you missed this month, recordings have been published of , and my talk 👨‍💻📹
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Kris Nova 20h
This is exciting - getting a rock solid stateful application into Kubernetes with Go Buffalo
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 18
Pretty pleased with help I received while fixing a bug! kubectl is much easier and quicker to install now, no need to compile from source every time. The worst part was that it had to compile Go from source also.
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Gareth Rushgrove Jun 14
Had fun talking about with on the IBM Twitch stream. It's worth watching partly just to see Spencer try and use a Mac
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Raffaele Di Fazio Jun 15
Today was my personal development day and I spent some time digging into EKS. I wrote my notes here if you are interested:
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 15
Replying to @vaijab @GCPcloud
For key rotation, I would write a simple script that take service account key from GCP, turns it into a sealed secret and check that in. To enforce a policy, I would make CI test how old my checked in sealed secret is, and fail if it is too old.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 15
Replying to @vaijab @GCPcloud
seems to be the same thing and it is more recent, so perhaps there is no official way to automate it. Personally, I would automate it through git. I would use weave flux with sealed secrets.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 15
Replying to @vaijab @GCPcloud
Maybe the docs are out of date. That is quite likely.
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 15
Replying to @vaijab @GCPcloud
Eh, that's too bad - thought this is what it was. So for users, they have a thing where you just set your email address and it binds your Google account to the Kubernetes RBAC... Why wouldn't the same thing work with service accounts?
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 15
Replying to @vaijab @GCPcloud
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 15
Replying to @vaijab @GCPcloud
Sure! I just tend to have single-purpose clusters, so this doesn't concern me so much. I am sure there ought to be a way to bind a GCP service account to a Kubernetes service account.
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Daniel Holbach Jun 15
If you're considering for your project or org and you're in SF, today is a great time to learn more and get started. Looking forward to seeing and in action!
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 15
Replying to @vaijab @GCPcloud
Whenever I need to access GCP APIs, I just use scopes... Do you need more granular control?
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 14
my latest for devs deck
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Weaveworks Jun 14
Developing for Kubernetes with - live demo on how to develop services locally as if they were running in your cluster
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Weaveworks Jun 14
Is CIOps ? It works sort of.... but does it work reliably in production? on developer tooling to drive ops
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Abby Fuller 🚀 #AWSSummit Paris Jun 14
Container security legend and delightful human from is up next at talking about software vulnerability scanning 🤓
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Ilya Dmitrichenko Jun 11
Haven't see yet? Check it out now, if you like it - help us get first 500 🌟's! Also, go download it and get yourself an cluster in minutes :)
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Alexis Richardson Jun 14
Kubris - the belief that Kubernetes can do everything by itself
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