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Marcin Biegała 19h
Need some help :( I'm running on gcloud (started by gitlab if that makes a diff). kubectl is running fine from my machine but helm is not working at all. Throws errors about port forwarding 'rror forwarding port 44134 to pod' //cc
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Marko Locher 1h
This week announced CloudBees Core for Kubernetes Continuous Delivery, a brand new solution that orgs can use to rapidly create, deploy and manage apps on Kubernetes. More here:
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Shailesh Gogate 22h
Replying to @stu @jbeda and 4 others
Guess the bigger question is how can apps sitting in the data centers be containerized quickly to take benefits of and
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Λdrøn Dec 17
Replying to @Adron
But honestly, after going for one round getting up and running on my own hardware. I have one thought, it's simply not worth doing if there's a lot of vested, previously setup, already running software and apps - especially custom apps.
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Λdrøn Dec 17
I'm at the point where I've concluded two things. Over the last week or so between and the research and products/projects I've been trying out there's a new distinctive theme... in many, if not most environments, is freakin' hard!
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Johannes Schnatterer Dec 18
Applying resources and even charts in e.g. for easier templating and staging logic using . Nice intro by
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Λdrøn Dec 16
Replying to @ballerinalang
🗣️ After chat... (which I wrote a short blog to reference docs + site +related material) 🔗 🚶🏻‍♂️ ...I headed over to other booths to continue looking for answers around if developer story has gotten any better!
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Anthony Elizondo Dec 17
someone at let smart quotes sneak into their training. 😒
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Secure Your Digital Dec 18
RT clairvoyant_the "avkashk: RT madhuakula: Privilege Escalation in cluster exploiting CVE-2018-1002105. Everything crafted by hand. Thanks _evict for the PoC allowed us to understand the attack vector. cc: abh1sek appseccouk "
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Abhay Bhargav 15h
looks like an awesome alternative to existing approach to managing Admission controllers. Looking forward to hopefully covering this in our class
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Sean Dec 17
I've now spent 2 hours trying to get a local cluster up and running and I've got nothing to show for it. Baaah
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Jonathan Vila Dec 17
Well the thing is that the yaml is the deployment... So you need to know that the services, proxies, ips are all running as you expected. It's an infrastructure test
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Λdrøn Dec 17
Replying to @Adron
Now that was my singular thought/experience with on the metal, but now I'm seeing time and time again where prospective users are pointing out that it's questionably worth the effort.
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