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Jessica Deen
Sr. Cloud Advocate for and | CNCF Ambassador | Former MVP | CrossFit, K8s, Helm, DevOps, OSS, , tattoos | Tweets are my own
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Jessica Deen 11h
You can bake carts into your container image, but you’ll be responsible for updating them when they expire. Using a solution that will automate that task is not only my preference, but also my recommendation.
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Jessica Deen 11h
I’ve written about how to use Let’s Encyrpt with Web Jobs, ACI, and ALS, but another option I’ll feature in an upcoming blog post is . Right off the bat, you’ll not only get free TLS (root domain and wildcard), but also their CDN network and unique visitor insights.
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Jessica Deen 15h
+1, The open REST api is awesome. I even wrote a blog post how you can call it from curl in a bash script.
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Jessica Deen 21h
I love how no matter what will be pulled any to any project with . I was *just* now reading a blog post about Hugo and Azure Storage & half way down the page I see, “
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Jessica Deen 21h
We could do a collab! Perf + cost + ease of setup and configure between both. I checked out and other static site offerings (Jekyll, for example). I am considering using Hugo for a simple markdown list add on of my speaker notes for each conference.
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
Replying to @ianphilpot
Blog post coming!
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ihor dvoretskyi 🥑 Mar 19
This is an absolutely big milestone and one of the most important in the entire history of Kubernetes - Kubernetes 1.14 will ship with the Windows support as a GA feature, yay! Congrats and entire SIG-Windows team!
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
Replying to @ianphilpot
Even better, theoretically you can run your FQND through CloudFlare as a cname cname alias and you’ll get free SSL veers without having to configure any kind of certmgr. I’ll be testing that out shortly.
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
Replying to @PGhatak @AbelSquidHead
Definitely possible. Ghost feels like Medium but is open source, more minimal, and still has a great community with lots of plugins. You can have pages and posts, and you can use custom themes.
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
Replying to @PGhatak @AbelSquidHead
Depends on your needs & what you’re running. If it’s a simple app with external services and persistent storage you can mount, do you have to pay for full blown AKS just to manage a single app? Now, if you have a suite of microservices you want to run together, by all means, AKS.
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
Replying to @PGhatak @AbelSquidHead
Haha, if you’re running a pipeline with WebApp you won’t have to change much - you can add in env variables as needed and off you’ll go. ;) I still have to write the pipeline steps for ACI, though since that’s really docker run in the cloud, I could argue it’ll be easier.
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
I’m really excited about running Ghost in ACI. I want to do a full cost breakdown since ACI is p/s billing. Then add in Azure Files and Azure CDN costs. If you back all 3 of those with CloudFlare, I wonder if you could be ~$50 and have a better performing site. 🧐🤓
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
Replying to @PGhatak @AbelSquidHead
Haha, I technically have it written, but I like to triple check my posts before they are live. 😉 There are so many options for this, I wanted to do Ghost and Azure justice by being thorough. But I’m super excited so I may pull@the trigger on the post in the next few days.
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Jessica Deen Mar 20
Replying to @AbelSquidHead
If you wait until next week, I’ll have 2 more options for you! (As of tonight, you can run it in ACI and Azure Web App with Azure DB for MySQL and Azure Files as your persistent volume)... blog post series coming!
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Jessica Deen Mar 19
Replying to @jldeen
*env vars not cars. I should have used a car to run this thing over.
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Jessica Deen Mar 19
It feels like a Monday. Been working on an ACI project for the better half of 2 hours. Couldn’t figure out why my site wouldn’t load. Was using env cars to pass thru canonical URL as HTTPS. Finally realized I only configured my ACI for HTTP.
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Jessica Deen Mar 19
Replying to @sethjuarez
It’s not candy, Seth.
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Jessica Deen Mar 19
Replying to @PGhatak
Yes, for storage for images you use Azure Storage and then for posts they get stored in a standard SQL DB. You _can_ use SQLLite3 built-in to your deployment, but I, personally, prefer an external DB so I use Azure DB with MySQL. Blog post will be coming on all that!
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Jessica Deen Mar 19
NEW BLOG POST: How to fix error 413: Request Entity Too Large in Kubernetes and Helm
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Jessica Deen Mar 19
Replying to @GarethOates @TryGhost
Awesome! I had seen quite a few people post on the forums about trouble with Ghost in Docker on Azure, hence my blog post. I’m very pleased to hear you have had a pleasant experience! How do you host images? Do you use App Service w/ volume mount or a storage ext?
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