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Vic Iglesias
Fun - Techno House Niners Syrah; Work - Solutions Architect. Argentino
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Bryan Liles 11h
Your company's Slack needs a channel.
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Brandon Philips Aug 14
We are slowly rebuilding app engine on open source and multi cloud. It is ok.
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Vic Iglesias Aug 14
Sorry what I meant is that it should automatically be done when you delete the node pool.
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Vic Iglesias Aug 14
That's the default procedure when you delete the old node pool IIRC.
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Jenkins Aug 14
alpha-3 release Pipeline as YAML (Simple pull request plugin)
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Vic Iglesias Aug 13
Awesome post by on side car vs daemonset patterns in
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Vic Iglesias Aug 13
Welcome Jamie!!!!! Looking forward to working together!
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Jonathan Pulsifer Aug 13
It's finally up! Here's an intro and demo of Binary Authorization on from
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Carlos Sanchez Aug 13
Introducing Cloud Native SIG. Goal: Define roadmap towards Cloud-Native Jenkins architecture which will help the project to stay relevant for Cloud Native installations
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Théo Chamley Aug 13
Replying to @MrTrustor
And here is the second part 😀 "7 best practices for operating containers"! Like the previous one, it's based on a solution paper:
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Théo Chamley Jul 10
Published my first blog post! "7 best practices for building containers" If you really want the gory details, you can also read the in-depth solution paper:
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Vic Iglesias Aug 12
Kustomize is more about overlaying Kube yaml on base manifests. Check out this talk where I explain how it works for environment management [58m in]: And this blog where I show how it can fit into the Helm workflow:
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Vic Iglesias Aug 12
Replying to @JesseAdametz @garethr
I did a PoC here: I think that kind of thing is what you are looking for. There is also kubeval by but I'm not sure if it can lint arbitrary fields:
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Micheal Benedict Aug 10
This is one of our Jenkins clusters on Kubernetes -- We have configured both the cluster & workers to auto-scale dynamically based on # of jobs in queue CYAN: Total CPUs GREEN: Allocatable CPUs RED: Allocated CPUs
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M Butcher Aug 9
The newest Docker-for-Mac Edge release is looking great. For the first time, I have been able to move my entire Kubernetes dev environment to Docker-for-Mac. Well done folks!
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Matt Farina Aug 9
Just discovered the GitHub has open sourced a tool called licensed to help deal with dependency license tracking. This is a part of general due diligence we need to do when evaluating dependencies to use. Nice to see more tools in this space to help.
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Vic Iglesias Aug 8
Replying to @TheAmyCode
Easiest I've found is to do a 'kubectl delete pods -l app=blah'
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Matt Farina Aug 6
In July 2018 there were 57,958,231 downloads of charts from the Helm community chart repos (stable and incubator). There has been a massive (4.6x) increase in downloading in the past few months. April, with 12,535,281 downloads, was no small number either Wowzers cc
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Seth Vargo Aug 3
I've updated my "install arbitrary tool" script and included a docker container:
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Tracy Miranda Aug 2
Join us at the Jenkins Contributor Summit San Francisco, Monday 17 Sep 2018. We'll be talking , cloud-native, pipelines, config-as-code, essentials & more. New contributors very welcome!
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