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Articles by Dr Nic Williams

Learn a little about Concourse CI and get your own Concourse CI running on your laptop with Docker Compose.…

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Kubernetes can use Quarks & KubeCF to generate internal secrets, passwords, and certificates. But how do we rotate these secrets?…

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Nearly every Docker image you've ever run on Kubernetes will not work on your Homelab Raspberry Pi cluster. Why? What do we need to do? This article introduces the "docker buildx" plugin to make it easy to produce mult-arch Docker images.…

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Tutorial based on https://blog.alexellis.io/create-a-3-node-k3s-cluster-with-k3sup-digitalocean/ and converted for Google Cloud gcloud commands. At the end is a curl | bash -s up all-in-one command if you want to do this again in future.…

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kpack for Cloud Native Buildpacks, like other CI/CD systems, expects failure. Humans expect logs. How do the humans find the logs for CNB build failures?…

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kpack is a Kubernetes native system to automatically, continuously convert your applications or build artefacts into runnable Docker images.…

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"How do I use a new buildpack if our firewalls do not allow access to GitHub, and if I cannot install new system buildpacks?" Good Question.…

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Previously, I demonstrated the idea of distributing a Cloud Foundry Sidecar within a Buildpack. In this article, we will finish the job of installing a working Sidecar executable into a Buildpack.…

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Package management has not been part of core Golang before. Each year, there has been a different de facto standard. In recent years, it was "official [core team] experiment" dep. Finally, we have Go Modules.…

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