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A long time ago, we at Stark & Wayne faced a problem with jumpboxen. Here's how we solved that problem... WITH DOCKER!…

Posted by:James Hunt

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You want to automate the deployment of your Azure infrastructure. Great! But now you need to create an account for your automation to access Azure's API. Azure implements these in the form of what they…

Posted by:Thomas Mitchell

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This month (August of 2019), we started holding regularly scheduled Roadmap Calls, where the developers and release engineers working on Genesis provide updates, explain where we are at in the roadmap, where we want to…

Posted by:James Hunt

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This month (August of 2019), we resumed holding regularly scheduled Roadmap Calls, where the developers and release engineers working on SHIELD provide updates, explain where we are at in the roadmap, where we want to…

Posted by:James Hunt

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This guest post is brought to you by Naveed Ahmad and Pururva Lakkad from our Summer 2019 Internship program. We are interning here at Stark & Wayne for the summer. As mentioned earlier at the…

Posted by:James Hunt

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What you easily see are usually consequences or symptoms, but not the root cause. "The Dev environment is down!!!" We heard louder screams from developers when the busy dev env was down than when the…

Posted by:Xiujiao Gao 高秀娇

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Over the summer, we had the incredible privilege of interning at Stark & Wayne. S&W is the premier BOSH, Cloud Foundry, and Cloud Native consulting firm. To be honest, these terms didn't make a lot of sense when we first started three months ago.…

Posted by:James Hunt

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Overview of four methods of adding a pgBadger container read logs from an instance of a PostgreSQL Helm Chart. Without changing the chart!…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes aren't enemies. IBM's Eirini Project allows Cloud Foundry's runtime component to be replaced with Kubernetes. Combining these two technologies enables both platform operators and application developers to be more productive.…

Posted by:Michael Ferris

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