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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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Recently I ran into "Keys must be PEM-encoded PKCS#1 keys" when using Credhub. Here's how I fixed it.…

Posted by:Michael Ferris

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Three methods to enable the PostgreSQL Helm Chart to emit all SQL queries into the logs so they can be consumed by pgBadger…

Posted by:Chris Weibel

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I'm deep in the weeds again. I'm inside of a YAML document inlined inside of a heredoc inside of a bash script that exists as a string inside of a heredoc inside of a Terraform…

Posted by:Thomas Mitchell

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So I was trying to solve a problem in BOSH, under a Warden CPI and I came across this pretty nifty trick to tailor a release to a specific IaaS!…

Posted by:James Hunt

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help·ful/ˈhelpfəl/ Giving or ready to give helpUsefulOur executive team locked ourselves in a San Francisco apartment for two days this year and went through an exercise in defining who, what, and where we…

Posted by:Bill Chapman

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