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Jean-Philippe Clapot

Kubernetes : two different OCI runtimes

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Quick recap : in the previous episode, we have seen how to move from a Kubernetes cluster powered by Docker into a future-proof Kubernetes cluster, using containerd. Now let’s move on and fully enjoy the power of having this CRI intermediate layer sitting below the kubelet. containerd and OCI runtimes containerd is a high level container runtime. It is CRI compliant, CRI being the API from Kubernetes for container runtimes. Here below a good picture of…

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Mehdi Bada

Deploy a Kubernetes cluster using Ansible in AWS

By | Ansible, AWS, DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes | No Comments

After more than 2 years of experience in Kubernetes cluster administration, I am deeply convinced that one of the most important things to have as an ops guy is a sandbox cluster at your disposal. This can be either a sleeping cluster or a new fresh installation with all your standards replicated on it to perform your series of tests. In this blog post, we consider that you have an AWS account with limited credits,…

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Nabil Saoual

JENKINS – some ways to restart manually Jenkins services

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Hi Team, Depending on your actions performed on your master,sometimes Jenkins needs to be restarted,for that,we have many alternatives,it is not supposed to be a tough task but it can be helpful to know how to do that…..So let’s see that! Using Jenkins WEB URL interface By connecting to your Jenkins dashboard you have the choice to restart the Jenkins master directly or wait for builds running to be completed before that. Restart Jenkins Force…

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Open source Team

Reduce the complexity: be sharing and open source

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By Franck Pachot . I thought that my last post on this blog was the previous one but I blog when it comes to my mind – nothing planned. And two things got me to write this. First, last week we got our 20th dbi xChange where we meet with colleagues. And I love discussing with colleagues about what we see, and foresee, in our jobs. The second one is: https://twitter.com/FranckPachot/status/1409084362637942786?s=20 The web.archive.org is full…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

Kubernetes : from Docker to containerd

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Kubernetes is very popular and well-known open-source orchestration platform for containers. Very dynamic ecosystem, the release cycle is also very fast. Six months passed since the K8s team announced the dockershim will be deprecated and the 1.22 release deadline is approaching. As they informed in their quite detailed post in early Dec. 2020, Docker support will be removed in 1.22 : https://kubernetes.io/blog/2020/12/02/dont-panic-kubernetes-and-docker/ We are here today in order to see how we can migrate, with minimal…

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Nabil Saoual

JENKINS – Deploy Ansible Playbook with Jenkins plugin

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Hi team As you know Jenkins has over 1700 plugins available which make him one of the most powerful and flexible tool ever created:) so let’s see one of the most interesting plugin:Making builds with Ansible Plugin. What is Ansible? It is a tool to deploy software and application on many servers, it can be really useful in case of update patch or new versions to be added on many machines , with Ansible all…

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Nabil Saoual

JENKINS – recover access to your Jenkins Admin Dashboard

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Hi team, I recently installed a Jenkins machine and forgot to create a “first admin user”, but I also forgot the password to log in with default admin user (I guess default password was admin but it doesn’t matter now because I figured out how to log in without it temporarily in order to recover it 🙂 ) Here is what you will see below Jenkins first installation and admin password location: During my previous…

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Nabil Saoual

JENKINS add and configure Slack notifications

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Hi team, If you wonder how to improve your team work efficiently during your Jenkins projects here is a good solution: configure slack notifications,what is slack notification?how can we configure for our Jenkins builds? Below we will see how to work on Jenkins using slack notifications,so let’s go! Create a Slack workspace Slack allows you to create a workspace on which you will be able to communicate with you team on your projects and can…

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