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Franck Pachot

K8s on Windows/VirtualBox

By | Kubernetes, Postgres | No Comments

By Franck Pachot . This is a little demo, easy to copy-paste, if you want to play with Kubernetes on your laptop. And, not a simple “Hello World” but a real database running here, able to scale up and down with full availability. Install Virtualbox I use Oracle VirtuaBox because I’m a big fan of Oracle products, especially when they are good and free. However, you can use Hyper-V (then just skip this paragraph and…

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Daniel Westermann

Getting started with the Zalando Operator for PostgreSQL

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | No Comments

In the previous posts (Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 1 – One node, Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 2 – Three nodes, Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 3 – Rancher setup, Rancher on SLES 15 as a demo environment, and Deploying a Kubernetes cluster on EC2 with Rancher) it was all about deploying a Kubernetes cluster and getting Rancher up and running. In this post we’ll use one of…

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Daniel Westermann

Deploying a Kubernetes cluster on EC2 with Rancher

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

Once Rancher is up and running, it makes the deployment and management of Kubernetes clusters quite easy. In this post we’ll deploy a brand new cluster on top of EC2. If you want to have a simple and quick Rancher playground you can follow this post, which will give you a Rancher setup on SLES 15. If you want to have a more production like Rancher setup, you can follow these posts: Rancher, up and…

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Daniel Westermann

Rancher on SLES 15 as a demo environment

By | Database Administration & Monitoring, DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes | No Comments

If you followed the last posts (Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 1 – One node, Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 2 – Three nodes and Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 3 – Rancher setup) about Rancher, you know how to setup Rancher in a highly available RKE cluster. While this is the way to go for a production clusters, you might want to play with Rancher on a local…

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Daniel Westermann

Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 2 – Three nodes

By | AWS, Database Administration & Monitoring, Docker, Kubernetes | No Comments

In the last post we’ve brought up a RKE Kubernetes cluster on a single node. While that is cool for demonstration purposes or testing, this is nothing for a real life setup. Running the control pane, the etcd nodes and the worker nodes all on one node, is nothing you want to do usually, as you can not guarantee fault tolerance with such a setup. To make the RKE cluster highly available we’ll be adding…

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Daniel Westermann

Rancher, up and running, on EC2 – 1 – One node

By | AWS, DevOps, Kubernetes | No Comments

If you want to play with Rancher you have several options, as outlined in the documentation. There are quick starts for the major public cloud providers (using Terraform), you can install it on a Linux host by using the Rancher container or you can do it on your own. We’ll be doing it step by step, as I believe that gives most information on how things actually work. We’ll start with one node and then…

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David Diab

DevOpsDays 2020 Geneva – Day 2

By | DevOps | No Comments

As promised in my previous blog, I will give you a short feedback on the second day here at DevOpsDays 2020 Geneva. In fact, I prepared a very interesting program of sessions to attend and people to meet. I must say that the open-spaces concept applied on the second day allowed participants to discuss on different topics without limit.

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David Diab

DevOpsDays 2020 Geneva – Day 1

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It is a pleasure to come back to Geneva after 5 years to attend my first DevOps event. I’m very excited to share with you my first day feedback, but before I would like to thank dbi services for allowing me to attend this event and continuously improving my knowledge in this growing field.

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Mehdi Bada

Jenkins X ecosystem: Kaniko as image builder

By | Database Administration & Monitoring, DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes | No Comments

For a few months now, we started a huge project at a customer; build a complete CI/CD platform for Documentum. The final goal is to create a CI/CD process for platform and software delivery to reduce as possible the delivery of the releases. To achieve this goal, 2 main products have been introduced at our customer by our DevOps team: Kubernetes (as the new “virtualization” platform) and Jenkins X (for CI/CD). Based on these 2…

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