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Using Helm for Kubernetes management and configuration
By Trenton Romph on June 4, 2020

What is Helm? Helm is a popular open-source tool used to manage and configure your Kubernetes cluster. Basically, it is a package manager (think Homebrew or NPM) built for Kubernetes. It...

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How to pronounce Kubernetes so you don’t get laughed at
By Trenton Romph on June 3, 2020

We’ve all been there. A new tool is trending, it is getting mentioned all over the place, and you get dropped into a conversation about it. The last thing you want to do is embarrass...

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Kubernetes disaster prevention and recovery
By Trenton Romph on May 28, 2020

Yeah, Kubernetes is great at making sure your workloads run as needed. But another of its amazing benefits is its ability to recover from failure all by itself.  On an everyday basis,...

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Kubernetes, Blue Matador

How to Monitor Kubernetes
By Keilan Jackson on April 22, 2020

Kubernetes is the defacto solution for production-ready container orchestration in 2020. Organizations of any size can take advantage of Kubernetes’ quick setup, feature-rich API, and...

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AWS, Kubernetes

IAM Access in Kubernetes: How to Install Kube2iam
By Keilan Jackson on April 7, 2020

IAM is the de-facto method of authorization in AWS. Most Kubernetes “Quick Start” guides for AWS do not adequately cover how to manage IAM access in your pods. This blog series will...

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IAM Access in Kubernetes: How to Install Kiam
By Keilan Jackson on April 1, 2020

In the last post, we compared kiam and kube2iam head-to-head. While kube2iam was declared the winner of that comparison, I feel that the case for kiam too compelling, and the setup too...

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