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Introducing Escalator, the Atlassian-developed auto-scaling tool for Kubernetes - Atlassian Developers
Preemptively scale up the number of workers in a K8S cluster so pods are left in a pending state.
2 days ago
Gardener - The Kubernetes Botanist - Kubernetes
An opensource tool used to build K8S clusters on demand.
2 days ago
Terraform State → Ansible Dynamic Inventory
This is a little Go app which generates a dynamic Ansible inventory from a Terraform state file. It allows one to spawn a bunch of instances with Terraform, then (re-)provision them with Ansible.
ansible  terraform 
5 days ago
blockdiag - simple block-diagram image generator — blockdiag 1.0 documentation
blockdiag generates block-diagram images from .diag files (similar to graphviz’s DOT files).
diagram  python  opensource 
8 days ago
Julia Evans comics describing various technologies
comics  linux  networking  tech-stuff 
10 days ago
Awesome Operators in the Wild
A resource tracking a number of Kubernetes Operators out in the wild.
12 days ago
CIS 194: Introduction to Haskell (Spring 2013)
Haskell is a high-level, pure functional programming language with a strong static type system and elegant mathematical underpinnings, and is being increasingly used in industry by organizations such as Facebook, AT&T, and NASA. In the first 3/4 of the course, we will explore the joys of pure, lazy, typed functional programming in Haskell (warning: euphoric, mind-bending epiphanies may result!). The last 1/4 of the course will consist of case studies in fun and interesting applications of Haskell. Potential case study topics include automated randomized testing, software transactional memory, graphics generation, parser combinators, or others as time and interest allow. Evaluation will be based on class participation, weekly programming assignments, and an open-ended final project.
courses  functional-programming  programming  haskell 
13 days ago
Virtlet: run VMs as Kubernetes pods | Hacker News
Virtlet makes it possible to run VMs on Kubernetes clusters as if they were plain pods, enabling you to use standard kubectl commands to manage them, bringing them onto the cluster network as first class citizens, and making it possible to build higher-level Kubernetes objects such as Deployments, StatefulSets or DaemonSets composed of them. Virtlet achieves this by implementing the Container Runtime Interface (CRI).
kubernetes  openstack  virtualmachine 
14 days ago
SickRage - Bite it
SickRage is an automatic Video Library Manager for TV Shows.
It watches for new episodes of your favorite shows, and when they are posted it does its magic: automatic torrent/nzb searching, downloading, and processing at the qualities you want.
tv  download  torrent  github  opensource 
22 days ago
A warm welcome to DNS
This series of documents attempts to provide a correct introduction to the Domain Name System as of 2018. The original RFCs remain the authoritative source of normative text, but this document tries to make this venerable protocol more accessible, while maintaining full alignment with all relevant and useful RFCs.
dns  networking  tutorial 
7 weeks ago
What happens when I type kubectl run?
A detailed description of the steps kubernetes takes to deploy a resource.

* kubectl
** validation and generators
** API groups and version negotiation
** client-side auth
* kube-apiserver
** authentication
** authorization
** admission control
* etcd
* initializers
* control loops
** deployments controller
** replicasets controller
** informers
** scheduler
* kubelet
** pod sync
** CRI and pause containers
** CNI and pod networking
** inter-host networking
** container startup
* wrap-up
kubernetes  kubectl  etcd  cri  cni 
february 2018
dastergon/awesome-chaos-engineering - A curated list of awesome Chaos Engineering resources.
Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a distributed system in order to build confidence in the system’s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production.
chaos-engineering  lists  distributed  testing 
february 2018
wercker/stern - Multi pod and container log tailing for Kubernetes
Stern allows you to tail multiple pods on Kubernetes and multiple containers within the pod. Each result is color coded for quicker debugging.
kubernetes  logging 
february 2018
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