Since COVID-19 is still around, devopsdays Amsterdam was an online event again. These are the notes I took while watching the talks.
This is a short follow-up article to the NAS TLS certificate replacement one I wrote a few months back. Since then I have set up monitoring of the TLS certificates I’ve deployed.
Almost two years ago I wrote that ideally I would not have to log in to my VPS to update this website. Well, that moment has finally arrived.
Yesterday was the day that the TLS certificate of my Synology NAS expired. And since I have no monitoring to alert me, I only found out today. The bad news: HSTS was also enabled so my browser did not want to connect, even though I told it to ignore the invalid certificate. The good news: I had enabled the SSH service. This allowed me to fix this situation via the command line interfaces (CLI).
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Dutch devopsdays are combined into a single day, online event.
Yesterday evening I did something I had not done before: I soldered a bit.
I’ve taken the step to removed the comments from my website. In this article I’ll give some stats and offer a bit of an explanation.
All Day DevOps is an online conference which lasts for 24 hours. With 150 sessions across 5 tracks, there’s enough content to consume.
Devopsdays Ghent is a two day event. These are the notes I took at this second day of the ten year anniversary edition of devopsdays.