Just like the previous couple of years, devopsdays Amsterdam started off with a day of workshops. This year I attended workshops about Go, monitoring microservices and Kubernetes.
Currently I have about 30 tabs open in the browser on my phone. Quite a bunch of them I have open because I want to read the article in the future, already have read the article and want to reread or act on it, or a combination of the above. In this article I list the open tabs (and some notes) so I can close them on my phone, but still have a reference to them.
These are my notes of my second day at DockerCon.
These are my notes of my first day at DockerCon.
For a project I am working on, there is this virtual machine we can use to do our development work in. This machine has grown organically and I want to replace it with something I can reproduce. I wanted to experiment with Packer but had problems with generating a machine with two network adapters where the second one is connected to a host-only network.
In one of my Ansible playbooks I needed to only execute a couple of tasks if they were running on an EC2 instance.
Shell scripts I come across sometimes have for instance “
-eux” on the first line. Because I’ve Googled for this too many times
now, I’ll record the meaning of these options here for my own sanity.
These are the notes I took on the second conference day of DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2017.
These are the notes I took on the first conference day of DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2017.
Before the regular DevOpsDays kicked off, there was a day filled with workshops.