Last post I told you how to create a simple registry for your Docker. Now, we need to make it work with our kubernetes cluster and that will require some extra steps: Authentication and Manage some additional parameters in your ReplicationController config. I am using an update Centos 7 with docker-engine installed. Most of the info I’ve got it from nikvdp’s post. Prepare your system … Continue reading Private registry for #kubernetes cluster
Told you this post was coming. Save your app images sometimes can be costy, especially when you have tons of version over a development. here you have a simple way to create your own registry. Assume that you own the domain (i.e. nuage.lab). Its DNS record points to the host where you are running your registry (i.e. registry.nuage.lab). I am using a couple of docker … Continue reading Private (free of charge) image container registry #docker
Hello there. Yep! K8s is giving my some nosleep. New challenge: use my own images could be a bit more harder that I’ve thought. Then, I’ve decided to use gcr.io (for now). There’re some info you can get from Kubernetes: Hello World Walkthrough However, I want to use my own private cluster. That brings a bit more challenge. First of all, get your k8s up … Continue reading Your personal #Kubernetes image repo in a few steps (gcr.io)
I’m giving a try to juju now using xenial version (beta version). I have to say I was nicely impressed. They are actually working with containers (canonical lxd) and you can develop your charms really fast. Also, there’s an option that help you to create more replicas of the same app. Juju also can work with VMs and Bare Metals (MAAS). Also, you have more … Continue reading #Juju in a few steps
Howdy, Kubernetes is the dreamed orchestration tool for any developer. However, it could be a nightmare for security guys (get online images make them cringe). After all, K8s manages containers with apps and databases connected to an overlay network. Containers could have sensible information. They could be exploded and used to attack internal/external assets. Nuage will help to microsegment containers and even put security instances … Continue reading Scale out #Kubernetes with #Nuage: Installation notes
Howdy, There’s a lot online info how to set your kubernetes cluster. This is what I found as the simplest to install your own local one. I am using my own lab server with Centos7 and qemu-kvm. I’ve created two servers called k8scluster and k8snode01 using centos7 cloud images (check the script here) I have a local DNS server based on bind. I’ve created both … Continue reading #Kubernetes in a few steps
Yes! I could dig into containers finally. My first impression is they are faster and easier to handle. I am seeing a hard future for hypervisors. However, Apps must to be designed to work on that sort of constant change. Nuage brings a really good microsegmentation to them and help us to bring advanced routing, security and networks settings (i.e. forwarding, QoS) I am not … Continue reading Dockers – Nuage shows off micro-segmentation on containers.