Category: DevOps

Bind DNS on Docker

Set up your home DNS server…


AZ webapps doodle

Built upon the success of the previous post this time I went to deploy a webapp too. It was not more complicated than the previous excercise – only about 20 minutes in total (including typing this post!) terragrunt.hcl file just to have the resource groups ready the main.tf to store the config of the webapp…


AKS doodle

As a minor excercise I created an AKS cluster (just to see how it compares to my previous experience, where I ran it on bare metal). In the process I established, compared to the blood-and-sweat strugle to setting up a cluster on bare metal (I am not talking about the likes of Minikube – rather…


Homelab – Physical overview

Hardware list my current homelab In today’s post, I would like to show you around my homelab and my home office setup.Admittedly it is in a bit of a “transitional” state, as I am currently on the market to source some more enterprise-graded hardware, also a proper firewall and cabinet, but here is the current…


The return of the K8S

Over the past few weeks I have been busy rebuilding my K8S cluster. As a foreword: I think this sums it up…pretty much one has to be a bit of a (web) developer, network engineer, infrastructure engineer and generally a geek to operate Kubernetes at home…also…you must be an expert in “Google-fu”…it also helps, if…


K8S at home

It has been a while now…but I spent the evenings of the past few weeks with self-learning (ie. hardcore “Google-ing”, as every self-respecting devs do nowadays…), and finally got a good grip on Kubernetes. While I am under no illusion that I would consider myself knowledgable, I managed to create a small lab / “private…


vSphere templating with Packer

In recent times I started to utilise Devops Tools more and more in my daily work, as I try to optimise my workload. As my current company mostly uses private cloud (vSphere) and almost exclusively Windows, I am somewhat in a challenging situation – as nowadays everything is around the public cloud and Linux systems….


Azure Devops + VMWare + Terraform

Ah…so long since my last post! I have been extremely busy lately – as odd as it is in these times of Covid19 / stay at home (except if you are Mr Cummings of course) etc. … But let’s keep this space PC. So since I have recently started at a new company, I worked…


Building a home server on Docker – III.

More details about my Docker-server setup…


Home server on Docker – II.

I have made some changes on my home server (I can see that now it will be a constantly evolving project). I have separated the main functions into 5 (currently) separate stacks. core stack (highly important and/or shared containers) database stack (considered good idea to separate most databases)devops stack (these are for my self-education)ghost stack…


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