docker

Sergey Nuzhdin

8 minute read

I spent last two days installing GlusterFS storage on top of my Kubernetes. It took much more time and effort than it should. I faced all kinds of problems, some if which were not obvious and took a lot of googling. So I decided to write this post. Hopefully it will save some time for somebody. I was playing with helm. Trying to assemble a complex application with several dependencies from official chart repository.

How to build tiny Golang docker images with Gitlab-CI

Building tiny docker images for Golang applications with Gitlab

Sergey Nuzhdin

3 minute read

This post will show how to build Golang docker containers using Gitlab-CI. It’s the sequel of my previous posts about building and optimizing docker containers. I’ve written a small microservice in Golang, and I needed to configure my GitLab to auto build it. It uses Glide as a package manager for Go. My directory tree for this project looks like this: > $ tree ├── Dockerfile ├── build_base.sh ├── glide.

How to run Functions in your Kubernetes cluster

How to run Serverless Functions in Kubernetes cluster.

Sergey Nuzhdin

5 minute read

Serverless or Function as a Service What is Serverless/FaaS? Serverless is a new paradigm in computing that enables simplicity, efficiency and scalability for both developers and operators. For a long time, there was only one FaaS implementation available for Kubernetes - Funktion. Which I found a bit complicated and tightly coupled with the fabric8 platform. They claim to support functions in any language, but I found only java and nodejs examples in the repo.

Sergey Nuzhdin

4 minute read

In one of the previous posts, I described the way I’m using GitLab to build and test images. Despite the fact that it’s pretty simple configuration and actual tests are run for less than a minute, complete pipeline takes around 20 minutes. Which seems very unreasonable. I spent some time digging out the problem and was able to reduce build time to around 3 minutes. Here are few things, that should be considered to optimize pipeline.

How to get free DynDNS with DigitalOcean API and Kubernetes ScheduledJobs

Using Kubernetes ScheduledJobs and DigitalOcean API to get free DynDNS analog.

Sergey Nuzhdin

3 minute read

DynDNS is annoying/expensive I’m using different DynDNS services at home for the last few years. It’s easy to use, comes preinstalled on most of the routers. The only annoyance is the need to confirm each of your hosts every 30 days And it’s fine because you do not pay anything. Recently, I wanted to attach proper domain to my home server to be able to access my Kubernetes from the outside.