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Backing up and Restoring Containerized PostgreSQL databases

Backing up and Restoring Containerized PostgreSQL databases

Published Mar 25, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

Using containerized databases in Kubernetes is quick and convenient.  But how can we ensure backups and restores work?  Let’s examine this in my favourite chart lately, Sonarqube.

Automating AKS Deployments like a Boss: Part 2

Automating AKS Deployments like a Boss: Part 2

Published Mar 17, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

In Part 1 we covered the basics of AKS including installing CLI tools, creating a cluster, installing Helm and launching a stable chart.  In Part 2 we will be covering scaling, both veritical and h...

Automating AKS Deployments like a Boss: Part 1

Automating AKS Deployments like a Boss: Part 1

Published Mar 10, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

Azure’s managed kubernetes service (AKS) is surprisingly easy to get started.  Let’s start our series by clearing up an FUD and fire up a little cluster on our own.

Azure DevOps (VSTS) security and policies (part 5)

Azure DevOps (VSTS) security and policies (part 5)

Published Mar 3, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

In our last post we showed how we can validate candidate code prior to merging with a Pull Request. Pull Requests are a great way to validate code, but sometimes we need specific people to validate...

Azure DevOps (VSTS) security and policies (part 4)

Azure DevOps (VSTS) security and policies (part 4)

Published Mar 2, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

In our last post we covered the Pull Request process and problems with leaving merged feature branches.  But what about validating the code in a pull request before merging? What does AzDO offer by...

Azure DevOps (VSTS) security and policies (part 3)

Azure DevOps (VSTS) security and policies (part 3)

Published Feb 28, 2019 by Isaac Johnson

We have now created a PR but there are some features we can explore that make it even more automated.

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