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Kubernetes Deployment Guide | The Ultimate Guide | Platform9

Kubernetes Deployment Guide that reviews the pros and cons of some of the best known approaches to deployments, including typical use cases.Source: Kubernetes Deployment Guide | The Ultimate Guide | Platform9


K9s – Kubernetes CLI

K9s provides a terminal UI to interact with your Kubernetes clusters. The aim of this project is to make it easier to navigate, observe and manage your applications in the wild. K9s continually watches Kubernetes for changes and offers subsequent commands to interact with your observed resources. Dark Mode k9s (this link opens in a…


“Researchers”

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Git-cliff

git-cliff can generate changelog files from the Git history by utilizing conventional commits as well as regex-powered custom parsers. The changelog template can be customized with a configuration file to match the desired format. Dark Mode git-cliff (this link opens in a new window) by orhun (this link opens in a new window) A highly…


MinIO: A Bare Metal Drop-In for AWS S3

Recently I started looking into open source object storage projects and I came across MinIO. Among its long list of features, it offers an S3 gateway service that can allow you to expose Hadoop’s distributed file system (HDFS) with an AWS S3-compatible interface. MinIO is made up of 160K lines of GoLang code primarily by Harshavardhana. He…


Skaffold

Skaffold is a command-line tool that facilitates continuous development for Kubernetes applications. You can iterate on your application source code locally, then deploy to local or remote Kubernetes clusters. Skaffold handles the workflow for building, pushing, and deploying your application. It also provides building blocks and describes customizations for a CI/CD pipeline. Dark Mode skaffold…


TStream

Dark Mode tstream (this link opens in a new window) by qnkhuat (this link opens in a new window) Live streaming from your terminal 1 Subscriber 33 Watchers 1 Fork Check out this repository on GitHub.com (this link opens in a new window)


Pocketlang

Pocketlang is a small (~3000 semicolons) and fast functional language written in C. It’s syntactically similar to Ruby and it can be learned within 15 minutes. Including the compiler, bytecode VM and runtime, it’s a standalone executable with zero external dependencies just as it’s self descriptive name. The pocketlang VM can be embedded in another hosting program very easily….


A from-scratch tour of Bitcoin in Python

Musings of a Computer Scientist. I find blockchain fascinating because it extends open source software development to open source + state. This seems to be a genuine/exciting innovation in computing paradigms; We don’t just get to share code, we get to share a running computer, and anyone anywhere can use it in an open and…


Plover

Plover (rhymes with “lover”) is a desktop application that allows anyone to use stenography to write on their computer, up to speeds of 200WPM and beyond. Plover is part of the Open Steno Project. The Open Steno Project’s goal is to provide everything you need to learn machine shorthand on your own, from free software, to…


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