In my pipeline, for the master branch, I've decided that I'd like to keep track of what each new build will contain - for debug, traceability, auditing purposes and what not...
After the flow of tests > Docker build & push, Kubernetes deployment & verification have all passed, this is the … Continue reading →
It's very likely that you are using a Docker container image for cloud native application. In which case, you're probably also worry for possible security vulnerabilities in your base image.
As part of my daily work (I work for IBM), I use the IBM Bluemix Container Registry service. This service … Continue reading →
One of the tests I've been missing in my pipeline was a crucial one. Verifying that the deployment finished - successfully. e.g. that the pods were updates with a new Docker container image, but also restarted successfully(!).
It's pretty simple I suppose, but here is my interpretation.
The … Continue reading →
With the DevOps pipeline maturing and deployment of multiple containers for multiple micro-services taking place, it became evident quite quickly that space is running out and a cleaning strategy is needed.
One way to do this is to clean the repository from images that are older than a set number … Continue reading →
As you may know, Kubernetes is all the rage these days. Kubernetes. Its feature list is impressive and it is no wonder why it is the go-to system of orchestrating your containers.
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized … Continue reading →