Blue Matador

Nov 26, 2018
2016
South Jordan, UT, USA
Feb 12, 2019   |  By Keilan Jackson
IAM is the de-facto method of authorization in AWS. Most Kubernetes “Quick Start” guides for AWS do not adequately cover how to manage IAM access in your pods. This blog series will first go over the security issues specific to AWS IAM on Kubernetes, then compare solutions, and then end with a detailed walkthrough for setting up your cluster with one of those solutions.
Feb 5, 2019   |  By Keilan Jackson
IAM is the de-facto method of authorization in AWS. Most Kubernetes “Quick Start” guides for AWS do not adequately cover how to manage IAM access in your pods. This blog series will first go over the security issues specific to AWS IAM on Kubernetes, then compare solutions, and then we will end with a detailed walkthrough for setting up your cluster with one of those solutions.
Jan 29, 2019   |  By Matthew Barlocker
During my career, I’ve taken part in many on-call rotations and post-mortems. The longest on-call rotation I’ve ever had — no breaks, vacations, or holidays — lasted for a whopping 2.5 years at Lucid Software. I’m jaded. I strongly prefer stability to tinkering with shiny new toys. Very few software engineers start this way, but enough of them make the transition after having been bit enough times by a bad release.
Jan 22, 2019   |  By Keilan Jackson
Kubernetes events are a resource type in Kubernetes that are automatically created when other resources have state changes, errors, or other messages that should be broadcast to the system. While there is not a lot of documentation available for events, they are an invaluable resource when debugging issues in your Kubernetes cluster. In this post we will learn how to look at events, learn about a few specific event types, and discuss how to monitor Kubernetes events.
Jan 15, 2019   |  By Mark Siebert
So you’ve got a shiny new Kubernetes cluster up and it’s a dream. Deploying code is easy, scaling is a breeze, and you’ve never felt so efficient. However, despite claims that Kubernetes is self-healing, there’s still a nagging feeling in the back of your mind that wants to make sure your cluster is running smoothly.