For the past three months, I have been working on PKS observability features. Right now, it’s mostly about kubernetes logging.
hmm, logging? Collect logs, and send them to the log server. That looks quite straightforward. Simple and Common, isn’t it? Agree, but only partially. I have noticed some new challenges in the container logging, compared to VM or bare metal envs.
Here are the summary. Check it out! See how much it may apply to your kubernetes projects. (BTW, our PKS project is hiring)
Deploy Jenkins via AWS Cloudformation. Scenario-by-scenario.
Yes, I know Cloudformation is not that cool any more. Just exported my knowledgebase here, in case someone need it.
Guys, Two Big News to share with you!!
My wife and I have relocated to silicon valley. Finally! I will join VMware as a staff engineer next Monday. Work on enterprise-ready kubernetes product(PKS)
Hope I can make good influence and big contributions to the team and the product very soon.
My common mistakes when solving code problems.
Trying to write more bug-free code, if I can. LOL
For advanced Git usage, I usually leverage GUI of GitHub or BitBucket. But GUI way may not solve some requirements beautifully.
I found several Git fundamental concepts. They are quite useful, but may not be well-known.
Check it out. And let me know what you think!