Find blog posts about Kubernetes Administration and security on this blog. In addition, you may find some miscellaneous posts revolving around automation, configuration management, DevOps, and SRE domains.

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Explore the ways to get custom output from kubectl using advanced JSONPATH and GO-template queries.

Learn how to create production-grade Kubernetes Cluster

Learn what is a webhook in Kubernetes, why they are used and how to setup in your cluster. 

Learn to use Kubesec, an open-source tool to enforcing security best practices.

Learn to create virtual machines really fast using Canonical Multipass. 

Learn how to use Kubectl plugins and how to create your custom plugins. 

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How to print the output in during loop in ansible

In ansible, we there are multiple ways to loop over a task. However, there are minimal ways to see what is happening in the background …

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What is a filter plugin in ansible

Ansible is a great tool for automation; it has many ways to parse data from one form to another. For example, ansible ships with Jina2 …

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Kubernetes

How to create Kubernetes cluster using Kurl

In this post, we will describe one of the simplest ways to configure a Kubernetes cluster using a tool called kurl. Note that, kurl is …

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Extracting values from XML on bash

Most modern applications use JSON and YAML for communication and configuration. However, there are many applications still using XML. If for some reason, you have …

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Why not use the script module in ansible?

In most cases, ansible inbuilt modules are enough to do the job. However, in some cases, it’s either highly complex or impossible to achieve the …

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General

Create a simple custom module in ansible

For writing a custom module, we can use any language of our choice as long as it can return a JSON object. This post will …

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Kubernetes

Changing the traffic distribution of a Kubernetes service

In Kubernetes with the default configurations, When a deployment is exposed via a service, the traffic is distributed between the endpoints/replicas in a round-robin way. …

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User prompt in ansible playbook

Sometimes, it gets essential to prompt the user to confirm if the user is okay with the operations of the playbook. For example, if a …

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Kubernetes

Create Kubernetes cluster locally using Kubespray and libvert

This post will show a simple tool to create a Kubernetes cluster using libvert and kubespray. Libvert needs to know the introduction; if you are …

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