Hello, friends; this week, I have been polishing my Terraform skills and using a new free course by my friend Sid.
This weekend there was a debate when I went downstairs to the Kitchen, which was choosing which cheese is better Spanish Goat Cheese or Spanish Manchego Cheese, so I did what any nerd would do and created a Twitter Poll.
There was a good conversation on why Kubernetes doesn’t have more batteries included like using digest for images, and an interesting one since Knative does this by default.
When working with Kubernetes or OpenShift in a multicluster (possibly hybrid cloud) deployment, one of the considerations that comes up is how to direct traffic to the applications deployed across these clusters. To solve this problem, we need a global load balancer.
Image tags are mutable and the change of an image can result in the same tag. This policy resolves the image digest of each image in a container and replaces the image with the fully resolved reference which includes the digest rather than tag.
Go 1.18 is coming out soon. It’s a huge release, but native fuzzing has a special place in my heart. Not much has been written yet on how Go’s fuzzing system actually works, so I’ll talk a bit about that here.