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Fluent Plugin for Amazon Kinesis. Contribute to awslabs/aws-fluent-plugin-kinesis development by creating an account on GitHub.
Provides a AWS Kinesis Firehose Delivery Stream
@Zachary Loeber sorry! didn’t see your messages
11:53:34 From zloeber : Haven't used it yet but this looks interesting: <https://kubeform.com/> 11:54:29 From zloeber : Not certain what the appscode model is and how easy/safe it is to use their products, they are behind kubedb as well 11:56:56 From MattyB : [podman.io](http://podman.io)
let’s discuss next week!
I can’t wait for podman to get more mainstream. Should solve a lot of headaches compared to docker
Provides a Spotinst Ocean resource using AWS.
Monochart usage wtih helmfiles https://github.com/cloudposse/helmfiles/blob/master/releases/pritunl.yaml
The “Cloud Posse” Distribution of Kubernetes Applications - cloudposse/charts
Has anyone here used github actions and somehow managed to use approval steps / concept of these ?
i’m interested as well.
Using a lot of github actions, but haven’t tackled approval steps
Made a project to play around with CodeFresh, and get a jump on some future work. I’d love some feedback. It’s a philosophical cousin to Geodesic, with slightly different goals.
Dude codefresh is freaking amazing. I’ve spent 10 minutes with it and I’m in love. I haven’t even run a build yet.
Watch Amazon announce and demo their HashiCorp Terraform Landing Zone (TLZ) AWS Accelerator preview at HashiConf.
someone on office hours was asking about alternatives to artifactory… just found this: https://github.com/features/packages
With GitHub Packages you can safely publish and consume packages within your organization or with the entire world.
this might have already been mentioned: https://www.sonatype.com/download-oss-sonatype – it’s a good option if you need to run behind a firewall
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that’s cool - thanks for sharing
I will miss it sadly today! See you next week :–1:
Practice infrastructure-as-code in your organization and learn how to detect when engineers make manual changes in your AWS Console
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Anyone have experience using the AWS Metering API? I’ve been tasked with getting a Docker distro onto the marketplace and need some guidance.
Rules engine for cloud security, cost optimization, and governance, DSL in yaml for policies to query, filter, and take actions on resources - cloud-custodian/cloud-custodian
another long term prometheus metrics store option – with many moving parts
M3, Uber’s open source metrics platform for Prometheus, facilitates scalable and configurable multi-tenant storage for large-scale metrics.
M3 monorepo - Distributed TSDB, Aggregator and Query Engine, Prometheus Sidecar, Graphite Compatible, Metrics Platform - m3db/m3
Is there a Docker registry equivalent for this?
Future unclear due to recent acquisition, but oss sonatype i’ve also seen recommended. haven’t used it thought. https://www.sonatype.com/nexus-repository-oss
The world’s only repository manager with FREE support for popular formats.
Awesome @roth.andy, I am currently working on the file browser, and chart page features I hope I will finish them today.
I might consider it!
@Erik Osterman Have you played with Rancher Rio?
I’m here! I can do the show-and-tell of pre-commit if people want
Jenkins Configuration as Code Plugin. Contribute to jenkinsci/configuration-as-code-plugin development by creating an account on GitHub.
11:28:59 From Julio Sueiras to Erik Osterman (Privately) : yes 11:29:16 From Julio Sueiras : yes, we use Jenkins 11:29:19 From Julio Sueiras : but blue ocean 11:29:57 From Dale-Kurt Murray : I’ve been looking at Rio: <https://rio.io/> 11:30:47 From Dale-Kurt Murray : Happy birthday! 11:31:19 From MOHAMED Haleem : Happy Birthday Erik!!! 11:34:22 From Blaise Pabon : Andrew, please share links when you can. 11:34:32 From Blaise Pabon : To those helm charts you mention. 11:36:30 From Julio Sueiras : it look like is to describe the normal Jenkins XML in yaml 11:36:40 From Julio Sueiras : jenkins config xml* 11:38:15 From Blaise Pabon : Andrew is my soul brother, I'm trying to setup exactly the same config! 11:39:42 From Julio Sueiras : I mostly use jenkins as the run place for terraform 11:43:02 From MOHAMED Haleem : Anyone here using Concourse? 11:44:13 From Julio Sueiras : I checked, it can do blocks 11:45:33 From Blaise Pabon : (RTFM welcome) any tips on reconciling AWS billing? 11:49:35 From Julio Sueiras : I can create a terraform provider for Jenkins job if you guys want 11:49:46 From Julio Sueiras : like the one I did for packer 11:51:11 From Julio Sueiras : eric? 11:55:40 From Julio Sueiras : ? 11:57:15 From Blaise Pabon : Julio, I would be interested 12:26:32 From M Haleem : :) 12:26:42 From Julio Sueiras : will have the Jenkins provider tomorrow
oh, no problem at all.
GREAT session today.
thanks everyone! yes, another awesome session
very cool way to diff charts!
Will create a jenkins provider tonight
Happy Birthday Erik
i was driving to an appt & listening so i couldn’t share at the time: IMO try to use as few jenkins plugins as possible don’t let parallel builds get out of control - we have a team that will use ~40 executors in a single job. it can error out and bring jenkins to its knees if/when you write pipeline libs try not to make common pipeline between projects. make the supporting functions as simple as possible - do things like handle for loops in your Jenkinsfile