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& https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/iot-edge/how-to-install-iot-edge-kubernetes is similar to the AWS page above.
Learn on how to install IoT Edge on Kubernetes using a local development cluster environment
by using kubectl exec -ti POD_NAME bash I am able to access the terminal inside the container and execute the command. I can understand the usability and convenient of the above command. As K8s Op…
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Thank you guys, it was really interesting!
Oh, one thing I forgot to mention in office hours: If anyone is or knows someone in Boston on April 7th you should check out https://observe2020.io (disclaimer, I’m helping out some of the organizers, but I also thought it was relevant to our falco/monitoring conversation.)
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@Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) no office hours today ?
yep! at 11:30
My bad !! Reminder came 30 minutes before !
haha, cool - hope you can still make it!
@johncblandii (Cloud Posse) is gonna do another demo
Looking forward to that !
@johncblandii (Cloud Posse) couldnt make it today but what did you demo?
multiline editing in vs code
@johncblandii (Cloud Posse) can you join office hours? some guys have questions regarding terraform cloud.
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Here’s the Zoom chat from our call today
@antonbabenko 11AM GMT is 6AM Toronto time, but that’s not going to stop 3 guys from my shop including myself from seeing your talk https://events.hashicorp.com/hashitalks2020
haha no I’m actually going to wake up. Trying to get the other guys to do that as well.
Will there by any recording ?
Yes, it will be on youtube. I think it was about a few week after the event.
haha, we didn’t get to the interview questions yesterday, so it will remain on the docket for next week
if you have any tricks for interviewing, would be great to hear them.
unable to join office-hours meeting as I usually do via web
At work I’m building a showcase open source dev ops tools, starting with:
• ofc.dev.labs.sumologic.io If anyone wants to run experiments (eg. benchmarks, functional tests, comparisons), showcase their work, or make any suggestions, please let me know. For the forseeable future, I won’t have any hard constraints on EC2 usage, so I’m taking advantage of the chance to do cool stuff with my friends!
In this episode, we’re joined by Kelsey Hightower to discuss the evolution of cloud infrastructure management, the role Kubernetes and its API play in it, and how we, as developers and operators, should be adapting to these changes.
Is this the new terraform Cloud style best practice: https://www.terraform.io/docs/cloud/workspaces/repo-structure.html ?
Terraform by HashiCorp
@Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) Cloudposse’s
tfmask gets mentioned at 10m:00s in the video
Oh man! Just a shame we haven’t yet updated the regex to work with 0.12
talk by @antonbabenko
Videos are posted
Yes, it was me on Saturday :) thanks for mentioning @Alex Siegman and @Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)
@antonbabenko I’ve written a tool which helps switching terraform and terragrunt version with a single binary. You can check this out here
Terraform & Terragrunt Version Manager. Contribute to aaratn/terraenv development by creating an account on GitHub.
I think I saw it before, but don’t have a need to use it. There is tgenv which I used couple times for that
Yeah, this solves problem of having multiple tools + this is written in python so can be good for platform independence.
I thought Go is a language for platform independence :) 2.7 vs 3.7 in python is not always working, but 2.7 is still present sometimes
yeah you can package python to be a binary
I just added support for pip today.
pip install terraenv
I’ve just used
terraenv to download latest terragrunt which is not yet in homebrew. Do you plan to add support for
latest ? Like this -
terraenv terragrunt install latest ? I understand that
latest is not very presice, but this is exactly what I need while developing.
Thanks for feedback. I can surely add that to next release Thanks for trying out terraenv !
|Previously, I ran ||head -1`|
Now I need to write a bit longer -
terraenv terragrunt install `terraenv terragrunt list remote | tail -1
I’ve updated slides of my talk where I mention your tool as alternative to tfenv
I will add support to install latest version in a day or two
Also, my last feature-request for today is
terraenv terragrunt install-and-use latest - this is a way to install and use even if it is already installed.
I think thats the case right now, if you install <version> it automatically switches to that
If its already downloaded
@antonbabenko this is implemented, try doing
brew reinstall terrraenv if you are on mac /
pip --upgrade install terraenv if you are on other platform
terraenv terragrunt install latest works as expected. Thank you!
Sad I forgot about this today, will join next time!
@Julian Gindi check out the recording! we had an especially good session today.
Already one step a head Def interested in hearing about interview questions
@ here how to do vpc peering using multiple natgateway with terraform ?