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More Charts: Adding TLS to Airflow
In this post, we will be adding TLS to Airflow on Azure Kubernetes Service. This is part three of a five-part series addressing Airflow at an enterprise scale. I will update these with links as ...
Dec 14, 2021
Introduction to Pydantic
I’ve been using the Pydantic library in my Python projects lately and it’s pretty great. At first glance, it seems very similar to Python 3’s built-in dataclass decorator but when you see it supports easy JSON serialization and deserialization with ...
Dec 9, 2021
Airflow + Helm: Simple Airflow Deployment
This is part two of a five-part series addressing Airflow at an enterprise scale. I will update these with links as they are published. Airflow: Planning a Deployment Airflow + Helm: Simple Airflow Deployment Previously, ...
Planning an Apache Airflow Deployment
This is part one of a five-part series addressing Airflow at an enterprise scale. I will update these with links as they are published. Airflow: Planning a Deployment Apache Airflow is a platform for authoring, ...
Rockstar Development
This originally appeared on Marty Henderson’s personal blog Or, how to use Gitpod and GitLab so that no one else has to care about your questionable coding language choices. A true rockstar has a good ...
Nov 16, 2021
Testing a Quarkus Kafka Application
Quarkus, a “Kubernetes Native Java stack,” enables lighter Java applications with faster startup times. In a recent post, I talked about scaling Kafka consumers in Kubernetes. Quarkus applications fit right into this picture because they ...
Gitpod and Hringvegurinn
Iceland Ever seen an advertisement for visiting Iceland? Have you noticed that they all mention Hringvegurinn or the Ring Road, as a good tour? (If you haven’t seen a tour ad for Iceland, Steindi Jr ...
Tacos and Steak, an Istio story
This post originally appear on Marty Henderson’s personal blog A brief history In the before times of 2017, Varun Talwar and Louis Ryan sat under a forgotten waterfall at the edge of the world and ...
Feature Flags in Terraform
Feature flagging any code can be useful to developers but many don’t know how to or even that you can do it in Terraform. Some benefits of Feature Flagging your code You can enable different ...
Sep 22, 2021
Infrastructure as Code – The Wrong Way
You are probably familiar with the term “infrastructure as code”. It’s a great concept, and it’s gaining steam in the industry. Unfortunately, just as we had a lot to learn about how to write clean ...
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