QA Migration to Kubernetes in 1.5 Weeks: Then and Now

April 18, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Recently I was asked once again to build out Kubernetes cluster infrastructure, and deploy and configure supporting software, and then migrate a client’s QA environment and applications to the cluster. This was all to be completed in a week…

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Terraform Config for Multi-Cloud: Solution

March 10, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Terraform is the industry standard tool for infrastructure provisioning. It provides a unified language for interacting with any supported API. This enables developers to interact with a variety of platforms via knowledge of Terraform, and some measure of knowledge…

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Terraform Config for Multi-Cloud: Problem

March 8, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Terraform is the industry standard tool for infrastructure provisioning. It provides a unified language for interacting with any supported API. This enables developers to interact with a variety of platforms via knowledge of Terraform, and some measure of knowledge…

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Get started with Kubernetes for the price of a Ford Bronco

February 17, 2022 | By Nick Marcarelli

IT has arrived as an essential expenditure to producing revenue for an organization. Almost everything is a software expenditure. We buy hardware to run applications that run our businesses. We invest in the cloud as an alternative to run applications…

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Custom Vault Integrations: C++ (Bonus)

February 10, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Hashicorp’s Vault has become the industry standard tool for secrets management. It comes packaged with multiple solutions for engines supporting various authentication methods, secrets integrations, and storage. However, not every application has a first-party, third-party, or community secrets engine…

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Custom Vault Integrations: Javascript

January 31, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Hashicorp’s Vault has become the industry standard tool for secrets management. It comes packaged with multiple solutions for engines supporting various authentication methods, secrets integrations, and storage. However, not every application has a first-party, third-party, or community secrets engine…

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Custom Vault Integrations: Python

January 28, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Hashicorp’s Vault has become the industry standard tool for secrets management. It comes packaged with multiple solutions for engines supporting various authentication methods, secrets integrations, and storage. However, not every application has a first-party, third-party, or community secrets engine…

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Custom Vault Integrations: Ruby

January 18, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Hashicorp’s Vault has become the industry standard tool for secrets management. It comes packaged with multiple solutions for engines supporting various authentication methods, secrets integrations, and storage. However, not every application has a first-party, third-party, or community secrets engine…

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Custom Vault Integrations: Go

January 13, 2022 | By Matthew Schuchard

Introduction Hashicorp’s Vault has become the industry standard tool for secrets management. It comes packaged with multiple solutions for engines supporting various authentication methods, secrets integrations, and storage. However, not every application has a first-party, third-party, or community secrets engine…

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Hot Fixing Log4j JNDI in Java 1.6+ (No updates required)

December 21, 2021 | By Derrick Sutherland

As corporations continue to deal with patching and updating their systems to deal with log4shell, there are many systems which will become quite a challenge. As the vast majority of you are already aware, a new series of vulnerabilities came…

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Episode 10: Getting to Actionable Insights with Speed & Scale with David Wolfe

September 10, 2021 | By Nick Marcarelli

Organizations across the world encounter the same issue with their data — speed to insight. Even with a team made up of the best and brightest statisticians, you still have to run correlations and regressions to get to that actionable…

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