If you've dabbled in containers and infrastructure or DevOps but don't know why Kubernetes is so popular, or how to get started with it, this is your book! Learn the basics of Kubernetes quickly and efficiently, with real-world application deployment examples.
Jeff wrote this book with the editorial help of his sister, Katie, based on the content of his 2020-2021 Kubernetes 101 streaming series on YouTube.
I’m on a mission to test out as many PCI Express cards on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, and see what works, what doesn’t, and what I can learn.
I have produced a number of YouTube videos along the way, and have documented how to get every card to work (or not!) in my open source GitHub project: https://github.com/geerlingguy/raspberry-pi-pcie-devices.
Kubernetes 101 is a YouTube streaming series on Kubernetes and container-based infrastructure by Jeff Geerling.
The series has 10 episodes which were streamed live on Jeff Geerling's YouTube channel, with the first episode premiering to over 9,000 viewers on November 18, 2020.
You can view all the details about the series, along with video links and examples from each episode, using the link below.
Ansible is a powerful infrastructure automation tool. Kubernetes is a powerful application deployment platform. Learn how to use these tools to automate massively-scalable, highly-available infrastructure.
This book takes users on an automation journey—from building your first Kubernetes cluster with Ansible's help, to deploying and maintaining real-world, massively-scalable and highly-available applications.
I've created a Raspberry Pi-based temperature monitoring application to power a network of temperature and environmental monitors in my home.
The architecture uses one 'master' Pi to aggregate and display log data, and many 'remotes' place around a house to send log data back to the 'master'. The app was originally built in 2015 to help monitor my home environment, and is continuously developed and improved as my monitoring needs change.
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