Github Actions: Build Multiple docker images in Mono Repo
Learn how to build multiple Docker images for a single repository using matrix builds with Github Actions in this comprehensive tutorial. Dockerizing applications is a powerful way to deploy them, and Github Actions provides an easy way to build and push Docker images to a registry. Follow along as we demonstrate how to use matrix builds to build multiple Docker images for a single repository with Github Actions
Building a single docker image For this example, we will use the Build and Push Docker Images action from the Github Marketplace....
My experience building a community bingo using the T3 Stack
For the german Youtube series “7 vs. Wild” I wanted to build a community bingo at sevenvsbingo.de. Before the series started, the community was asked to submit their ideas for the bingo cards and were able to create their own bingo cards using the submitted ideas. Each participant earned points based on the number of bingos and difficulty of the choosen Bingo card. You can check out the final result here and the winner board here....
Build a Kubernetes Dashboard in Notion using a go controller
Notion is a web based note-taking software. Its supports all kind of note types like kanban boards, tables, lists, and more. This post will show you how to use the Notion api to generate a live updating Kubernetes Dashboard in Notion using a custom controller in golang to show the currently running pods in a Kubernetes cluster.
The code to the Repository can be found here
Setting up the Notion API To use the Notion API, you need to create a Notion account and create a new integration....
Deploy Uptime Kuma on Kubernetes
Uptime-Kuma is a self-hosted monitoring tool that gains more and more popularity on GitHub.
This post describes how to deploy the Uptime-Kuma on Kubernetes.
Use the following StatefulSet to deploy Uptime-Kuma:
# StatefulSet apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: StatefulSet metadata: name: uptime-kuma namespace: monitoring spec: replicas: 1 serviceName: uptime-kuma-service selector: matchLabels: app: uptime-kuma template: metadata: labels: app: uptime-kuma spec: containers: - name: uptime-kuma image: louislam/uptime-kuma env: - name: UPTIME_KUMA_PORT value: "3001" - name: PORT value: "3001" ports: - name: uptime-kuma containerPort: 3001 protocol: TCP volumeMounts: - name: uptime-kuma-data mountPath: /app/data volumeClaimTemplates: - metadata: name: uptime-kuma-data spec: accessModes: ["ReadWriteOnce"] volumeMode: Filesystem resources: requests: storage: 2Gi storageClassName: <your-storage-class> Make sure to enter a storage class you want to use....
Set up Basic-Auth using Traefik 2 on Kubernetes
Traefik is a modern reverse proxy and load balancer that makes deploying microservices easy. Traefik is natively compliant with Kubernetes, Docker and a lot of other cluster technologies.
Traefik allows the use of middlewares to tweak requests before they are sent to a service. There are several available middlewares in Traefik, some can modify the request, the headers, some are in charge of redirections and some add authentication.
This Post explains how to configure the BasicAuth-Middleware for Traefik 2 in Kubernetes....