Deploying with Kubernetes

Posted by Jack McKew on Thu 26 November 2020 in Software • Tagged with software • 4 min read

Following on with previous posts on this blog. This post will be going through how to deploy our fibonacci application we previously built in a Kubernetes cluster. To reiterate we will be using the following technologies:

Technology Use
Docker Docker will be used to containerization of the services inside our …

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Developing with Kubernetes

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 20 November 2020 in Software • Tagged with software • 5 min read

Following on with previous posts on this blog. This post will be going through how to develop & later on deploy our fibonacci application we previously built in a multi-container context. To reiterate we will be using the following technologies:

Technology Use
Docker Docker will be used to containerization of the …

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Intro to Kubernetes

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 13 November 2020 in Software • Tagged with software • 4 min read

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open-source platform for managing containerized workloads and services, that facilitates both declarative configuration and automation. We use Kubernetes as a platform for orchestrating multiple Docker containers for our application, and enables us to scale our application easily.

Kubernetes is managed via a master node, and …


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Develop and Deploy Multi-Container Applications

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 06 November 2020 in Software • Tagged with software • 12 min read

Following on with previous posts on this blog. This post will be going through how to develop & deploy a multi-container application, our application (albeit basic) will allow users to input a number which will correspond to the index in the Fibonacci sequence, and our application will respond with the computed …


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Develop and Deploy with Docker

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 30 October 2020 in Software • Tagged with software • 4 min read

This post is intended to work through setting up a workflow with Docker. In particular, we will be setting up a production workflow for a web app. For this web app, we will need a workflow which supports:

  1. Develop
  2. Test
  3. Deploy

We also want to be able to come back …


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Intro to Docker

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 23 October 2020 in Software • Tagged with software • 6 min read

What is docker? Docker is a platform for running software that is agnostic to the operating system it runs on. This is extremely useful around solving the 'But it works on my machine' problem. This post will go through an intro to docker and how you can use it. A …


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Web Penetration Testing with Kali Linux

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 11 September 2020 in Software • Tagged with software, infosec • 8 min read

This post will go into ways we can use Kali Linux to gain access to the target PCs! What is Kali Linux? "Kali Linux is a Debian-based Linux distribution aimed at advanced Penetration Testing and Security Auditing". Kali Linux is free to download and you can find it at: https …


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Gaining Access with Kali Linux

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 04 September 2020 in Software • Tagged with software, infosec • 10 min read

This post will go into ways we can use Kali Linux to gain access to the target PCs! What is Kali Linux? "Kali Linux is a Debian-based Linux distribution aimed at advanced Penetration Testing and Security Auditing". Kali Linux is free to download and you can find it at: https …


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Network Hacking with Kali Linux

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 28 August 2020 in Software • Tagged with software, infosec • 9 min read

This post will go into ways we can use Kali Linux to hack networks and PCs! What is Kali Linux? "Kali Linux is a Debian-based Linux distribution aimed at advanced Penetration Testing and Security Auditing". Kali Linux is free to download and you can find it at: https://www.kali …


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Book Review: The Pragmatic Programmer

Posted by Jack McKew on Fri 14 August 2020 in Software • Tagged with software, bookreview • 6 min read

The Pragmatic Programmer is heiled as one of the must-reads for all developers and is extremely well known. It is comparable to a hand book full of tips and tricks to develop more robust software, and also introduces lots of concepts throughout that can be used to improve the development …


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