cloud · IBM Cloud Private · kubernetes · linux · power · ppc64le

linux: IBM Cloud Private with GlusterFS

You can easily configure and install an IBM Cloud Private Cluster with GlusterFS for data persistence. See how it can be done by watching the video below:

linux · minicloud · openstack · ppc64le · unicamp

linux: FREE access to OpenSUSE on Power

If you like OpenSUSE you can now try it for FREE at Unicamp’s Minicloud. The Minicloud is hosted by the University of Campinas – Unicamp, which is an academic member of the OpenPower Foundation. It provides free access to Power® virtual machines that can be used for development, testing or migration of applications to Power®. Enjoy!

IBM Cloud Private · kubernetes · linux

kubernetes: restarting failing Pods

To reboot all your failing Pods you can execute the following command: p.s: ensure you have successfuly authenticated in your cluster before executing it.

go · linux · ppc64le · s390x · x86_64

linux: configuring your Go development environment

Working daily with Docker and Kubernetes and several workloads written in GO is a very common task for me. Likewise, configuring a development environment on brand new VMs. To make this process easier, I wrote a simple script that automatically downloads and install the latest version of Go for Linux for x86_64, ppc64le and s390x… Continue reading linux: configuring your Go development environment

cloud · container · linux · power · ppc64le

ppc64le: Minio on Power

Minio is a high performance distributed object storage server, designed for large-scale private cloud infrastructure. Recently, while investigating alternatives to replace S3 on a Travis CI Enterprise setup I got Minio as an option. However, Minio wasn’t ported to Power, so my first step was to port it (which was very easy I would say).… Continue reading ppc64le: Minio on Power

linux · ppc64le · x86_64

linux: Am I running in a VM?

I had to identify which kind of environmet my Linux was running (bare-metal or virtualized), to do so I did the following: You can also do:

linux

linux: IP and hostname in the same line

A simple composition of commands to print the hostname and IP in the same line: