AWS re:Invent 2019 is over. It was huge but simple math tells me there’s at least a 95% chance* you…
This is the story of an investigation that I was recently involved in at a client. It took over a week to resolve, involved networking acronyms that seemed to increase in length each day (MTU...ICMP...PMTUD?!), and wound up with us learning all about a rather scary-sounding concept: black-hole connections.
In part 1 of this tutorial, we briefly looked at the concept of canary deployments, and installed Jenkins and Prometheus on an EKS-based Kubernetes cluster. In this part, we will setup Spinnaker using AWS S3 as its backend. After enabling canary deployment functionality we'll set up a canary pipeline to test our basic service.
Trivia behind Shine's BigQuery Challenge theme "Burn Baby Burn" at GCP Sydney Summit 2019