As we go through several of my DevOps series we will be writing and using JSON files. This is my
As I always say, the difference between a good engineer and a SME is repetitions. Already in this back to
There are going to come times when you want to be able to open your favorite text editor while working
As part of my back to basics series I thought I would create an article on base Docker container commands.
The time came to upgrade my 7.0.0c vCenter to 7.0.0d. I thought I would map out the steps taken to
As part of my back to basics series, I figured I should cover YAML files. YAML will come in handy
As I am recreating my environment from scratch I am having to go back and re-create a lot of content.
Call it personal preference but I prefer to connect to GitHub via SSH instead of HTTPS. If there are others
Sometimes, when deploying Git you may forget to select Visual Studio Code as your default editor. I thought I would
Recently, I was asked my code editor of choice and I default to VS Code unless I need a different
As I was discussing GitHub and repositories with some engineers looking to get their feet wet in the modern applications
Recently, I had to upgrade my existing VMware 6.7 U3 VCSA to the new 7.0 VCSA. I know a lot
Believe it or not I have not had to setup an out of office message in a couple of years.
This should be a quick and easy article. Teams is becoming more prevalent in our environments and I am a
In the last few years as a VMWare person I have watched containers and Kubernetes go from people saying containers
I borrowed the above image from Kubernetes site. Let us begin with a high level overview of what Kubernetes is