Monthly Archives: September 2019

Jenkins: Docker Compose deployment from Ansible with ECR authentication

26 September 2019

 In addition to the AWS: create an Elastic Container Registry and Jenkins deploy job post – the next part, where we will create a new Jenkins job to deploy a Docker Compose file to run our Docker image. Docker Compose file will be updated by an Ansible role called docker-deploy, which will set the desired… Read More »

OpsGenie: Uptrends integration

24 September 2019

 Uptrends – just a simple pinging monitoring service already used for the RTFM blog (see the Prometheus: RTFM blog monitoring set up with Ansible – Grafana, Loki, and promtail post for more details). Now I’d like to add it as an additional alerting service for the project’s API-endpoints and configure its alerts to be sent… Read More »

AWS: create an Elastic Container Registry and Jenkins deploy job

23 September 2019

 The task is to create an AWS ECR repository and add a Jenkins job to build and deploy Docker images to this repository. See the next part – Jenkins: Docker Compose deployment from Ansible with ECR authentication. AWS ECR Go to the ECR, click Get Started, set a new repository name: Lave Mutable, so you’ll be… Read More »

PostgreSQL: FATAL: Peer authentication failed for user “name”

11 September 2019

 A quick note mainly for myself on how to enable remote access in PostgreSQL and create its database dump. An EC2-server moved to our AWS account with one website. During an attempt to connect to the PostgreSQL running on this host – the “FATAL: Peer authentication failed for user “name”” appears. And the same error… Read More »

Redis: main configuration parameters and performance tuning overview

10 September 2019

 Currently configuring Redis server as our backend caching service and during that wrote this post with some things to pay attention at in Redis config file. Shortly enough but with links to other posts or documentation. Let’s begin with the redis-benchmark utility. Will be installed alongside with Redis service, so can be used right after… Read More »

Kubernetes: part 4 – AWS EKS authentification, aws-iam-authenticator and AWS IAM

3 September 2019

  Let’s proceed with our AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service, EKS. Previous parts: Kubernetes: part 1 – architecture and main components overview Kubernetes: part 2 – a cluster set up on AWS with AWS cloud-provider and AWS LoadBalancer Kubernetes: part 3 – AWS EKS overview and manual EKS cluster set up. In the previous – Kubernetes:… Read More »