Monthly Archives: March 2021

Opsgenie: integration with AWS RDS and alerting

18 March 2021

 Let’s configure Opsgenie with AWS RDS. The idea is to get notifications from RDS about events and send them to Opsgenie which will send them to our Slack. To do so, we need to configure AWS Simple Notification Service and AWS RDS Event subscriptions. The official documentation is here>>>. Opsgenie confiuration Go to the Integrations… Read More »

Windows: Windows Subsystem for Linux and Ubuntu Linux installation

14 March 2021

  Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a Windows subsystem that helps to run various Linux distribution directly from the Windows OS. WSL version 2 which is the default version now uses the Hyper-V virtualization under the hood to install and run Linux and share files and devices between both systems. Windows Subsystem for Linux… Read More »

Kubernetes: what is Endpoints

13 March 2021

 Usually, we don’t see Endpoints objects when using Kubernetes Services, as they are working under the hood, similarly to ReplicaSets which are “hidden” behind Kubernetes Deployments. Kubernetes Service So, Service is a Kubernetes abstraction that uses labels to chose pods to route traffic to, see the Kubernetes: ClusterIP vs NodePort vs LoadBalancer, Services, and Ingress… Read More »

AWS: InvalidSignatureException: Signature not yet current and Kubernetes AWS ALB Ingress controller

4 March 2021

 One day our developers said that they can not create new AWS LoadBalancers via Ingress on our Kubernetes Dev cluster (AWS EKS). Balancers are created using AWS ALB Controller, see AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service: running ALB Ingress controller. Errors in the controller’s logs were: E0304 07:12:38.595113       1 controller.go:217] kubebuilder/controller “msg”=”Reconciler error” “error”=”no object matching key… Read More »