Category Archives: Docker

Docker is a computer program that performs operating-system-level virtualization, also known as “containerization”.

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 »

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 »

Docker: Compose shared networks

20 August 2019
 

 We have a Docker Compose stack with Jenkins, SonarQube, and PostgresSQL, check the SonarQube: running tests from Jenkins Pipeline in Docker post. The problem is that they are described in the same Docker Compose file and are restarted by the same systemd file (check the Linux: systemd сервис для Docker Compose post, Rus) Thus, if… Read More »

Kubernetes: part 3 – AWS EKS overview and manual EKS cluster set up

15 August 2019
 

 Let’s proceed with our Kubernetes journey. 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 In this part we will start working with AWS Elastic Kuberneters Service (EKS) – its short overview, then will create Kubernetes Control… Read More »

Kubernetes: part 2 – a cluster set up on AWS with AWS cloud-provider and AWS LoadBalancer

10 August 2019
 

 In the first part – Kubernetes: part 1 – architecture and main components overview – we did a quick glance about Kubernetes. Also, check the third part – Kubernetes: part 3 – AWS EKS overview and manual EKS cluster set up. The next thing I’d like to play with is to manually create a cluster… Read More »

Kubernetes: part 1 – architecture and main components overview

25 July 2019
 

  On my current project for our mobile applications, we have an API-backend on the Yii PHP-framework, which is working now on an ordinary LEMP stack – Linux/NGINX/PHP-FPM/MySQL (AWS EC2 + MariaDB RDS). Eventually, it’s time to break this monolith into microservices which will be orchestrated by the Kubernetes and will be running on the… Read More »

SonarQube: running tests from Jenkins Pipeline in Docker

18 June 2019
 

 The task is to run our backend PHP tests using SonarQube from a jenkins Pipeline job. Jenkins running in Docker and all its builds also uses Docker. The main issue I faced during this setup was the fact that SonarQube’s container inside spawns another process with Elastisearch (while Docker concept says “1 service per one… Read More »

Jenkins: a job to check a Github organization’s public repositories list

16 April 2019
 

 Proceeding with a Github repositories checker. To recall: the idea is to have such a check in case if somebody from developers accidentally will share our project’s private repository as public, or will create a public repository instead of making it as a private one – we will get a Slack alarm about such a… Read More »

Kubernetes: running Minikube on Arch Linux

27 March 2019
 

 Minikube – a utility to run a Kubernetes cluster locally on your PC. It can use Virtualbox, VMware, Hyper-V etc hypervisors which will be used to create a virtual machine with a Kubernetes cluster. Minikube is a great tool for developers or DevOps engineers to test deployments/services etc without the need to create and configure… Read More »

Prometheus: RTFM blog monitoring set up with Ansible – Grafana, Loki, and promtail

10 March 2019
 

 After implementing the Loki system on my job’s project – I decided to add it for myself, so see my RTFM blog server’s logs. Also – want to add the node_exporter and alertmanager, to be notified about high disk usage. In this post, I’ll describe the Prometheus, node_exporter, Grafana, Loki, and promtail set up process… Read More »