MinIO for S3-compatible Object Storage

I reviewed some storage technologies on Kubernetes but they are all for block and file storage. In this post, I will discuss the current available options for container workload to use object storage. I will also touch on MinIO as an object storage solution. Object storage Block and file system are more native to operating … Read moreMinIO for S3-compatible Object Storage

FSx ONTAP – Enterprise storage on AWS

Even though object storage has gained a lot of popularity, file storage is still prevalent. AWS has Elastic File System but the performance is insufficient for enterprise workload. The FSx product line has enterprise storage options and on Sept 2, 2021, AWS launched FSx ONTAP. This post is my impression about FSx ONTAP. As previously … Read moreFSx ONTAP – Enterprise storage on AWS

Istio External Authorization via OIDC

Istio service mesh allows application developers to offload non-core features to infrastructure layer. We explored authentication and authorization with Istio in a basic lab. In this post we continue to explore its capabilities with OIDC integration. This capability is made available thanks to the CUSTOM action in authorization policy, supported since the release of 1.9. … Read moreIstio External Authorization via OIDC

FluxCD: Continuous Deployment with GitOps

This post explains why I land on FluxCD GitOps for my project. Let’s star Background In the Korthweb project, I landed on Istio for the Ingress Gateway technology. I first attempted to expand the orthanc Helm Chart to bring Istio as dependency (sub-chart). One of the external chart for Istio gateway needs to be referenced … Read moreFluxCD: Continuous Deployment with GitOps

AKS Lessons Learned 2 of 2

Even though Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is a managed service, building a cluster is not trivial. For help resources, I would start with the webinar “Configure Your AKS cluster with Confidence” from April 2021, which focuses on a set of working best practices (convention over configuration) but obviously not every recommendation suits every use case. … Read moreAKS Lessons Learned 2 of 2

AKS Lessons Learned 1 of 2

In general, troubleshooting Kubernetes is tricky. That is because one has to get in and out of pods. I took two days to troubleshoot some networking issues with private AKS cluster. For the amount of of tricks I had to employ, I need to take some notes. The issue After writing the Terraform code, I … Read moreAKS Lessons Learned 1 of 2