An OCI registry feels like it really should be part of the core out-of-the-box Kubernetes offering. I suspect the main reason it’s not is that none of the vendors supporting Kubernetes really have a lot of incentive to make this part easier to handle for new developers, and all have their own registry solution they’d prefer to sell.
This blog is a bit of an experiment in running WordPress on Knative on Kubernetes in my own home. As some people may have noticed, the blog has been more down than up recently, despite the theoretically sounds underpinnings. If you’re curious, here’s a brief explanation as a way of easing myself back into the…
Justifying Hardware Upgrades with Benchmarking
In which Evan attempts to figure out just how slow his hardware is, and discovers an unexpected factor of two in performance.
A hardware view of this site
I’ll do a more comprehensive post later, but I wanted to make sure that media serving was working, and thought I’d share a “making of” picture of the hardware that powers this blog, even though it’s not cleaned up yet. The site is running on a local Kubernetes cluster consisting of: 2 Wyse Dx0Q thin…