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hey for load testing http applications

short hey is a HTTP load tester CLI tool to benchmark HTTP requests to a HTTP end-point. Get it at GitHub Today we will be taking a look at a small utility called hey. You can use hey to load test HTTP applications or generate load for a web application. This comes in handy when you want to simulate use or check what your app does when it re...

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Build-log: Montsinger Rebound-S

The Rebound-S by Montsinger is a 60% case compatible ~40% keyboard ortholinear keyboard with an ergonomically-friendly 7° typing angle. It differs from the Rebound because it has a staggered contour. The Rebound’s have some great customisation options like spot for a dedicated for an EC12 encoder and some extra keys located between the two halv...

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Configuring default Project creation in Openshift

In this blog we will have a look at “Configuring project creation” in an Openshift cluster. We will: Create a Project Template Add resources like a limit-range to the template Disable project self-provisioning As always. We will be doing all the examples in a CRC (Code Ready Containers) environment. Project template When creating a ne...

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Controlling Ingress with Openshift Network Policy's

This blog will go in to the “software defined networking” of “Configure networking components” objective of the EX280 exam from RedHat. In this post we will: Traffic to pods The types of Network Policy’s we can create Create a Network Policy based on a application label This post focuses on Ingress (incoming traffic). You can also c...

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Exposing services with routes and SSL

This blog will go in to “Configure networking components” objective of the EX280 exam from RedHat. In this post we will: Have a look at services Expose a service with a URL Check out the types of routes we can create Creating a route to a service that is encrypted with SSL As always. We will be doing all the examples in a CRC (Code R...

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Manage users and policies, groups and permissions

This blog will cover the “Manage users and policies” objective of the EX280 exam from RedHat. In this post we will: Configure the HTPasswd identity provider for authentication Create and delete users Modify user passwords Modify user and group permissions Create and manage groups Will also sprinkle in a little bit from “Manage user...

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Switch iTerm profile when running Vim

I love using iTerm2 and Vim on my Mac. Today we are going to have a look at Profile Switching feature that iTerm2 has and how we can combine this with Vim. Recently I wrote about using vim-plug to easily install vim plugins. Using vim-plug I installed the theme “onehalfdark” (Theme link): # .vimrc "# Custom VIM File for CABenstein "## Loading ...

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Pod Affinity and Anti-affinity - Spreading out workloads

I have written about using Taints and Tolerations to prevent pods from running on certain (tainted) nodes and there is some influence on scheduling that we can exert using Limits and Requests. But if we really want to control pod placement we have to look no further than Node/Pod Affinity and Anti-Affinity. This allows you to specify nodes that...

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