I recently was tasked to set up keycloak as the identity management tool for our kibana UI. I have decided to share the processes I used at integrating my active directory to Keycloak using LDAP as a provider.
I installed it using helm and so I proceeded to do the same to uninstall it and it pretty much worked all except the Custom Resource Definitions. The CRDs created by Rancher.io was a lot and kubectl delete crd was not cutting it and I needed a way to iterate through the list of crds
Zabbix is an open-source monitoring software tool for diverse IT components, including networks, servers, virtual machines and cloud services. Zabbix provides monitoring metrics, among others network utilization, CPU load and disk space consumption.
Git has a configuration setting that tells it whether to be case sensitive or insensitive: core.ignorecase. To tell Git to be case-senstive, simply set this setting to false
One of the most used features regarding SonarQube Scanners is the ability to fail the build when the quality level is not at the expected level.
Konga is an opensource powerful GUI that uses Kong Admin API, that makes managing of Kong quite literally…. a breeze.
All actions will also be relevant for CentOS/RHEL systems. In this example, a user will be added for access via SFTP using an SSH key to the web directory under Apache management. There is a default for Apache group “apache”, if necessary, replace the desired one.
After Installing Certbot on Amazon Linux 2, and then momentarily Upgrading Certbot returns the following error below
So from our last article, we needed to move from Travis CI as our deployment mechanism to something faster and more efficient and Github Web-hooks came to mind. What are webhooks?
As a Software Engineer, major consideration has to be given to your development and deployment workflow in order to ensure coordination in development, seamless integration and effortless deployment.
I recently worked on a Project that required migrating Jenkins credentials to another credentials store, going to each credential and viewing and subsequently decrypting the credential turned into a real chore and I needed a way to do this all in one go