Forget about bash aliasses to access your k8s resources or even about command line tools like k9s, there is something that will definitely speed up your kubernetes work. My go to tool nowadays is lens, the kubernetes IDE.
For future versions of the emtay platform I am working on a php driven solution to manage all things regarding deployment in a separate repo. I have decided to go all php, previously at my former work we used kustomize and bash but this will not suit my needs. One of the things I will need to do is have a multiton of nginx configs, and I would like to handle this in an object oriented unittested way. read more
During some random surfing and I stumbled on an article about brotli I thought of giving it a try myself, see if it would render any success for emtay.
For those who don't know what brotli is, it is a compression algorithm comparable to gzip but much more efficient for text-based files. read more