With a growing need for proper two factor authentication methods for web services many turn to applications such as Authy, Google Authenticator or the OTP module of their prefered passwords and secrets managers. Yet, another solution exist : the use of physical keys such as the ones from Yubikey. Those devices
Using a password manager has become very important to avoid plenty of issues. So with the move to a Linux workstation using an OpenSource solution made a lot of sense.
In this article we will see how to setup a set of : - a git repositories server and service - a web interface to manager users, groups, and repositories - a load balancer to handle SSL termination in front of the git hosting service
After years using an Apple Laptop as my main work machine I started to grow annoyed by the frequent power up of the ventilation inside the laptop. I also noticed some bugs within the OS that would trigger impromptu restarts, network issues that would require me to restart the system
When I setup docker based infrastructures for projects I have usually a few use cases that need to be solved. Usually it starts with starting http services containers, background workers containers and console ones. Let us see how to handle the last case.
I decided to do a little experiment for a mini service I am playing with at the moment : have more than just code in the repository. Let's see what else we could have alongside the code.
Back when I was at University near Paris a friend of mine was always talking about how great his ergonomic keyboard was so good and how his typing was better. Years later I was the one doing the same about the keyboard I got. Well, here I am, again, talking about split keyboards.
A solution to handle host based load balancing with ALBs in AWS with Terraform.
For some time now it’s been possible to mix OnDemand and Spot instances in Auto Scaling Groups so here is a little example of such a setup with Terraform.
How to use Cloudwatch to handle logs for Docker based application hosting on AWS.