A one-hour discussion of Continuous Delivery with GitOps (using Kubernetes) with key concepts and real-time examples featuring trunk-based development and feature flags.
In this post, I’ll show you how to use the new, web-based interface in Cloudflare to quickly configure a tunnel to your local resources for free. I’ll share some resources to improve the security and resiliency of the tunnel if you need it on a more permanent basis as well.
This presentation explores a Terraform-based approach to Infrastructure as code. Infrastructure is becoming more and more important for us as developers to understand and develop; it’s no longer only in the hands of the operations team. Terraform is a great tool for infrastructure management.
In this post, l explain how we used Visual Studio Code’s Development Container feature as a stepping stone in our long-term effort to achieve Collaborative Infrastructure as Code. This one step in the process gave a versioned, repeatable working environment and allowed us time to determine the next steps in the effort to achieve IaC.
On my last two projects, I decided to give Azure Data Studio a try to see how it measured up to SSMS. Azure Data Studio gives you a more modern editor experience. It’s comparable to Visual Studio Code with IntelliSense, source control with GIT, and an integrated terminal for Powershell or SQLMD commands.
Azure Data Studio was built with a data platform user in mind, and its easy editing and export options, built-in charting of query results, and customizable dashboards make it an incredibly valuable tool.
In this post, I’ll go over some of the basics of how to use Azure Data Studio.