3 comments on “Kubernetes (6) – HTTPS Applications via Ingress Controller on Minikube”

Kubernetes (6) – HTTPS Applications via Ingress Controller on Minikube

In this blog post, we will show how to create Kubernetes HTTPS applications with a redirection from HTTP to HTTPS. For that, we will create a and mount a self-signed wildcard certificate to an NginX-based Kubernetes ingress controller. We will…

3 comments on “Kubernetes (5) Local Persistent Volumes – A Step-by-Step Tutorial”

Kubernetes (5) Local Persistent Volumes – A Step-by-Step Tutorial

Kubernetes local volumes go beta. However, what is it, a Kubernetes local volume? Last time, we have discovered, how to use Kubernetes hostPath volumes. However, we also have seen, that hostPath volumes work well only on single node clusters. Here,…

4 comments on “Kubernetes (3) – Installing a Kubernetes Cluster with kubeadm”

Kubernetes (3) – Installing a Kubernetes Cluster with kubeadm

In the blog post, we will learn how to create a kubernetes cluster with the help of kubeadm. We will deploy a Kubernetes master on a CentOS system before we will join a second CentOS system as Kubernetes Node. After describing…

3 comments on “Hello World Kubernetes Service on Minikube – Kubernetes Series (2)”

Hello World Kubernetes Service on Minikube – Kubernetes Series (2)

This is part 2 of a series on Kubernetes a la minikube. Minikube is (probably) the easiest way of installing a small Kubernetes system including a graphical user interface. In part 1 we have shown how to install such a system on…

0 comments on “WordPress Password Reset through Database Update or WP CLI”

WordPress Password Reset through Database Update or WP CLI

In this post, I have summarized how I have performed a password recovery of a WordPress installation. I have followed the instructions here. I have performed a WordPress password reset via database (Step 1 through 6) as well as a WordPress password…

0 comments on “How to Install OpenShift on Fedora – a Quick Installation Guide”

How to Install OpenShift on Fedora – a Quick Installation Guide

Are you reviewing Docker orchestration systems like Kubernetes, DC/OS or OpenShift? In this blog post, let us learn how to install a standalone OpenShift Origin system on Fedora. OpenShift Installation on Fedora is a tough nut. As an example, read this…

0 comments on “How to get rid of nested Subscriptions using RxJS flatMap and switchMap”

How to get rid of nested Subscriptions using RxJS flatMap and switchMap

"Nested subscriptions are bad programming style". That is, what many programmers tell us. But: how can we get rid of nested subscriptions? In this little step-by-step tutorial, we will demonstrate how to use flatMap to improve an Angular 6 based REST…

0 comments on “Decision-Making in Self-Management Organizations Using Systemic Consensus”

Decision-Making in Self-Management Organizations Using Systemic Consensus

Frederic Laloux writes in his amazing, world-changing, and ground-breaking book “Reinventing Organizations” that self-management works without consensus. “It is worth repeating that these decision-making processes work without consensus.” He continues that “for some reason, many people naturally assume that in…

0 comments on “The Big Picture – The Overarching Change of Mankind”

The Big Picture – The Overarching Change of Mankind

There are groups of people researching different topics, each one in its own finite space, rarely looking beyond their own subject, but all related to the overarching change we are currently going through. There are people talking about modern, agile…

2 comments on “Consuming a REST Service with Angular 6: a Step-by-step Guide”

Consuming a REST Service with Angular 6: a Step-by-step Guide

REDIRECTED to https://vocon-it.com/2017/06/24/consuming-a-restful-web-service-with-angular/ Angular 6 is available, so it is time to update my original post about how to consume an Angular REST API service in Angular.  We will learn how to implement a fully functional rest service in a single…