Stories from an Italian Software Engineer
I always wanted to solve the problem of moving from laptop 1 to laptop X while continuing to work on a task.
The perfect example is this blog post, I’m writing this from laptop 1, but I would love to keep going from where I left when switching to a different notebook.
The solution should work not just for text editing but also for GUI applications in general.
Cluster API in case you don’t know it is:
a Kubernetes sub-project focused on providing declarative APIs and tooling to simplify provisioning, upgrading, and operating multiple Kubernetes clusters.
Multi-tenancy is defined by the project itself:
Starting from v0.6.5, single controller multi-tenancy is supported that allows using a different AWS Identity for each workload cluster. For details, see the multi-tenancy proposal.
That is exactly what we are going to see in this post.
Did you know that you can control monitor settings on your terminal from Linux?
How to simplify and automate certain operations like switching inputs or changing brightness.
We left the previous post of the series with a single Jenkins stack and the task of creating a second service out of it.