AWS Transfer supports 3 protocols: SFTP, FTP, and FTPS. And only SFTP can have a public endpoint, FTP/FTPS can only be run inside a VPC. Also for login/password authorization, you must use a custom provider, you can find more information about this here. Goal: Create an AWS Transfer server for the FTP protocol, the service … Continue reading "AWS Transfer – Public FTP"
To remove all unused images, you can use the following command:
By default, Docker Compose does not set any size limits for logs. For example, let’s set the limit to 10 MB and the maximum number of files for rotation – 10.
For quick testing of Nginx regular expressions, you can use a ready-made docker image. To do this, you need to clone the NGINX-Demos repository: Follow to the "nginx-regex-tester" directory: And launch the container using "docker-compose": And open the next page: http://localhost/regextester.php
At the time of writing, EKS Fargate does not support a driver log for recording to CloudWatch. The only option is to use Sidecar Let’s create a ConfigMap, in which we indicate the name of the EKS cluster, region and namespace: Next, let’s create a service account and a ConfigMap with a configuration file … Continue reading "AWS – EKS Fargate – Fluentd CloudWatch"
Goal: There are 2 namespaces, they are "kube-system" and "default". It is necessary to run a cron task in the "kube-system" namespace, which will clear the executed jobs and pods in the "default" space. To do this, create a service account in the "kube-system" namespace, a role with the necessary rights in the … Continue reading "Kubernetes – One role for multiple namespaces"
For a parameterized assembly with an image tag selection, you will need the Active Choices plugin Go to "Manage Jenkins" Section "Manage Plugins" Go to the "Available" tab and select "Active Choices" in the search. Install it. Create a "New Item" – "Pipeline", indicate that it will be a parameterized assembly, and … Continue reading "Jenkins – Active Choice: GitHub – Commit"
Key "–environment" AWS Cli utility replaces all the variables, those that you specify as an argument. To change the value of only one variable without erasing the others, or without listing them all, you can use the following BASH script: aws_lambda_update_env.sh: This script requires jq utility The script reads all current variables, changes … Continue reading "AWS Cli – Lambda: Update single variable value"
After we installed Docker on the Jenkins server and started it, when we try to build, we get the following error: Solution: Add the user "jenkins" to the "docker" group: After that, the user "jenkins" will be able to work with Docker if he connects via SSH, but with Jenkins job there will … Continue reading "FIX ERROR – Jenkins: dial unix /var/run/docker.sock: connect: permission denied"
An example of how you can create entities in Kubernetes using AWS Lambda. The function will be in Python3, so we will use Kubernetes Python Client More usage examples can be found here. Since AWS Lambda does not support this package, we will pack the "kubernetes" and "boto3" modules in our function. "boto3" is needed … Continue reading "AWS – Lambda: kubectl"