Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Jason Brooks
6,705 followers -
I may or may not be the Jason Brooks you're looking for.
I may or may not be the Jason Brooks you're looking for.

6,705 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
I just came across this Little Guide to Kubernetes Install Options, which covers a few options I’ve heard of, and a few options I haven’t heard of. It doesn’t mention the main way that I deploy Kubernetes, which is through the Ansible scripts from the…

Post has attachment
At the end of last week, I spied an exciting tweet about oVirt: Not long after I started using oVirt and Gluster together, the projects started talking about a way to improve Gluster performance by enabling virtualization hosts to access Gluster volumes…

Post has attachment
A few of the projects I work with use static websites based on middleman, which you can run locally to see how your edits, or those of others, will look on the live site when they’re merged. Each of these sites defaults to port 4567 when running locally,…

Post has attachment
I’ve been paying extra attention to the news these days, because of the election, so I’ve been having lots of interactions with the Washington Post’s “You Have X Free Articles Left This Month” subscription nag screens, and the similar ones from the New…

Post has attachment
Followup to my post yesterday about WordPress, me, and insufficient delight. I mentioned that my editor fonts look crappy. I noticed that as of version 4.6, the dashboard is supposed to take “advantage of the fonts you already have, making it load faster…

Post has attachment
I’ve switched blog engines from WordPress to Middleman (a static website engine) and back to WordPress, with various other static engine experiments in between. I switched back to WordPress, on a premium subscription, because WordPress started supporting…

Post has attachment
Version 1.4 of Kubernetes, the open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, included an awesome new tool for bootstrapping clusters: kubeadm. Using kubeadm is as simple as installing the tool on a…

Post has attachment
I’ve written recently about running kubernetes in containers on an atomic host. There are a few different ways to do it, but the simplest method involves fetching and running the Debian-based container provided by the upstream kubernetes project. Debian…

Post has attachment
test with more foo

Let me try that again. I’ll link somewhere and make this a link post. If I share to twitter, will the link pass right on to the linked location, or to this post on WP?

Post has attachment
The atomic hosts from CentOS and Fedora earn their “atomic” namesake by providing for atomic, image-based system updates via rpm-ostree, and atomic, image-based application updates via docker containers. This “system” vs “application” division isn’t set…
Wait while more posts are being loaded