May 18, 2023
A Glitch in The Percentile
One of many benefits of working with data is its prospect for reliable information and robust judgements. However, an opportunity of being subtlety misguided by its potential is no...
December 31, 2022
GCP Standalone NEG Load Balancer
Maximizing Google Cloud Load Balancer usages in Google Kubernetes Engine Clusters from mitigating impacts of load balancer replacements to building a global endpoint discovering a ...
August 29, 2022
Elasticsearch Disaster Recovery Mode
I bring you an experience of wiping out years of elasticsearch cluster data and how a restore was possible in play with elasticsearch builtin tools. You would admire how delicate a...
May 04, 2022
May The Pod Affinity Be With You
If there’s any resistance to adopt kubernetes, that'd be a reluctance to have storage dependent workloads. I’m myself concerned with this as well. When it comes to deal with persis...
March 07, 2022
Sanctifying Secrets (Part 3) - Isolating Policies
This time I’m going to talk about one killer AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service latest feature, IRSA which stands for IAM role and service account. This is aiming for leveling up sensi...
December 31, 2021
An AWS⚡️VPC Hands-On Experience
I want to share my learning about AWS VPC. In this writing, I’m covering a common use case of wiring up VPC vital components to build a working cloud infrastructure network.
December 24, 2021
Associating Multiple AWS Accounts For EC2 S3 Logging Integration With Fluentd
I’m going to talk about my impression of one of mesmerizing terrains in AWS identity management plateau. I was lucky to work on a job bootstraping an integration for forwarding an ...
October 23, 2021
Sanctifying Secrets (Part 2) - Federating Credential Life Cycle
This is the last piece of work I did for my previous employment and I'm glad of my involvement in this project which was sweetening my last working days there.
October 01, 2021
Sanctifying Secrets (Part 1) - Preserving Legitimacy
In this post, I'm talking about bringing secrets to kubernetes workloads.
August 22, 2021
Grokking Ansible and Terraform
This time I'm going to talk about ansible and terraform. I might be getting into a trouble by talking about these two. This writing is not a comparison. This writing is about my hu...
June 19, 2021
NAT Gateway, Fabricating a Networking Entanglement
This is not a physics article. The author just finds it fun to incorporate irrelevant subjects in the writing. The author also admits that he might be messing up with some words an...
April 24, 2021
Deceptive Approaches Which Led to 20% Infrastructure Cost Reduction
Hi everybody, this time I'm going to talk about several lessons learned from optimizing kubernetes workloads.
March 11, 2021
Fearlessly Running Tests on Production
I know this might sound like a barbarian insinuation to divine artisanal engineering best practices that have been laid out over the last 4 decades. But if there was a case you nee...
February 07, 2021
Placing Bets On Maintaining Application Longevity
This time I want to share my tears and joy of maintaining a golang bot application. We're going to talk about a gigantic refactoring, it's almost like a complete rewrite.
January 03, 2021
Python Cheat Sheet
Supercool python snippets that supercharge my productivity.