Arthur Busser

Arthur Busser

Arthur is a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) at Padok. He is passionate about distributed systems, containers, writing code, and solving hard problems.

Beautiful Makefile help messages with awk

Beautiful Makefile help messages with awk

Prettier Makefiles are not only nice for the eyes, but also a great use case for awk.

The most important changes in Kubernetes 1.24 and why they matter

The most important changes in Kubernetes 1.24 and why they matter

This article is a recap on the updates that come with the release of Kubernetes 1.24, the first release of 2022: learn about the importance of the different changes.

Kubernetes 1.23: the 6 most important newest features!

Kubernetes 1.23: the 6 most important newest features!

Kubernetes 1.23 is the last release of 2021. Here is a quick recap to get you up to speed on the most important updates to the popular container orchestrator.

Why you shouldn't use localhost when developing locally

Why you shouldn't use localhost when developing locally

Was my service listening on port 8080 or 8081? I forgot. Running multiple services locally should not require memorizing an ever-growing list of ports.

Getting started with kubectl plugins

Getting started with kubectl plugins

Add new commands and give your productivity a boost when operating K8s clusters by extending kubectl’s capabilities with community-supported plugins.

AWS profiles: how to simplify complex authentication?

AWS profiles: how to simplify complex authentication?

AWS profiles allow you to abstract away complex mechanisms like multi-factor authentication or chained role assumptions so they don’t show up in your code

GitHub Actions: concepts and tutorial

GitHub Actions: concepts and tutorial

GitHub Actions is a task automation system fully integrated with GitHub. Learn essential concepts and follow our hands-on GitHub Actions tutorial.

From Docker to OCI: What is a container?

From Docker to OCI: What is a container?

Containers are a new way to package software. Docker's image format OCI has become standard, but Kubernetes can use many different container runtimes.