Database comparison within AWS,Azure,GCP

July 21, 2021 · 0 min · Oleksandr Kulbida

Aws vs Elasticsearch licensing

Recent elasticsearch licensing change ensures that the Beats modules are sending data to an officially supported versions of Elasticsearch and Kibana where Elastic can attest to the quality and scale of the products. Does AWS have any plans to fork a version filebeat? What are the alternatives? Host elasticsearch on EC2 instances, why not? CloudWatch, slow… Kubernetes options like ECK or helm chart deployments…tricky for production usage Loki?...

July 7, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida

AWS removes NAT Gateway’s dependence on Internet Gateway for Private communications

You can now launch NAT Gateways in your VPC without associating an internet gateway to your VPC. Internet Gateway is required to provide internet access to the NAT Gateway. However, some customers use their NAT Gateways with Transit Gateway or virtual private gateway to communicate privately with other VPCs or on-premises environments and thus, do not need an internet gateway attached to their VPCs. More details:

June 17, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida

What’s new in Grafana v8.0

What’s new in Grafana v8.0 Grafana includes built-in support for Prometheus Alertmanager. Once you add it as a data source, you can use the Grafana alerting UI to manage silences, contact points as well as notification policies. A drop down option in these pages allows you to switch between Grafana and any configured Alertmanager data sources. Prometheus metrics browser More details:

June 8, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida

AWS Load Balancer Controller version 2.2 now available with support for NLB instance targeting

May 24, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida

Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Introduces Predictive Scaling as a Native Scaling Policy

Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling now natively supports Predictive Scaling so you can proactively scale out your Auto Scaling group to be ready for upcoming demand. Predictive Scaling can help you avoid the need to over-provision capacity, resulting in lower EC2 cost, while ensuring your application’s responsiveness. (Previously, Predictive Scaling was only available via AWS Auto Scaling Plans.)

May 24, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida

EKS Add-Ons Now Supports CoreDNS and kube-proxy

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) now supports using the Amazon EKS console, CLI, and API to install and manage CoreDNS and kube-proxy in addition to existing support for the Amazon VPC CNI networking plugin.

May 24, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida
kubecon 2021


Full list of videos from KubeCon 2021 Europe

May 15, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida
AWS CloudFront functions

AWS CloudFront functions

AWS CloudFront functions is a nice alternative to Lambda@Edge

May 7, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida

EC2 root volume replacing

Amazon EC2 enables you to replace the root EBS volume for a running instance Limitations: You can’t replace the root volume if it is an instance store volume. You can’t replace the root volume for metal instances. More details:

April 30, 2021 · 1 min · Oleksandr Kulbida