An excerpt from Acing the Certified Kubernetes Administrator Exam by Chad Crowell
Are you interested in taking the CKA exam? It’s a big boon for your career and it isn’t exactly cheap, so you need to be prepared.
Read on to see how this book can help you prepare.
An excerpt from Patterns and Practices for Infrastructure as Code
By Rosemary Wang
This article discusses testing strategies for infrastructure.
Read it if you’re a sysadmin or software engineer familiar with Python, the basics of provisioning tools like Terraform, and public cloud providers such as Google Cloud Platform that wants to learn more about how to test infrastructure.
An excerpt from Infrastructure as Code, Patterns and Practices
By Rosemary Wang
This article discusses how to apply dependency injection to infrastructure to isolate and minimize resource dependencies.
Read it if you’re a sysadmin or software engineer familiar with Python, the basics of provisioning tools like Terraform, and public cloud providers such as Google Cloud Platform that wants to get a better grasp on DI for infrastructure.
From Continuous Delivery with Kubernetes by Mauricio Salatino
This article discusses using Crossplane to provision real infrastructure in a declarative way.
In case you missed it, here is Jacques Chester’s live Twitch coding stream recap. For more, check out the book: Knative in Action. For more live coding streams, subscribe to Manning’s Twitch channel here: https://www.twitch.tv/manningpublications
From Azure Infrastructure as Code by Henry Been, Eduard Keilholz, and Erwin Staal
This is an excerpt from chapter 6, which starts with introducing the Bicep language, a new and improved IaC language for a Azure. This snippet is the next section of the chapter, which lists the benefits of Bicep over ARM Templates.
Let’s jump into using Bicep templates to improve ARM template syntax!