I’ve deployed Crowdsec, a collaborative Intrusion Prevention system, into my Kubernetes cluster using Ansible.
Continuing to deep dive into the world of automating a static website using Drone and Kubernetes
Ntfy is a platform for sending push notifications to your desktop or phone by simply using a PUT/POST HTTP request. In other words, it’s pub-sub. Clients publish to a topic and subscribers to the topic will be notified when something new is published. Simple and effective way to get your own push notifications. I’ve previously written how I use Ntfy with Tasker.
Vaultwarden is an implementation of the Bitwarden API in Rust. It’s fast, lightweight, secure, and compatible with the official Bitwarden clients. It’s perfect for self-hosting a password manager for your family and a few friends. I’ve run it for over two years and it is rock solid. I support Bitwarden as well by buying a personal subscription and recommend it to my clients for their enterprise password management needs.
The k3s cluster has now been initialized, but it’s not quite ready to deploy any applications. I need to deploy an ingress, storage, and a load balancer.
Using Ansible to install and initialize a highly available multi-master k3s cluster.
Back in April, I wrote a summary post about the project I had been working on to migrate to a new k3s cluster from the original Rancher Kubernetes cluster that I created in 2020. My intention was to continue that series and detail each part of that project. Unfortunately, I ran into some technical problems which meant that not only did the cluster get shutdown, but I didn’t have time to even look at it.
It’s been six months since my last update. Wow, I knew it had been some time, but that’s obviously way longer than I expected. I’ve had plenty to say and plenty of updates, but I was waiting for a specific event. Let’s take a step back so I can explain: Six months ago I ran into an issue where LDAP broke after a TLS certificate expired. It expired because it was not set up to renew automatically.