Nishi Davidson

Nishi Davidson
VP Product & Solutions Kubernetes SIG-AWS CoChair
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Continuous Delivery with GitLab and Pulumi on Amazon EKS

Posted by Nishi Davidson on May 22, 2019 2:00:00 AM

In this blog, we will work through an example that shows how to use Pulumi to enable GitLab-based continuous delivery with your Kubernetes workloads on Amazon EKS. This integration will work just as seamlessly for any Kubernetes cluster, including Azure AKS or Google GKE, using the relevant Pulumi libraries for Azure and Google.

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Topics: AWS, Kubernetes, CICD

Create AKS Clusters with monitoring and logging using Pulumi-Azure open source SDKs

Posted by Nishi Davidson on May 8, 2019 4:13:24 PM

   

Pulumi-Azure open source package can be used to create Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) clusters with AD service principals tied to the cluster. Monitoring and logging can also be enabled by default in simple steps with Pulumi for core AKS components. This article will show you how to write this as a simple example using Pulumi SDKs.

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Topics: Kubernetes, Azure

Simplify Kubernetes RBAC in Amazon EKS with open source Pulumi packages

Posted by Nishi Davidson on Apr 25, 2019 2:15:00 PM
One of the most common areas Kubernetes operators struggle with in production involves creating and managing role-based access control (RBAC). This is so daunting that RBAC is often not implemented, or implemented halfway, or the configuration becomes impossible to maintain. In this post, we will contrast the traditional way of working with RBAC on EKS with using Pulumi — Pulumi makes RBAC on Kubernetes so easy that you’ll never create an insecure cluster again!
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Topics: AWS, Kubernetes, TypeScript, EKS