In an effort to get rid of a virtual machine on my hypervisor, I wanted to move my Minio instance to my Synology. Keeping the storage interface close to the storage container helps with latency and is, well, one less thing I have to worry about in my home lab. There are a few guides… Continue reading Installing Minio on a Synology Diskstation with Nginx SSL
Ubuntu and Docker…. Oh Snap!
A few months ago, I made the decision to start building my my .NET Core side projects from as Linux-based containers instead of Windows-based containers. These projects are mostly CRUD APIs, meaning none of them require the Windows based containers. And, quite frankly, Linux is cheaper…. Now, I had previously built out a few Ubuntu… Continue reading Ubuntu and Docker…. Oh Snap!
Windows docker containers for TeamCity Build Agents
I have been using TeamCity for a few years now, primarily as a build tool for some of our platforms at work. However, because I like to have a sandbox in which to play, I have been hosting an instance of TeamCity at home for roughly the same amount of time. At first, I went… Continue reading Windows docker containers for TeamCity Build Agents
Building and deploying container applications
On and off over the last few months, I have spent a considerable amount of time working to create a miniature version of what could be a production system at home. The goal, at least in this first phase, is to create an API which supports containerized deployment and a build and deploy pipeline to… Continue reading Building and deploying container applications
Polyglot v2 and Docker
Update: I was able to get this working on my Docker server. Check out the details here. Before you read through all of this: No, I have not been able to get the Polyglot v2 server working in Docker on my docker host (Ubuntu 18.04). I ended up following the instructions for installing on a… Continue reading Polyglot v2 and Docker
Let’s try this again.
Throughout my professional career and personal life, I have made several attempts at “resolutions” to blog more. I’ve gone through several iterations of software, including some home-grown solutions, then wordpress, then blogger/blogspot. I’m back to WordPress hosted on a small server here at home. The goal of this whole endeavor is to document some of… Continue reading Let’s try this again.