Kubernetes Cluster Federation
There's active work on a standard called kubefed  that is being worked on.
> I want a scale-to-zero node-pool in every region, and one kube master api for the world.
Personally, I'd generalize this to: "I want to describe the reliability requirements and configuration for my software and have an automated system solve for where, how many, when, and how to route to it"
I want to have something where I can say "I need to have high availability, lowest latency, and X GB of RAM and Y cores" and have a system automatically schedule me wherever compute is cheapest while also intelligently routing traffic to my servers based on client origins.
Rules for building and handling Docker images with Bazel
There's some BazelCon talks about people doing similar stuff but not actually open sourcing their code.
P.S. if you use rules_docker please feel free to open a PR to add your company to our README: https://github.com/bazelbuild/rules_docker/#adopters
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Official Mixpanel Python library.
Off-topic, I know… but why did you guys disable SSL cert verification by default in your python client recently?
You also did it in a way that ignores all insecure cert warnings: https://github.com/mixpanel/mixpanel-python/pull/102
That seems negligent to me.
Is a 25MB hard size limit on K8s container image size reasonable?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 25 Nov 2021
Build images within another Docker container
4 projects | reddit.com/r/docker | 4 Oct 2021
How to use docker-compose, volumes, networks, and more
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Drobox? Where do i type my password?
1 project | reddit.com/r/unRAID | 15 Apr 2021
Is this the ultimate self-hosting setup? I think so...
12 projects | dev.to | 24 Mar 2021