Deploy a Nanobus Web Server

After Trying Out Nanobus, I figured it was time to go a little deeper and try to deploy a Nanobus web server. As noted in my previous post, I hadn’t setup any transports for my hello world instance so I couldn’t interact with it when deployed as a container. I also realized that a nanobus/nanobus … Read more

Successfully Deploying a Static WordPress Site

If you’ve followed my previous posts, you’ll see that I’ve spent some time attempting to build my blog on WordPress and then finally make it static. This had resulted in lots of custom code and even more failed attempts to get things to publish correctly. I’ve finally been successful in building out my site with … Read more

Adding pre-commit Hooks to Python Repo

Writing code can be tough and writing clean code can be even more difficult some times. When you get on a roll and put together highly functional and imaginative code, it might not always look the greatest. Also, when crunched for time, it can be very difficult to go back over the code and attempt … Read more

Using Github Actions To Test Before You Deploy

I’ve been using DigitalOcean for quite some time now and had recently setup their App Platform to run my website. Their platform is great in that I’m able to build a docker container running Openresty and it handles all of my needs. The platform does a great job of catching docker build failures and stops … Read more

Deploying a Sample PostgreSQL Database

Now that I’m beginning to use Github to manage my Kubernetes cluster as shown in my previous article Making The Leap Into Devops, it’s time to start bringing over some of my sample systems for testing. This article shows how to make use of Bitnami’s PostgreSQL helm chart to deploy a sample PostgreSQL database in … Read more

Making the Leap into DevOps

It is time for me to quit managing all of my Kubernetes configurations on a random number of servers and Git repos. Sadly, my usage of the Git repos has ONLY been used to perform backups of my code and not used as a way to manage configuration changes. I have been running in DigitalOcean’s … Read more

Automating Static WordPress Updates

In my previous post, Building a Static WordPress, I setup my Nginx sitting in front of WordPress to load static content from a private repo. This is great but could become tedious long term. Most notably, this becomes challenging as you begin to post more content. Each time content is posted, we need to fetch … Read more

Building a Static WordPress

Now that I have Nginx in Front of WordPress, I thought the next logic step was to try and hide my WordPress even more. What exactly would this mean? In my mind, I figured that I would restrict access to all of the backend functions of my WordPress site to just my IP Addresses. From … Read more

Automatically Rebuild Image on Docker Hub

This post focuses on me being lazy. In the previous post, I talked about building a custom image and posting it to the Docker Hub. I have also talked about creating a Git repo and storing everything in it thus far. What if we could make a commit rebuild our image for us? As luck … Read more