Before designing your next microservices architecture, consider this brilliant post by Andrei Taranchenko Death by a Thousand Microservices
While writing Tagging Asteroids with MongoDB I was able to quickly provision a cluster on the free tier of MongoDB Atlas. What I originally wanted was to quickly stand up a MongoDB instance in my Kubernetes environment but found most documentation too complex for my usecase. Just give me a MongoDB “dialtone” as quickly as possible without having to install the binaries on my system.
While working with Ansible for standing up a vanilla Kubernetes 1.25.5 cluster I found myself separating the the initial bootstrapping of the cluster, which includes intalling the CNI
antrea from the rest of the configuration (
contour) due to waiting for
antrea to become Ready.