I’m Lisa, a member on the Developer Education team, and I’m excited about sharing knowledge throughout the developer community. Today’s roundup includes DNS management, speeding up Docker workflows, canary deployments with Istio and Kubernetes, and more!
We’ll begin with our featured posts from the past week on the DigitalOcean Community:
Jamie Scaife with editor Kathryn Hancox walk you through using DNSControl to eliminate many of the pain points of manual DNS management. This tutorial was published through our Write for DOnations program, with funding going to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
This tutorial, written by Kamal Nasser and edited by Brian P. Hogan, helps you get your work done faster by demonstrating how to offload Docker tasks to a remote server so your local machine doesn’t have to do the heavy lifting.
If you would like to build out canary deployments with Istio and Kubernetes, you can learn how to do so through reading this tutorial by Kathleen Juell. This article will guide you through creating a canary deployment of a demo Node.js application, providing you with a basis for your own work.
The DigitalOcean Community Questions section of our Community site is a space for you to ask a development question or provide an answer for others. Here are some questions on the minds of members of the community from the past week.
- How can one Droplet access another and write files?
- Another domain is pointing to my IP address and mirroring my website
If you would like to learn more around cloud infrastructure or software development, or if you need help with troubleshooting, ask a question.
monty5811 shared a quick tutorial on how to create expiring links to an object on DigitalOcean Spaces with Django.
David Emily provides a gentle introduction to remote servers with DigitalOcean Droplets in this server setup guide.
Adam A. G. Shamblin describes how he installed Kong with Ingress on DigitalOcean Kubernetes in order to evaluate API gateway platforms in his guide Installing Kong w/ Ingress on Kubernetes in DigitalOcean.
Elliot Forbes created a video walkthrough of his DigitalOcean tutorial, How to Deploy a Resilient Go Application to Kubernetes on DigitalOcean.
Anxiety Tech 2019 is a mental health conference for the tech industry taking place in New York City in August. Join DigitalOcean’s own Frédéric Harper to learn more about the intersections of mental health and tech and how to advocate for more mental health awareness at work.
Frontend developer Ananya Neogi recently highlighted some of the amazing things that pure HTML can do. Learn more about the unsung markup language by following along:
Happy hacking, and see you all next week!