Patching Kubernetes config

Deploying Sitecore (or anything else) in containers has been a big learning curve for me. Every so often I come across a new aspect of the whole business that I’ve not seen before. This week, another agency’s work showed me a new thing which might help with making changes to Kubernetes config. The approaches I’d seen to deployments involved pushing all of the Kubernetes config each time you want to release, but it turns out you may not need to do that… Continue reading

Waiting for Godot Kubernetes

I’ve been slowly improving the release process for the container-based project I’m working on. There’s a lot to learn about the ways to configure the Azure Devops pipelines for this work, because targeting Kubernetes is quite different from the old IaaS and PaaS approaches I was used to. Continue reading

Broken Unicorn synchronisation

Ever had a tool that works reliably suddenly not work? I had a problem like that recently, and it lead to some experimentation that I think I may need to come back to later. So this is mostly so I can remember what I was doing when I get back to this. But as we move toward a more “platform agnostic” with more use of .Net Core on Linux, maybe there’s something here that might help you too… Continue reading