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Running Kubernetes locally on a Mac with k3d

Kubernetes has become the de-facto standard platform for deploying applications in a lot of companies.

As software engineers, even if we’re not directly involved in operations, chances are pretty good that we’ll need to interact with Kubernetes in one way or another.

And nothing gives use feedback as quickly as testing changes locally, so when we want to optimize our application deployment to work on Kubernetes we’ll want to have a Kubernetes cluster locally.

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Setting up a WireGuard VPN using Kubernetes

In a previous article I described how to set up a VPN using WireGuard on a dedicated EC2 instance at AWS.

If you happen to run a Kubernetes cluster then the configuration becomes even simpler, as we don’t have to set up a dedicated EC2 instance but can build upon the infrastructure provided by Kubernetes.

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Accessing a GitHub repository within Kubernetes via a sidecar container

To separate our services and the data our service operates on we use separate GitHub repositories as storage. This article will demonstrate how we make sure that our operational services always have the latest data available.

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