Kubernetes 1.9: Apps Workloads GA and Expanded Ecosystem

We’re pleased to announce the delivery of Kubernetes 1.9, our fourth and final release this year. Today’s release continues the evolution of an increasingly rich feature set, more robust stability, and even greater community contributions. As the fourth release of the year, it gives us an opportunity to look back at the progress made in key areas. Particularly notable is the advancement of the Apps Workloads API to stable. This removes any reservations potential adopters might have had about the functional stability required to run mission-critical workloads. Another big milestone is the beta release of Windows support, which opens the door for many Windows-specific applications and workloads to run in Kubernetes, significantly expanding the implementation scenarios and enterprise readiness of Kubernetes.

Workloads API GA
We’re excited to announce General Availability (GA) of the apps/v1 Workloads API, which is now enabled by default. The Apps Workloads API groups the DaemonSet, Deployment, ReplicaSet, and


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Show HN: Encrypt your home-lab server disks using AWS Key Management Service

README.md

Let’s you encrypt on-premise disks and securely store the keys in DynamoDB
using KMS.
Design
kms-cryptsetup can be used on stateless systems like CoreOS or Intel Clear
Linux.
It uses SMBIOS IDs and disk serial numbers to uniquely identify computers
and disks and retrieve encryption keys from DynamoDB, which are in turn
encrypted using the AWS Key Management Service.
Each computer has an IAM user account with fine grained access control to
their key prefix in DynamoDB.
You also provide individual grants to each computer to decrypt records in
DynamoDB. These can be revoked and reinstated at any time, and provide an
alternative to using hardware devices like TPMs or Yubikeys which could
potentially be physically stolen together with the hard disk.
Setup
AWS_REGION= ./kms-cryptsetup # lists available commands

Create the DynamoDB table
kms-cryptsetup uses a DynamoDB table called kms-cryptsetup to store keys.
Create this using:
AWS_REGION= ./kms-cryptsetup create-table

Grant the computer access
Install/copy kms-cryptsetup to the target computer and run:
AWS_REGION= ./kms-cryptsetup computer-context

which should print something like:
supermicrozaaaaaaaa000000000000000000000aaaaaaaaaa

This


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How to Install Discourse Forum with Nginx on CentOS 7

Discourse is a free and open source software for creating Internet forum community and mailing list. In this tutorial, we will show you step-by-step, how to install and configure Discourse Forum with Nginx Web server under the CentOS 7 server.


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