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A few days ago I came across the requierment to use the X-Forward-For HTTP header field to get the client IP. Looking at the documentation this looks quite easy. Just create a newtork profile and apply this profile during cluster creation.In the profile you need to the the x_forward_forparameter to insertinstead of the default replace. So I created the following profile:
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I’m getting more customer engagements with the requirement of air-gapped support for their Tanzu installation. Some of these customers are just starting out and don’t have their own container registry yet. Or in other cases, they don’t allow internet access even through proxies or jump boxes. My idea was to create a VM that would bring the tools and images needed to install the Tanzu packages in these air-gapped environments. The result contains:
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Overview In this multi-part series, we will install Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service with vSphere 7 and vSphere Networking. With the update of vSphere 7U2, the support for NSX Advanced Load Balancer (formally known as AVI) was added. I’ll be using the U3 update for vCenter. Disclaimer This is not an official VMware Guide. If you’re looking for that, please follow this guide. Below you find the corresponding YouTube video of me doing everything described in this article.
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Hi everybody, It has been a while since there was new content. A lot has changed in my life. Foremost, I’m married now with the love of my life and we have a son. We moved to a new home and all this happened during Covid times. A new job and acquisition happened. I’ll try to reboot the blog and the YouTube channel, but it will take time. I try to be more consistent with new content.
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In our fifth Docker Donnerstag(DoDo) Video we cover the introduction of Docker for Respberry PI 3. We start with a fresh install of Raspbian Jessi. We install Docker and afterwards create our on Java Docker image for ARM. For further information regarding the Docker support for ARM have a look at the hypriot blog. If you would like to submit your own idea for an upcoming Docker Donnerstag, send me a message on twitter.
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In this weeks episode of Docker Donnerstag(DoDo) we have a look at the Spring Framework and how to integrate a Spring application into Docker with Netbeans. In our previous DoDo YouTube Video we introduced the Docker integration in Netbeans. If you haven’t watched it have a look at it first. As we use the information as the foundation for this weeks video. If you would like to submit your own idea for an upcoming Docker Donnerstag, send me a message on twitter.