Install AWS CodeDeploy Agent on Linux

Uncategorized
| Nov 25, 2019
AWS CodeDeploy Agent is the agent that runs deploy jobs on EC2 instances. Before a CodeDeploy job will run you’ll need to make sure the agent is installed, running, and has the correct IAM permissions to execute. Installation is straight forward on Linux and will have your agent up and running in no time. The

Script To Install AWS CodeDeploy Agent on Linux

Uncategorized
| Nov 25, 2019
Here is the script for installing the AWS CodeDeploy agent on Ubuntu. See the full description here.

Storj Storage Node Docker-Compose file

Uncategorized
| Oct 9, 2019
Storj V3 is now in BETA and recruiting Storage Node operators. Since V3 of Storj, Docker is used exclusively to wrap up creating a new Storage Node into a simple, manageable container. You’ll need to see the official docs for creating your identity certificates, but when it comes to creating your docker environment it couldn’t

Apache Traffic Server (ATS) Returning 403 For DELETE HTTP Requests

Uncategorized
| Oct 2, 2019
Here is a quick snippet which solves an issue I ran into today. I’ve recently set up Apache Traffic Server to reverse proxy requests to various Docker containers. It all works great and runs itself in Docker. One thing, however, with a default install of Apache Traffic Server is that it doesn’t allow DELETE HTTP

Mysql Data Types and Sizes for String/ Text

Uncategorized
| Oct 2, 2019
MySQL or MariaDB has several data types for handling text-based characters. There are several data types for handling smaller strings such as CHAR and VARCHAR data types. For larger text-based strings there are BLOB based data types such as TEXT. It’s worth noting at this point that the below-quoted sizes do not necessarily represent the

Docker Compose yml for Gitlab and Gitlab Runner

Uncategorized
| Sep 26, 2019
Create a new directory and save the above file inside it as docker-compose.yml. You’ll need to replace the field hostname with the external URL that you’ll use to access your Gitlab instance. Run docker-compose up -d to fetch the images from the docker hub and create your Gitlab instance. You’ll be able to access Gitlab

Dockerfile for Apache Traffic Server (ATS)

Uncategorized
| Sep 25, 2019
Apache Traffic Server is an enterprise-grade proxy and caching server initially developed by Yahoo, then later made open source and managed by the Apache Foundation. The below code is a Dockerfile that will download and build ATS on the latest Ubuntu base image. Currently, we’re using Apache Traffic Server version 8.0.5, but if you’d like

Install Docker-Compose

Uncategorized
| Sep 23, 2019
Docker-compose is a utility used to create and manage multiple Docker containers together to form a service. It relies on Docker being installed on the same host so make sure that Docker is installed on your system beforehand. Once you have docker installed and tested you’re ready to begin. It’s worth noting that docker-compose is

How to test your Docker install is working

Uncategorized
| Sep 23, 2019
Testing Docker, thankfully is one of the easiest things you can do – something you’d expect from Docker. With a simple one-liner you can test if your docker instance can reach the central repository, download images and run the image on the local machine. If you haven’t installed Docker yet, see the installing Docker blog

Docker Compose yml for WordPress

Uncategorized
| Sep 6, 2019
Create a new directory and save the above file inside it as docker-compose.yml Run docker-compose up -d to fetch the images from the docker hub and create your wordpress instance. You’ll be able to access wordpress from a browser on port 8000.