There is a lot going on the the title of this post and there has been a lot of talk lately about the Internet of Things. I have always had a fascination with
Creating a GIF from QuickTime Screen Recording in macOS
One of the initial features I wanted was some way for the home and I to communicate. The Google Home seemed to allow bi-directional communication in the sense that I could speak commands and it could be a speaker to broadcast notifications or report other home metrics or SIRENS.
Lately I've been on a ancient history kick and while daydreaming about visiting Egypt in person I was curious to find out that only small percentage of hieroglyphics have been translated.
I realized the cluster was using the maximum number of worker nodes (NodeAutoScalingGroupMaxSize) specified in the CloudFormation template. After contacting support they informed me there is a setting in the template to control the desired capacity (DesiredCapacity).
I had the hardest time finding examples of how to connect to MongoDB via the command line and via a connection string in code. So I've compiled some helpful MongoDB commands here. For creating a database, creating a user, and connecting to the database.
While building an app for work I ran into a scenario that required a drop down box that is searchable and since we are using reactjs with material-ui, redux, and redux-form I have
In a previous post I discussed how to view and change the configuration context that kubectl is currently using. In this post I'll be going over how to create two new context configurations
Download the AWS RDS Certificate Bundle https://s3.amazonaws.com/rds-downloads/rds-combined-ca-bundle.pem Install KeyStore Explorer After installing you will need to run KeyStore Explorer as root or run as administrator on Windows.
TLDR; Here is my Dockerfile FROM openjdk:8-jdk MAINTAINER Brayton # create a temp dir in which to work RUN OLDDIR="$PWD" RUN mkdir /tmp/rds-ca && cd /tmp/rds-ca # download
After getting my blog running using Google Cloud Platform cloud launcher option with the Bitnami Ghost prebuilt image I noticed the URL in my browser shows the IP address of the VM instead
Recently, I setup a new Kubernetes environment and ran into the scenario of needing to switch between multiple kubernetes (k8s) environments. To manage a k8s environment you must use the kubectl command and