Using ejson to store secrets for Terraform

I’ve been using Terraform to provision and configure some application deployed on Heroku, as well as some other infrastructure pieces on AWS. Since these configurations are kept on a git repository, I do not want any configuration values stored in clear text, to avoid having any sensitive information leaked ...

Local development with Kubernetes

Lately I’ve been working with Kubernetes in order to provide a self-service deployment platform. This ranges from setting up a production-ready cluster, to figuring out how to fit it in a development workflow.

Although it’s getting easier, cheaper and faster to use cloud-provisioned environments for development, it can ...

Ansible Tips: Testing roles using Vagrant and TravisCI

It’s very useful to keep your roles on TravisCI or other publicly available CI system: it enables you to verify that your commits and other contributions to your role don’t break it.

On the other hand, it’s a little tedious to be constantly waiting for the CI ...