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Triggering Tekton Pipelines for only specific branches

Tekton is a fantastic open source cloud native pipeline system, delivered and supported by Red Hat as OpenShift Pipelines on the OpenShift platform. Pipelines may be triggered by various actions on a Git repository via the webhook process. Many different actions will take place on a Git repository, such as pushing commits, creation and merge […]

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Extending kube-linter To Build A Custom Template

Over the past few years, I have taken a keen interest in DevSecOps and software supply chain security in the Kubernetes space. One area that I have looked at from multiple tools is how to automate security practices and policies based on the resources being deployed. These investigations have led me to write multiple blogs […]

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A Complete Beginner’s Introduction to Tekton….

It’s a sign you’re getting old in this industry when the flow of new projects/tech seems overwhelming. Hell, I still think JSF is new and no-one should mess about with JSP or STRUTS. So I find the deluge of new terminology and ways of thinking sometimes hard to deal with. So I’m going to write […]

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Art as Software, Software as Art

I’ve been working on some techie posts and it struck me that I never write any of the posts that would be called ‘soft skill’ posts. I focus on the tech because I love the tech, but I was doing an internal interview last week and the interviewee said something that rekindled thoughts I had […]

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Back to Basics: OpenShift Projects

In between playing (cough) with the new technologies that are emerging I have a day job involved with enthusing to people about using OpenShift, and other Open Source technologies via Red Hat. In the last week or so I’ve dealt with three customers who have had some little issues that were solvable just by playing […]

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Quarkus and Kube, a match made in heaven…

I love OpenShift. There, said it. It appeals to my inner geek, the combination of sleek UI and the ability to just create stuff, as opposed to fumbling around for dev kit and all that infrastructure ‘fun’. I like the nature of Kubernetes; I preach about the object model over-enthusiastically to any customer/techie that will […]