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maxvt / infra-secret-management-overview.md
Last active Nov 3, 2020
Infrastructure Secret Management Software Overview
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Currently, there is an explosion of tools that aim to manage secrets for automated, cloud native infrastructure management. Daniel Somerfield did some work classifying the various approaches, but (as far as I know) no one has made a recent effort to summarize the various tools.

This is an attempt to give a quick overview of what can be found out there. The list is alphabetical. There will be tools that are missing, and some of the facts might be wrong--I welcome your corrections. For the purpose, I can be reached via @maxvt on Twitter, or just leave me a comment here.

There is a companion feature matrix of various tools. Comments are welcome in the same manner.

@stephen-puiszis
stephen-puiszis / elasticsearch-cheatsheet.txt
Last active Oct 12, 2020
Elasticsearch Cheatsheet - An Overview of Commonly Used Elasticsearch API Endpoints and What They Do
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# Elasticsearch Cheatsheet - an overview of commonly used Elasticsearch API commands
# cat paths
/_cat/allocation
/_cat/shards
/_cat/shards/{index}
/_cat/master
/_cat/nodes
/_cat/indices
/_cat/indices/{index}
@myusuf3
myusuf3 / delete_git_submodule.md
Created Nov 3, 2014
How effectively delete a git submodule.
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To remove a submodule you need to:

  • Delete the relevant section from the .gitmodules file.
  • Stage the .gitmodules changes git add .gitmodules
  • Delete the relevant section from .git/config.
  • Run git rm --cached path_to_submodule (no trailing slash).
  • Run rm -rf .git/modules/path_to_submodule (no trailing slash).
  • Commit git commit -m "Removed submodule "
  • Delete the now untracked submodule files rm -rf path_to_submodule
@anthonysterling
anthonysterling / Vagrantfile
Last active Apr 29, 2020
Handy Vagrantfile for IE testing with Vagrant.
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# Usage: IE={box} vagrant up
#
# Eg. IE=XPIE6 vagrant up
boxes = {
"XPIE6" => "http://aka.ms/vagrant-xp-ie6",
"XPIE8" => "http://aka.ms/vagrant-xp-ie8",
"VistaIE7" => "http://aka.ms/vagrant-vista-ie7",
"Win7IE8" => "http://aka.ms/vagrant-win7-ie8",
"Win7IE9" => "http://aka.ms/vagrant-win7-ie9",
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# Based on https://gist.github.com/fernandoaleman/5083680
# Start the old vagrant
$ vagrant init ubuntu_saucy
$ vagrant up
# You should see a message like:
# [default] The guest additions on this VM do not match the install version of
# VirtualBox! This may cause things such as forwarded ports, shared
# folders, and more to not work properly. If any of those things fail on
@marktheunissen
marktheunissen / pedantically_commented_playbook.yml
Last active Nov 12, 2020 — forked from phred/pedantically_commented_playbook.yml
Insanely complete Ansible playbook, showing off all the options
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This playbook has been removed as it is now very outdated.
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