Kubectl output options
Let's look at some basic kubectl output options.
Our intention is to list nodes (with their AWS InstanceId) and Pods (sorted by node).
We can start with:
kubectl get no
Digital Ocean recently released private networking support in their NYC2 Data center.
They also published a blog post on how to setup a new droplet with private networking. But one thing the post doesn't do is tell you how to scale your private network for many boxes. One approach is obviously to edit /etc/hosts (but this gets annoying when you add a new box). A better way is to create an internal DNS zone (via the digital ocean web interface) and have your droplets use it:
By using Google Form's script editor, you can call Slack webhooks when form submissions are made. You can use this script to do things like creating a live feedback form for taking questions from an audience or notifying your team when someone signs up for an event.
First, be sure you're collecting the email address in the form: