With the surprising swap of Elasticsearch with Opensearch on AWS. Learn how the team at Buffer achieved secure access without AWS credentials.
At Buffer, we’re constantly experimenting with ways we can improve our products and try out new ideas. We recently launched Start Page, a beautiful, flexible, mobile-friendly landing page that you can build in minutes and update in seconds. As a Software Engineer on Buffer’s team I’ve tackled
Header Photo by Pearse O’Halloran on Unsplash For our Android clients we have a small component library which is used to shared common visual elements across the different Android applications that we work on. We recently updated our applications to the Material Components library, meaning that
Header Photo by Icons8 Team on Unsplash Modularizing your Android projects can bring a number of different advantages to your team. Some of these include reduced build times, a greater separation of concerns and the ability to reuse components throughout our applications. As we started to get more and more
Tainting and Labeling Kubernetes Nodes to Run Special Workload — A quick guide that is finally NOT confusing
All right folks, I intend to keep this one short and that’s what I will do. I mean, it’s supposed to be easy but the official documentation(1, 2) makes it unnecessarily confusing. So I think maybe I can help to fill in the gap. I will be
How to Set Kubernetes Resource Requests and Limits - A Saga to Improve Cluster Stability and Efficiency
A mysterySo, it all started on September 1st, right after our cluster upgrade from 1.11 to 1.12. Almost on the next day, we began to see alerts on kubelet reported by Datadog. On some days we would get a few (3 – 5) of them, other days we would