go · linux · ppc64le · s390x · x86_64

linux: configuring your Go development environment

Working daily with Docker and Kubernetes and several workloads written in GO is a very common task for me. Likewise, configuring a development environment on brand new VMs. To make this process easier, I wrote a simple script that automatically downloads and install the latest version of Go for Linux for x86_64, ppc64le and s390x… Continue reading linux: configuring your Go development environment

cloud · container · linux · power · ppc64le

ppc64le: Minio on Power

Minio is a high performance distributed object storage server, designed for large-scale private cloud infrastructure. Recently, while investigating alternatives to replace S3 on a Travis CI Enterprise setup I got Minio as an option. However, Minio wasn’t ported to Power, so my first step was to port it (which was very easy I would say).… Continue reading ppc64le: Minio on Power

ftp · linux

ftp: send files to a specific directory in a ftp server using lftp via command line

So, you have access to a given FTP server with the appropriated user/password and now you want to push some files to it directly via command line, using a bash scrip, via your CI service, etc. How could you do this using lftp? Easy! The first step is to install lftp in your environment, you… Continue reading ftp: send files to a specific directory in a ftp server using lftp via command line

linux · openstack

openstack: calculate for how long a server is running

Today I needed to collected the time between the creation of server and the current day. Given some activities that requires monitoring those servers, an automated approach is vital for optimizing the amount of time dedicating to it. As I couldn’t find an option that could give the result right away in the openstack-cli tool,… Continue reading openstack: calculate for how long a server is running