17 Apr 2018 Go testing tricks
This post contains some feedback about how to write tests in Go.
09 Apr 2018 The Go awesomeness
After 1 year writing go every day at work this is why I like to work with it.
04 Apr 2018 Observability according to me
Prometheus, InfluxDB, TimescaleDB, Cassandra and all the time series databases that show up every week is a clear sign that now we need more than just a way to store metrics. I think is now clear that collecting more metrics is the point. More data is not directly related to a deeper understanding of our system.
29 Mar 2018 I don't give a shit about testing
This is all about how I approach testing in development. TDD, DDD, unit test, integration test. It should make my development faster and my code easy to maintain. We have a lot of different techniques because we need to be good on picking the right one.
27 Mar 2018 Review book Database Reliability Engineer
Review Book Database Reliability Engineer. Author Laine Campbell and Chairty Major. Published by O'Reilly
21 Mar 2018 How to use a Forwarding Proxy with golang
Cloud, Docker, Kubernetes make your environment extremely dynamic, it has a lot of advantages but it adds another layer of complexity. This article is about forward proxy and golang. How to configure your http Client to use an http, https forward proxy for your golang application to increase security, scalability and to have a set of public ips for outbound traffic.
17 Mar 2018 The abstract manifesto
Often looking at the code I spot a lot of places where it looks too complicated. Disappointment is the feeling that I get reading classes with weird names or chain of abstractions or interfaces used only one time. Abstraction is often the reason for all my sadness.
15 Mar 2018 Review book Site Reliability Engineering
A review about Site Reliability Engineering a book published by O'Reilly about Google and it's massive scale from the point of view of the engineers that made that scale possible. Distributed system, microservices and data driven development.
Distributed tracing is a fast growing concept. We increased the distributions for our applications and the consequence is a different complexity to monitor and understand what is going on across regions and applications (microservices). With this article I share something about what tracing is and my experience with opentracing and opencensus.
09 Feb 2018 The right balance
My daily job as a developer is to find the right balance about everything. I would like to share what I think about this topic because the decisions that you take writing a system are the result of the software itself. So you should care about them.
19 Dec 2017 Kubernetes up and running
Kubernetes up and running review.
17 Dec 2017 Desk setup
20 Oct 2017 From Docker to Moby
10 Oct 2017 Git git git, but better
Doesn't matter for how much time you are using git or any version control system, you always have something to learn abut them. Not about the actual interface but about the right mindset.
Orbiter is a project written in go. It is an autoscaler for Docker containers. In particular it works with Docker Swarm. It provides autoscaling capabilities for your services.
03 Aug 2017 Asus universal dock station driver
Every developer loves to speak about its setup. I am here to share my trouble with my new laptop. Asus Zenbook 3.
05 Jun 2017 CNCF Italy, first event about opentracing
CNCF is a branch of The Linux Foundation focused on Cloud Computing and modern scalable architectures. it's supporting tools like Kubernetes, Prometheus, containerd and so on. If you are using one of them or you are looking to know more about them, this is your meetup. Join us! hashtag CNCFItaly on twitter.
05 Jun 2017 Container security and immutability
Docker, container and immutability. Have an immutable system has advantages not only from deploy, release and scalability point of view but also from security side. Deploy and build a new release quickly and high frequency improve the way you trust your provisioning system. Have the old environment still running and ready to be rolled back is another good point.
22 Apr 2017 Orbiter an OSS Docker Swarm Autoscaler
Orbiter is an open source project design to become a cross provider autoscaler. At the moment it works like Zero Configuration Autoscaler for Docker Swarm. It also has a basic implementation to autoscale Digitalocean. This project is designed with InfluxData a company that provides OSS solution like InfluxDB, Kapacitor and Telegraf. We are going to use all this tools to create an autoscaling policy for your Docker Swarm services.
18 Apr 2017 LinuxKit operating system built for container
LinuxKit is a new tool presented during the DockerCon 2017 built by Docker to manage cross architecture and cross kernel testing. LinuxKit is a secure, portable and lean operating system built for containers. It supports different hypervisor as MacOS hyper or QEMU to run testsuite on different architectures. In this article I am showing you some basic concept above this tool. How it works and why it can be useful.
12 Mar 2017 Containers why we are here
Cloud computing, containers, devops, everything is moving so fast that sometime for big companies or CTO is very hard keep track of everything. What it's just a new trend and what I really need. This post contains my options and a bit of history about docker, cloud computing, aws and containers.
28 Dec 2016 About your images, security tips
Everything unnecessary in your system could be a very stupid vulnerability. We already spoke about this idea in the capability chapter and the same rule exists when we build an image. Having tiny images with only what our application needs to run is not just a goal in terms of distribution but also in terms of cost of maintenance and security.
Build and Run containers is important but ship them out of your laptop is the best part! A Registry is used to store and manage your images and all your layers. You can use a storage to upload and download them across your servers and to share them with your colleagues.
Bad and good practice when you setup a continuous integration job. Silent checks are not a good practice but analyze your code is the perfect way to understand how your codebase is evolving.
15 Nov 2016 Docker Bench Security
Container security is a hot topic because today containers are everywhere also in production. It means that we need to trust this technology and start to think about best practices and tools to make our container environment safe.
10 Nov 2016 Chef Server startup notes
This tutorial explain how to setup a chef server on digitalocean from zero. It also shows how to use it to make a provisioning of one Chef Client. Chef is one of the most used provisioning tool. DevOps tool to apply infrastructure as code.
25 Aug 2016 Docker The fundamentals
Docker The fundamental is the second chapter of my book Scale Docker. Drive your boat like a captain. I decided to share free the second chapter of the book. It covers getting started with Docker. It's a good tutorial for people that are no idea about how container means and how docker works.
25 Aug 2016 Be smart like your healthcheck
In a distributed system environment has a simple way to know the status of your server help you do understand if it's ready to go in production. HealthCheck is simple and common but design a good one can help you do avoid strange behaviors. Docker 1.12 supports healthcheck and we in this blog I share an example of implementation.
25 Aug 2016 Build opinions to become wise
As a Software Engineer you need to build your own opinions about different topics like: linux or window? Editor or IDE? Containers or VM? There are different developers just for this reason. Make, share and change your opinions is the best way to grow. Not only like developer but also like human.
Docker 1.12 contains a lot of news about orchestration and production. During August Docker Meetup in Dublin I presented with a demo a set of new features around this new release.
14 Aug 2016 “Microservices and common parts"
When you think about microservices and distributed system there are a lot of parts that usually all your services require. Logging, monitoring, testing, distribution. Manage them in the best way it's one of the reason of success for your distributed system. In this article I shared few of this parts with some feedback to design them in a good way.
12 Jul 2016 What Distributed System means
I will speak about service discovery, micro services, container, virtual machines, schedulers, cloud, scalability and latency I hope to have, at the end of this experience a good number of posts in order to share what I know and how I work and approach this kind of challenges.
02 Jul 2016 Symfony and InfluxDB to monitor PHP application
How monitoring your Symfony and PHP applications with InfluxDB.
20 Jun 2016 Docker 1.12 orchestration built-in
Docker 1.12 adds different new features around orchestration, scaling and deployment, in this article I am happy to share some tests I did with this version
24 Apr 2016 A little bit of refactoring
Strategy to refactoring your code. Tricks about performance from PHPKonf Istanbul Conference.
A little overview about Jenkins 2 but the main topic of the article is about how run docker inside docker to start a continuous integration system inside a container
25 Mar 2016 Happy docker's birthday and thanks
Just a post to say thanks docker for your awesome community and happy birthday!
21 Feb 2016 Some days of work vs Jenkins CI
I love Jenkins CI is a beautiful and stable project to run job and manage continuous integration and deploy pipeline, few days ago I worked to improve the delivery pipeline in CurrencyFair and I started to do some thought about this topic, here my internal battle vs Jenkins CI
21 Feb 2016 ChatOps create your IRC bot in Go
ChatOps is a strong topic it is growing day by day because now with the IaaS are allowed a new way to manage your infrastacture provide for you an API layer. You can implement it to create your automation layer. A pretty bot is a good assistence
18 Feb 2016 InfluxDB PHP 1.3.0 is ready to go
InfluxDB is a time series database, it helps us to manage matrics, point and offert a stack of tools to collect and see this type of data. I am a maintainer of InfluxDB PHP integration. In this past I describe the news provided by new relesae 1.3.0
14 Dec 2015 Swarm scales docker for free
Docker is an awesome tool to manage your container. Swarm helps you to scale your containers on more servers.
14 Dec 2015 Docker and wordpress for a better world
Docker and wordpress to guarantee scalability, flexibilty and isolation. A lot of webagencies install all wordpress in the same server but how can they manage a disaster? AWS with Elastic Container Service could be a more professional solution.
01 Nov 2015 FastEventManager, only an event manager
FastEventManager is a PHP library designed to be a smart and light event manager. You can use it in your applications or as a base component for your framework. It adds capabilities around events as attach and triggering of events.
27 Oct 2015 Penny PHP framework made of components
Penny a PHP framework made of components, write your microframework made of symfony, zend framework and other components.
15 Sep 2015 vim composer 0.3.0 is ready
vim-composer is a plugin to manage integration between composer and vim
Build your stagin environment on demand with AWS Cloudformation
21 May 2015 Build your Zend Framework Console Application
ZF\Console is a component written by zf-campus and Apigility organization that help you to build console application using different Zend Framework components
Test your Symfony Controller with PhpUnit. You expect that if one parameter is true your action get a service by Dependence Injcation and use it!
21 Feb 2015 The price of modularity
The modularity is not only a beautiful word, It has roles and a price.
14 Jan 2015 Zend Framework release 2.3.4
Zend Framework release 2.3.4
06 Jan 2015 Influx DB and PHP implementation
InfluxDB a time series database and PHP integration
21 Nov 2013 Zf2 Event, base use
Zend Framework 2 base use of Events and Event manager
21 Nov 2013 Git global gitignore
Git, manage global gitignote files or direcories
14 Sep 2013 Vagrant Up, slide and first talk
Gianluca Arbezzano, developer, Italian, why open this blog?
22 Aug 2013 Zend Framework 2 - Console usage a speed help
Zend Framework 2, console usage, write a speed console helper
18 Aug 2013 Croazia!
Gianluca Arbezzano, Italian, croazia
09 Aug 2013 Generale Jekyll sitemap without plugin
Generate sitemap for Jekyll blog, without plugin
Implementation of logger service in Zend Framework 2
22 Jul 2013 Why this blog?
Gianluca Arbezzano, developer, Italian, why open this blog?