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Hello to November 27th. Today is a special day for us, as we are lucky to have “Systems Engineers” in between our colleagues to celebrate this day with them.
Happy Systems Engineer Day
We are reading this article, or sitting in front of a laptop, scrolling through a browser on our smartphone, each of these, is proof of a Systems Engineer’s significant role in our lives.
They are sitting in front of at least one computer, every day, and helping to make the world a better place to live in.
Let’s celebrate “International Systems Engineer Day” together.
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“That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.” – Jhumpa Lahiri
During the current pandemic, we are facing changes in our lifestyle. Planning our travels for holidays is hazy, it’s time to plan them differently.
Traveling by Reading Books
Let’s travel together through books this year.
Authors: Matthew Doherty, Philipp Kuntz, Robert Gogolok
In the latest blog post, we provided an introduction to Kubernetes Finalizers.
In the introduction, we covered the basic mechanics of how finalizers allow controllers to implement asynchronous pre-delete hooks. Simply put they inform the Kubernetes control plane that action needs to take place before Kubernetes garbage collection logic can be performed.
In this article, we take finalizers a step further by performing the resulting actions of a resource deletion with the help of a custom controller.