Summary This little post is to show how to get the public IP of your client/visitor when using the nginx-ingress on EKS.
Why ? Because maintaining a jenkins server is not necessarily what feels rewarding, especially when it come to create more and more jobs that look the same.
A little background I’ve been using Jenkins and the bits described below for a while now : from years to month, depending of which part you speak.
Recently I have been working on creating a docker image containing dnsControl. I wanted to minimize the size of the image, and use the feature of go producing a single binary.
This is the follow-up of my previous post regarding hindsight experimentations and discovery
Outputing to ES This one is fairly easy, since it uses the lua sandbox extensions for ES.
I have been recently introduced to hindsight by beorn and since I found that the learning curve was a bit steep I thought this blog migration would be a nice occasion to share some sort of “field notes”.