Fronting legacy services with Kubernetes

There are many benefits to Kubernetes but what’s not discussed so often is how to migrate your services from their legacy hosting to their new home in Kubernetes. Specifically, I’m looking at the case where you have a single server or a single public IP address and you want to run your services on thatContinue reading “Fronting legacy services with Kubernetes”

Setting up squid as a transparent proxy

This guide is particularly aimed at novice owners of Linux servers at home, such as the one described in a guide on this blog. A transparent web proxy caches web content without having to make any changes on the clients on the network. For a proxy to run transparently, it must be running on aContinue reading “Setting up squid as a transparent proxy”