Abandoning Cloudless V1
I spent three months working on Cloudless and deployed both this site and my personal site. However, at this point, I’ve moved on to other approaches to the same problem. I wrote a post that describes why I originally wanted to work on this, and what I’ll be doing next.
Deploying getcloudless.com on Cloudless (Part 3)
The past few posts have been about creating and testing the Cloudless modules we need to deploy our static site, but now we get to see how it all comes together.
Deploying getcloudless.com on Cloudless (Part 2)
This is part two of deploying https://getcloudless.com using Cloudless. In this post we will set up the web servers with https and monitoring that can pull a Jekyll based site from github.
Deploying getcloudless.com on Cloudless (Part 1.5)
In the last post we set up a Vault server. I was planning on using this to store the monitoring and HTTPS certificate provisioning API keys. However, since that doesn’t have proper authentication set up and has no TLS, I thought it would be misleading to use that in this deployment since I’m really using it more as an internal key value store than as a fully secured secret server.
Deploying getcloudless.com on Cloudless (Part 1)
It’s hard to evaluate whether something is useful until there’s an example of how it works in a real production setting. Cool ideas are free but actually building something that works isn’t.
The Cloudless Development Workflow
From the first blog post about the Cloudless command line, you can see that cloudless is a tool that makes it easier to manage and configure groups of servers in a cross cloud way.
Using The Cloudless Command Line
Up until now, Cloudless has provided only a python API to interact with networks and services, but the current release now has a command line interface to make it easier to get started. This post is a walkthrough of how to set up and use the command line interface.
Welcome to Cloudless!
Cloudless is a tool designed to make it easy for people to build production ready infrastructure without having to: