Ken Muse
The Ultimate Debugging Hack for Developers
Developers usually want to be able to directly connect to a system, start the debugger, and step their way through the code. Being able to log into a machine and debug is the way most of us learn to troubleshoot and fix issues. But what if you can’t do that? And what if I told you there’s a better way to debug?

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Scaling ARC on a Schedule
In the past, ARC has a feature that enabled it to change the minimum number of runners based on a schedule: ScheduledOverrides. When ARC was modernized, this feature was not included in the new version. This isn’t an oversight. Instead, it’s a recognition that Kubernetes has a built-in feature that can handle this task: CronJob. Learn how to use the CronJob resources to change the settings for ARC scale sets on a schedule.

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Top 5 Things To Know About ARC
Actions Runner Controller (ARC) is a powerful way to manage ephemeral, self-hosted GitHub runners. If you’re considering ARC or starting to deploy it, there are five key things to know if you want to be successful using it.

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The Importance of Kubernetes Logs
There’s a lot happening under the covers with Kubernetes. If you really want to master your Kubernetes environment, it begins with understanding the value of a logging and how to implement good logging practices.

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The Magic of Scaling and Auto-Scaling
Scaling systems is a process that is often counter-intuitive. It’s not just about adding more resources. It’s about understanding the bottlenecks and how to overcome them. After years spent troubleshooting highly scaled systems, I’ve learned a few things that can make the journey easier.

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