Organizations using a self-managed GitLab instance usually rely on it to hold their source code, project management, and operational tooling. It’s vital to have functioning backups so your data’s protected in case of a hardware failure, unsuccessful server update, or malicious compromise.
The stock Files app lets you manage your filesystem on an iPhone or iPad. Since iOS 13, it also lets you work with remote network shares. You no longer need third-party apps to access files on your network devices.
Docker containers are meant to be disposable and easily replaced. When a new version of a container’s base image is released, you should pull the new image and start a new container instance. Here’s how to manage image updates across your container fleet.
The Kubernetes Dashboard is an official application that lets you inspect and edit your resources via a web-based graphical interface. Deploying a Dashboard instance into your cluster lets you visualize activity without running sequences of complex terminal commands.
Programmers often reuse code. In fact, it’s one of the core principles of any good codebase—Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY). What if you want to use a shared project inside multiple other repositories? The git subtree command can help manage that.