Chris Collins is an SRE at Red Hat and a Community Moderator for OpenSource.com. He is a container and container orchestration, DevOps, and automation evangelist, and will talk with anyone interested in those topics for far too long and with much enthusiasm.

Prior to working at Red Hat, Chris spent thirteen years with Duke University, variously as a Linux systems administrator, web hosting architecture and team lead, and an automation engineer.

In his free time, Chris enjoys brewing beer, woodworking, and being a general-purpose geek.

Authored Content

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Assign real IPs from your home network to services running in your cluster and access them from other hosts on your network.
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Lens is a useful, attractive, open source user interface for working with Kubernetes clusters.
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Identify a specific Raspberry Pi in your cluster with a script that triggers an LED to flash.
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Create dynamic persistent volumes on a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes cluster with the NFS-client provisioner.
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Install Kubernetes on several Raspberry Pis for your own "private cloud at home" container service.

Contributed Content

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Top authors on Opensource.com have new levels of access, support, and exclusive opportunities.
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