Tag: nginx

  • Securely Deploy SearxNG on Kubernetes

    Securely Deploy SearxNG on Kubernetes

    I am sure it is not news for anyone at this point, that the major search engine providers (namely Google Search, Micro$oft Bing etc) hoover up all the data they can get their hands on from their users/customers. The problem and data race has accelerated even further with the hunt for data for training large…

  • MinIO – Small MinIO Deployment with NGinx Reverse Proxy

    MinIO – Small MinIO Deployment with NGinx Reverse Proxy

    Deploying a small MinIO deployment with Nginx as a reverse proxy is a simple process that can be done in a few steps. This tutorial will guide you through the process of deploying MinIO with Nginx as a reverse proxy on a Linux system. Step 1: Install and configure NginxThe first step is to install…

  • Kubernetes – Allow Only Cloudflare CDN Through Nginx Ingress

    Kubernetes – Allow Only Cloudflare CDN Through Nginx Ingress

    If you are like me, and enjoy the world-encompassing CDN from Cloudflare, you “proxy” your domain through Cloudflare towards your Kubernetes Ingress. Why then, should you allow any other traffic to the Ingress? Here’s how to whitelist Cloudflare only in Nginx Ingress. Cloudflares IP-ranges can be found here: https://www.cloudflare.com/ips/ Whitelist them on the Nginx Ingress…

  • Docker – TLS/SSL Reverse Proxy For Docker Notary Server

    Docker – TLS/SSL Reverse Proxy For Docker Notary Server

    Docker Notary Server is necessary for applying proper Docker DCT. But the support for applying your own TLS/SSL Certificate is.. shall we say.. ancient. Sure, you can supply your own certificate, docker-compose build, docker-compose up -d aaaaand.. Docker Notary Server is running with the supplied certificate, generated with LetsEncrypt, valid for.. three months.. Here’s how…

  • Docker – Simple Registry Web UI With Docker-Registry-UI From Joxit

    Docker – Simple Registry Web UI With Docker-Registry-UI From Joxit

    Hosting your own Docker registry is great, it’s just that… It’s pretty anonymous. You don’t really get to see how many images you have, or their tags, or image digests etc. Unless you want to send manual GET requests via CURL, you can use joxit/docker-registry-ui. Add the following to “ui service” to your existing registry…