Gene Liverman

  • @geneliverman
  • Doing geeky stuff @ Puppet
  • he/him
  • Carrollton, Georgia
I am a seasoned technology professional with a passion for systems administration and the DevOps cult...  
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2021

Oct 09, 2021
Oct 09, 2021
Started learning about Kubernetes operators
Worked on a side project
I spent a good bit of today trying to wrap my head around Kubernetes operators and how to create custom  controllers and and resources. I want to try reimplementing the useful parts of a legacy application using this pattern as I think it’ll be much more sustainable and will actually work better and more efficiently. 
Principal Site Reliability Engineer, Puppet
Sep 29, 2021
Sep 29, 2021
Attended a conference
Puppetize 2021, Puppet’s annual conference, was quite enjoyable and had lots of great sessions.
Principal Site Reliability Engineer, Puppet
Sep 24, 2021
Sep 24, 2021
Completed a training course
This week I got to take the Core Kubernetes Workshop from SuperOrbital. Even though I’ve been using Kubernetes for quite a while, I learned a good bit. I highly recommend their course to anyone wanting to learn more. 
Principal Site Reliability Engineer, Puppet
Sep 21, 2021
Sep 21, 2021
Finished a project
Finished a hardware project
Finished migrating an application from Mesos to Kubernetes… and shut down all of our Mesos infrastructure! This was a long time coming and went off with minimal hiccups. 
Principal Site Reliability Engineer, Puppet
Sep 19, 2021
Sep 19, 2021
Working with IoT
Started a new side project
I finished putting together an IoT device to help us know when the dryer is finished. It runs ESPHome and monitors the temperature in the vent hose and reports it to Home Assistant. 

Sep 17, 2021
Sep 17, 2021
Finished a project
My first pass at some tooling to keep my team’s puppet modules in sync with our standards and s finally complete. The results can be seen in https://github.com/ploperations/repo_standards/tree/main/module-syncing
Principal Site Reliability Engineer, Puppet
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