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  • Tracetest in Action: Running Trace-Based Tests on the OpenTelemetry Demo App with Nomad
    Is the address at which the gRPC endpoint is served. In this case, we’re using Consul DNS to expose the service’s address. If we look at the Recommendation Service’s Nomad jobspec, you’ll see that the name of the gRPC service is recommendationservice. So when we query it in Consul, it should be accessible at this address recommendationservice.service.consul. We can test this by logging into the HashiQube image. Do... - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • How to Convert Kubernetes Manifests into Nomad Jobspecs
    By default, the service is registered to Consul. Although we don’t explicitly say so, it’s the equivalent of adding a provider = "consul" attribute to the service stanza. You can register your services to either Nomad or Consul. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Running the OpenTelemetry Demo App on HashiCorp Nomad
    Before you start, just a friendly reminder that HashiQube by default runs Nomad, Vault, and Consul on Docker. In addition, we’ll be deploying 21 job specs to Nomad. This means that we’ll need a decent amount of CPU and RAM, so Please make sure that you have enough resources allocated in your Docker desktop. For reference, I’m running an M1 Macbook Pro with 8 cores and 32 GB RAM. My Docker Desktop Resource... - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Order of Installation
    IP Addresses are hard to remember, so let's allow everything to interact based on hostname and domain name (I use PiHole and for this as it gives me ad blocking and service discovery). Source: about 2 years ago
  • An Introduction to Microservices pt. 3
    We'll begin by going the website and downloading it. Consul will act as our Service Registry. Just for the purposes of this tutorial, we'll be running Consul in developer mode. After downloading Consul, you can add it to you system PATH, or run it from wherever directory you want it. - Source: / over 2 years ago
  • Looking for advice on using PiHole within a multi-tier DNS setup within my network
    At the moment I run for local service discovery and then hand off to one of the global DNS providers for everything else as the "upstream". Source: about 3 years ago

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Consul: Deferendum offers more flexibility than Consul in terms of group decision-making, as it allows members to participate remotely and at their own pace. Consul is designed for use by government and public institutions, whereas Deferendum is a tool for any group looking to improve their decision-making processes.

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