With the Chocolatey Package Manager for Windows, it is super easy to install software from the command-line. This makes your installs scriptable and thus repeatable. In this blog I’ll show you how to render installation instructions from a machine and how to use the Windows Task Scheduler to update your packages regularly.
We’re currently in the business of moving from Mesos/Marathon to Kubernetes. As we have a microservices environment we can move service by service. We have multiple clusters running, so I need to track which teams have which services (still) running on Mesos/Marathon.
Let’s see if we can lift the data out of the system using the Marathon API, JQ and cURL.