In the second installment of How to K8s, we explore how to use a Kubernetes load balance service to expose a single IP.
Dave Verwer’s iOS Developer Community Survey came out a couple of months ago, and we’ve been looking over the data ever since. In part 1, we look at where iOS devs keep their Macs.
When working with Kubernetes environments, you may find it useful to access a pod directly. You can do that by calling kubectl exec to get direct command line access.
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many of us are finding new ways to collaborate online with our coworkers. At MacStadium, we've noticed a huge increase in utilization.
With work from home being the new normal, we discuss the different ways you can make use of the Mac mini sitting on a remote desk.
If you missed our recent 2018 Mac mini webinar, you missed a jam-packed session led by Kevin Beebe, MacStadium’s VP of Product Management. We’ve got a ton of follow-up Q&A and resources for you.
Developers need remote access to their VMs and while SSH is great, sometimes you need a GUI. Orka provides VNC and ScreenShare ports out-of-the-box. Here's a quick guide.
Dive into the costs and benefits when choosing between ephemeral and static build agents. Learn the key differences and why you may want to choose one method over the other.
The 2018 Mac mini advanced performance and power. MacStadium re-engineered our racks for heat management, networking, scalability, and more. See how.
Recently, Brian Stucki demonstrated how to access a remote Mac mini on iPadOS 13.4. It was so cool, we wanted to share it with you here. Check it out!
Reusable code that follows industry standards is important for delivering projects quickly and maintaining a code base with multiple collaborators. We’ve put together this list of popular open-source libraries for iOS.
MacStadium's Orka brings modern, orchestration and containerization solutions Kubernetes and Docker to Mac-specific CI. Now, teams that focus on dev for iOS and macOS have access to this powerful tech.
Manipulating virtual machines has become a core skill for DevOps engineers. Orka allows for automated management of macOS VMs with simple commands.
Xcode’s latest release, 11.4 Beta 3, has brought advancements across the board. Here’s our rundown of the two new features we love and think could benefit you the most.
The Orka demo gives you two hours of playtime to experience the power of Orka. Here's how to get the most out of your demo environment.
In Orka, macOS image management is amazingly simple because the architecture enforces best practices for network-based storage. Learn more about how it works.
In the upcoming weeks, as our teams become increasingly remote, let us know how we can help bridge the gap. We can provide you with the ability to manage your Mac infrastructure without having anyone in the office.
MacStadium has a robust business continuity strategy to ensure the continuation of critical services to our customers across the globe. Read updates about our COVID-19 policies here.
It’s always a treat when you can do more with less code. And Orka’s CLI fits this bill. Orka is a powerful macOS virtualization tool that performs complex tasks with short, simple commands.
These three plugins are the most recent additions to Orka, and have all been greeted warmly by folks who are using them already. Check out how Orka integrates with your CI pipeline (part 2).
With Orka’s simple CLI and our growing library of plugins and integrations, ease-of-use is central to our targeted user experience. In short, Orka is a tool for everyone.