Posts Tagged ‘python’

Buckler: Authentication and authorization for Kibana, for free!

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Today we’re glad to announce that we’re releasing Buckler as open source software. Buckler is free alternative to Shield, a light-weight proxy for Kibana, written in Python (Django). It allows you to restrict access in Kibana by adding password authentication. When logged in, a user is only allowed to access indices specified for that user in Buckler’s configuration file.


Vacature: Python programmeur bij Kumina

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Kumina is een groeiend bedrijf en we hebben de ambitie om nog verder te groeien! We zijn druk bezig met een klantportal en willen graag overstappen van puppet naar ansible. Hiervoor zijn wij op zoek naar een Python programmeur.


On our new DNS infrastructure (and DNSSEC)

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Recently we’ve been busy implementing a new DNS infrastructure for our resolvers as well as our authoritative servers. We wanted to be ready for future developments like DNSSEC and we wanted to re-new this important part of our infrastructure for a while. This blog-post gives an overview of our new setup.


Debugging puppet queueing

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Today we ran into a problem where the data put in ActiveMQ by the puppetmaster seemed corrupted in some way. When running the puppet queue daemon on the foreground (with –debug –verbose –no-daemonize), we noticed messages like these: info: Loaded queued catalog in 22.16 seconds debug: Searched for resources in 0.31 seconds err: Could not […]


GlassFish 3.0.1’s pkg tool using Debian’s Python packages

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Short howto on how to use Debian’s Python interpreter with GlassFish’s supplied pkg tool on a 64 bit system.


Kumishifts: The Release

Sunday, December 6th, 2009

Managing outgoing text alerts based on a Google Calendar.