Simply method to log connectivity and have asymmetric in mind

When helping customer migrate to Aviatrix, most of the time, we have standard migration process, which is documented here. Few customer may need customized migration architecture due to their existing architecture and special requirements. These customized migration architecture require additional testing to understand what would be the potential impact to traffic flow. While most enterprise customer may have monitoring system in place, but in the lab/dev/QA phrase, we may not have the luxury to have full fledge monitoring system deployed. In this blog post, I will show you a simple method to log connectivity between desired data paths without breaking a sweat or the bank.

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Get a free public SSL certificate for testing environment using Posh-ACME

In my previous blog post: Add SSL Certificate to Aviatrix Controller, we went through how to obtain a free public SSL certificate using ZeroSSL. It got great interface and you can get up to three 90 days certificate for free, but have following drawbacks:

  • If you have two expired certificate, it counts as part of total three free 90 days certificate, and now you can only get one more.
  • It does take a bit tickling to get a full chain certificate using commands.

Then I was introduced Posh-ACME, a PowerShell module to request and obtain free SSL certificates, let’s take a look how it works.

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