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Fundamentals of ELK Stack with Demo – Part 2

Reading Time: 3 minutes The three opensource projects Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana make up the ELK Stack. Now after installing ElasticSearch we will install the Logstash and Kibana. Steps to install ELK Stack Step 5- Install Kibana for ELK Now we will install Kibana next. Kibana is a visualization layer that works on top of Elasticsearch. It is a GUI for parsing and interpreting collected log files. To install Continue Reading

Fundamentals of ELK Stack with Demo – Part 1

Reading Time: 3 minutes The three opensource projects Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana make up the ELK Stack. All of these are maintained by Elastic. Elasticsearch is an open source, full-text search and analysis engine. It stores the logs. Logstash is a log-aggregator, that ingests data from multiple sources. It ships, process and store logs. Kibana is a visualization layer that works on top of Elasticsearch. Elastic added another open Continue Reading

Waits in Selenium from scratch

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hi folks, Initially, In this blog we will learn about what and why part of selenium waits, then we will briefly see all the types of selenium waits. At the end of this blog, we will discuss why we should not consider the Thread.sleep() method for best practices. It has been proven that selenium is a good framework for automation testing. Automation testing has accelerated  Continue Reading

Why mongoDB ??

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi readers, In this blog, Initially we will learn about the mongoDB database, The architecture of mongoDB, the working of mongoDB and , why we should use mongoDB. At the end of this blog, we will compare mongoDB with other common databases so let’s get started. We all have been working on traditional SQL databases for a long time but with time, Data is also Continue Reading

What are Streams API in Java 8 ? How its unique

Reading Time: 3 minutes First of all, Java 8 Streams should not be confuses with Java I/O streams. The Stream API is use to process collections of objects. Java provides a new additional package in Java 8 called java.util.stream. In stream one or more operations can be perform. The Streams operations are either intermediate or terminal. Stream provides following features: The stream does not store elements. A stream is not Continue Reading

Java- Try With Resources

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this blog, I would be talking about the Important topic of java which is try-with-resources. Many of us have used the try and catch blocks in our java codes multiple times. The support for try-with-resources introduced in java 7 but there was some limitations which java creaters overcome in java 9. The try-with-resources statement is a try statement that declares one or more resources. A resource is an object Continue Reading

Implicit Parameters and Conversions in Scala

Reading Time: 3 minutes While working in Scala, everyone comes across implicit but only a few try to understand how it actually works. So if you are wondering how implicit in scala works, then this blog will help you to understand it. So let’s talk about implicit. What are implicits? When we talk about implicits, we mean implicit parameters or conversions that happen implicitly. Both of these involve the compiler implicitly Continue Reading

Errors and Revert Statements in Solidity

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Reader! We have already read about many topics on Solidity. Here I am back with one more important topic that is “Errors and Revert Statements in Solidity”. Starting from Solidity v0.8.4, there is a convenient and gas-efficient way to explain to users why an operation failed through the use of custom errors. Errors should be used together with the revert statement. Which causes all changes in the Continue Reading

Gyroscope sensor of the stm32 board || Part 3

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello everyone, in today’s blog we are moving further to the last part of the series of Gyroscope sensor of the stm32 board. In this blog, we are going to get the readings from the Gyroscope sensor of the stm32 board, the delay, and the core peripherals. We are then going to use them to run the mini-project to get the readings from the stm32 Continue Reading

Java Set With Examples

Reading Time: 3 minutes In Java , Set is defined as a collection of unordered elements . In this duplicate values cannot be stored . The Java Set interface extends the Collection interface . All the methods in the Collection Interface are available in Set interface . It can be implemented by HashSet, LinkedHashSet or TreeSet . Creating Set object Set Methods 1) ADD This is used to add elements to the Continue Reading

Difference Between Ansible And Ansible Galaxy – Ansible vs Ansible Galaxy

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this article, we will learn that what is the difference between Ansible and Ansible Galaxy (Ansible vs Ansible Galaxy). Ansible is an open-source configuration management tool. It helps in automating software provisioning, configuration management, and application deployment. As you learn more about Ansible, you will surely encounter Ansible Galaxy. However, people often fail to truly understand what this Ansible Galaxy is. Let us see Continue Reading

Opensource Software vs Free Software vs Freeware Software

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this article, we will look at the differences between open-source software vs free software vs freeware software. While growing up and trying out various software on our computer, we often come across the terms like free software, freeware, opensource, etc but we never pay much attention to it. A lot of people think that freeware software is the same as free software and they Continue Reading

How To Install A Package On Linux Netlify Agent Without Sudo Privileges?

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this article, we’ll learn how to install a package on Linux Netlify Agent Without Sudo Privileges and without the use of a package manager. Problem Netlify provides serverless backend for web applications and static websites. It is very convenient to host static websites when you do not need any special installations on top of it. However, if you want to use any third-party package Continue Reading