Author: Ashi Dubey

Take a deep dive in application server

Reading Time: 3 minutes An application server is a type of server designe to install, operate, and host applications. In the early days of application servers, the number of applications brought to the Internet was very high. These applications are larger in size and more complex to operate and maintain due to the need to add functionality to the applications. We needed some kind of program on the network Continue Reading

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Introduction To Kubernetes Metric Server And Its Installtion

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is Kubernetes Metrics-Server? Kubernetes Metrics Server is a cluster-wide aggregator of resource usage data. Its job is to collect metrics from the Summary API provided by Kubelet on each node. Resource usage metrics such as container CPU and memory usage can help you troubleshoot strange resource usage. All of these metrics are available in Kubernetes via the Metrics API. The Metrics API contains the Continue Reading

Lets start with chroot and its illustration

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is the meaning of chroot? The term chroot refers to the process of creating a virtualized environment on a Unix operating system that is separate from the main operating system and directory structure. This process basically creates a limited space with its own root directory for running software programs. What are the chroot commands? The “chroot command” is a Unix / Linux command. Used Continue Reading

Core Building Blocks and its concepts in concourse

Reading Time: 4 minutes Concourse: Concourse CI is a system built with a loosely coupled microservices architecture; a database node using PostgreSQL is the only state saved by the system. All build histories, stored pipelines, as well as user and group access privileges are stored here. Concourse building blocks: Resource: Resources are fundamental building blocks of pipeline. Resource is an entity which stores data.Resources are the heart and soul of Continue Reading

cURL Command in Linux with examples

Reading Time: 2 minutes cURL, which stands for client URL, is a command-line tool that developers use to transfer data to and from a server. At the most fundamental, cURL lets you talk to a server by specifying the location (in the form of a URL) and the data you want to send. cURL supports several different protocols, including HTTP and HTTPS, and runs on almost every platform. This Continue Reading

Introduction and features of Linux Operating System

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction and features of Linux Operating System Linux Operating System is a open-source operating systems like Unix. It was initially developed by Linus Torvalds on September 17, 1991and features are free and open-source operating system and the source code can be modified and distributed to anyone commercially or noncommercially under the GNU General Public License.   Agenda of Linux Operating System 5W’s 1H ◦ Introduction to Operating Continue Reading

DevOps as a Service Operations Transition and Design

Reading Time: 3 minutes DevOps as a Service What is DevOps? In DevOps as a Service Operations Transition and Design, The term DevOps splits into Dev, and Ops. Dev defines as Development and Ops define as Operations, and In DevOps practice, and the basic methodology is to create a connectivity link between various development regions and Infrastructure operations. Generally, on the basis of the C-C-I principles that are very Continue Reading