Author: atisha

How to access the private cluster using bastion server on Azure portal

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of How to access the private cluster using bastion server on Azure portal. This guide presupposes that you have a fundamental knowledge of cloud . prerequisite : Firstly we need to create a private cluster and a Bastion server. Creating private cluster You may guarantee that network communication between your API server and your node pools only Continue Reading

How to create a site-to-site VPN connection in the Azure portal

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of How to create a site-to-site VPN connection in the Azure portal .This guide presupposes that you have a fundamental knowledge of cloud . Introduction Microsoft’s public cloud platform is called Azure. Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Managed Database Service capabilities are just a few of the many services that Azure Continue Reading

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How to create and delete static pod

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of How to create and delete static pod in kubernates.This guide presupposes that you have a fundamental knowledge of Kubernetes and how pods operate. Introduction Static pods are directly managed by kubelet daemon on a specific node, without API server observing it. It doesn’t have a replication controller linked with it; instead, the kubelet daemon keeps track Continue Reading

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How to configure horizontal pod autoscaling

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of what is horizontal pod autoscaling and how to configure horizontal pod autoscaling. Horizontal Pod Autoscaling In order to automatically scale the workload to meet demand, a HorizontalPodAutoscaler automatically modifies a workload resource such as a deployment, replica set or statefulset. The HorizontalPodAutoscaler informs the workload resource (the Deployment, StatefulSet, or other similar resource) to scale back Continue Reading

AWS Fargate and How to create task definition,cluster and service

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of AWS Fargate which is a compute engine for Amazon Elastic container service but before it let’s take a look at topics that we’ll be discussing in this blog.Firstly we’ll discuss Fargate,need for Fargate,how it works,few key concepts that you must know when you are dealing with Fargate and finally we’ll see the demo how to Continue Reading

Helm and it’s commands

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers, In this blog, we’ll learn about Helm and it’s commands which is calls itself ”The Kubernetes package manager”. What is Helm? Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes. It is the K8s equivalent of yum or apt.Helm deploys charts, which you can think of as a packaged application. It is a collection of all your versioned, pre-configured application resources which can be deployed Continue Reading

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Splunk Vs ELK Feature Comparison

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the basic difference of Splunk and ELK stack,its use cases (Feature comparision) and the main purpose is to compare the “big two” in the log analytics world—Splunk and the ELK Stack Because Both Splunk and the ELK Stack can be used to monitor and analyze infrastructure in IT operations as well as for application monitoring, security and business intelligence. Continue Reading