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How to create Ingress rules in Kubernetes using Minikube

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we will learn about Ingress and how to create ingress rules, So Stay Tuned! PREREQUISITES Minikube Cluster kubectl Installed WHAT IS INGRESS? Ingress is an API object that allows the external traffic to the Kubernetes cluster based on the routing mechanism. It provides routing rules to manage external users’ access in a Kubernetes cluster via HTTP/HTTPS. WHY DO WE USE INGRESS? An Continue Reading

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How to create applications in ArgoCD

Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog will show different ways of creating applications in ArgoCD, So Stay Tuned! PREREQUISITES Kubernetes Cluster up and running on Local, minikube, or any Cloud providers GitHub or Gitlab Account First, let us understand few concepts of ArgoCD ArgoCD is a GitOps continuous delivery tool that means you define all your applications, manifests, and resources that you want to deploy in your Kubernetes cluster, Continue Reading

How to manage your Helm Charts by using Helmfile

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this blog, we will learn the concepts of Helm and Helmfile so, Stay Tuned! First, let us understand what is Helm? Helm is the package manager for Kubernetes. Therefore, think of it as Apt, Yum, and Homebrew for Kubernetes, it is a convenient way of packaging and collecting Kubernetes YAML files and distributing them in public and private repositories. Example:- You want to deploy Continue Reading

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How to run MinIO as a Docker Container

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is MinIO? MinIO is an open-source and high-performance distributed object storage server as a result it is designed for large-scale data infrastructures. In addition, it is compatible with the S3 API hence build from scratch with a private cloud as its target. It’s featuring more than 16000 GitHub stars, and 219 million Docker pulls supported by an active community worldwide. Why do we need Continue Reading

How To Run Chaos Experiments on Chaos Mesh

Reading Time: 6 minutes In this blog, we will be going to learn about Chaos Engineering Concepts and its various tools WHAT IS CHAOS ENGINEERING Chaos engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a system in order to build confidence in the system’s capability and to withstand turbulent conditions in production. In simple words, it is throughput, planned experiments designed to reveal the weakness in systems. Basically, you have Continue Reading

How to solve Producer and Consumer problems

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will learn about how to solve producer and consumer problems using Kafka and Docker. It’s going to be interesting. So stay tuned Kafka is a high-performance, real-time, and also publish-subscribe messaging system. It is an open-source tool as well as a part of Apache Projects. Some Characteristics of Kafka are:- Firstly it is a distributed and partitioned messaging system. Secondly, Kafka Continue Reading


How to use and integrate Persistent Volume, Persistent Volume Claims, and Pods in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 5 minutes Prerequisites:- Kubernetes Cluster should be up and running. OVERVIEW Inside our Host Machine, we are setting up the Kubernetes Cluster. Then we have to set up the node, Inside the node, we have three components:- POD, Persistent Volume Claim, and Persistent Volume. These three components will sit inside the node The fourth one is STORAGE which will sit on your host machine i.e. UBUNTU. The Continue Reading

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Reading Time: 2 minutes INTRODUCTION YAML stands for Yet Ain’t Markup Language. If you have a configuration file and you want to make it easier to understand to humans then it is better to use YAML. YAML is a substitution of XML and JSON. It is the case as well as space-sensitive(we can add spaces wherever we want). It supports various data types(lists, arrays, etc,) as well as popular Continue Reading