Author: Mayuri Dhote

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How to create an ec2 instance with the help of the AWS Cloud Formation template :

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Folks.. I hope you all are doing fine. In this Blog, we will be learning how to create an ec2 instance with the help of the AWS Cloud Formation template. Now you must be wondering what is this AWS Cloud formation, So it is a service that is provided by AWS that helps you to model and set up the resources, it is provided Continue Reading

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How To Create Store and Retrieve a Secret Via Console:

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Folks..I hope you all are doing fine. In this blog we will learn about how to create store and retrieve a aws secret manager via console.So stay tuned. Firstly understand what is AWS Secret manager. AWS Secret Manager : It is a service provided by AWS to store secrets i.e. passwords, credentials, third party keys or any such confidential information. Secrets Manager allows you Continue Reading

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Playing with Branching Strategies (Part-2) :

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers.. I hope you all are doing so well. So lets get started with another Remaining branching strategies. So stay tuned. 1. Release Branching : Release normally tend to be longer lasting weeks or even months. Since different teams might be working on different releases then we have a branch for each release. One Branch: One team would be working on one release another Continue Reading

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How to Setup Instance in AWS Using Terraform :

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers, I hope you all are doing so well. In this blog we will see that how we can set-up Instance in AWS using terraform. Before starting you must have Terraform, AWS CLI install on your machine and they both must be configure. So stay tuned with me. SO LET’S GET START!! It is easy to set-up Instance using terraform. In order to do so Continue Reading

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Playing with Branching Strategies (Part-1) :

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Reader’s I hope you all are doing so well. So in this blog we are going to learn about Branching Strategies So stay tuned. They are very interesting from many different aspects. To begin with they are a good indication of the theme structures of the frequency of the deployments of technical capabilities of test coverage. So; we are going to explore branching strategies Continue Reading

Let’s See CIDR In Networking:

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers… I hope you all are doing well. In this blog we are going to learn interesting topic of networking i.e CIDR. So stay tuned. Introduction: First of all CIDR stands for Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR), commonly known as CIDR diagram, is used by users who operate networks and manage IP addresses. This allows you to see the number of IP addresses in each Continue Reading

Introducing to Docker BuildKit And It’s Uses:

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers… I hope you all are doing fine. In this blog we are going to learn about docker build and it’s uses. So stay tuned. Basically; Docker BuildKit is an optin image building engine that offers significant improvements over traditional processes. BuildKit creates image layers in parallel, which speeds up the entire build process. What Is BuildKit: BuildKit was developed as part of the Continue Reading

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Let’s See How to SSH into a Running Docker Container and It’s Illustration:

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers… I hope you all are doing fine. So in this blog we are going to learn another and interesting topic of docker. Stay tuned. Introduction: Docker is a utility that you can use to create a container to run your application. A Docker container is a fully contained virtual machine. I am sharing with you all the three ways to SSH into a Continue Reading

How to Install Concourse CI in Multiple ways

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers….In this blog we are going to learn how to install Concourse CI. Concourse is an open source CI / CD system with approximately 100 integrations and external resource types. So; before we begin talking about how to install concourse ci on ubuntu. Let’s briefly understand – What is Concourse CI Introduction: Concourse is an open source CI / CD system with approximately 100 Continue Reading

Let’s Learn About Kubernetes Drain with it’s Illustration:

Reading Time: 3 minutes Kubernetes Drain , Hello Readers…In my previous blog we have learn about the commands of cordon. Now Let’s learn about What is Drain in kubernetes. What is Kubernetes Drain?? We use drain to safely evict all of our pods from a node before you perform maintenance on the node. (e.g. Kernal upgrade, hardware maintenance etc.) When you drain a node, the scheduler will schedule the Continue Reading

Let’s Learn About Kubernetes Cordon with it’s Illustration:

Reading Time: 3 minutes Kubernetes Cordon , Hello Readers…I hope you all are doing fine. In this blog we learn about the concept of CORDON and DRAIN. So; basically we use these two cordan and drain for node maintenance in Kubernetes. What is Kubernetes Cordon??? Cordon is the operation marks the nodes in the existing node pool as unschedulable. So; the cordon stop scheduling new pods to these nodes Continue Reading

Introduction to PS Command In Linux with Illustration:

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is PS Command? Linux process control can be implemented using the commands PS, kill, Bg, fg, jobs, nice, grep, and top. These commands allow background daemons to effectively manage program processes. PS commands are process commands that list running processes and dams, similar to the Windows Task Manager. Syntax for PS Command: ps -[options] Common ps option available: e – e option indicates a Continue Reading

Basic Process Management commands for Linux:

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog we will get to know about Process Management In Linux: Process management on Linux simply operates i.e continue, stop, or terminate , commands that are already running, just started, or already completed. A process is a running program. This process is created when a command is about to be executed, so you can call it a running instance of a running program. Continue Reading