Author: Nitin Mishra

Getting Started with Ansible Tower: Quick Install

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, we are very much familiar with Ansible and its usage. But today in this blog we will try to understand the basics of another version of Ansible, which is Ansible Tower. Ansible Tower is derived from the AWX project. We will learn the what and why of this tool in this blog. What is Ansible Tower? What makes it special? Installation There are Continue Reading

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Basics of DDoS attack

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, Denial of a Service also known as DDoS is a type of Distributed Network Attack. This kind of attack makes the application or website flooded with multiple fake requests which makes the website unavailable for some or all users. In this blog, we will see the basics of a DDoS attack and understand how it works. What is DDoS Attack? How DDoS attack Continue Reading

Understanding Failover Scenario in Cloud

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, as the world is growing rapidly and IT industry have most of the responsibility to manage several businesses. Companies are constantly having increased number of customers and users on their platform and this brings a responsibility to provide good experience to the users. With increased numbers of users, it brings heavy load to the servers as well. In that case failover is something Continue Reading

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Understanding few common incident metrics

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In current market scenario we are seeing most of the businesses going online and their applications are having customer footfall increasing only day by day. This has obviously increased profit in businesses. However, with all these benefits, they are also facing many issues as well just like outages, engineering incidents, service glitches, application downtime and many more. As these also lead to missed Continue Reading

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Dashboards and alerts in GCP Cloud Operations

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In previous blog we understood the need and role of GCP Cloud monitoring, logging, error debugging and so on. In this blog we will see how we can work with GCP Cloud Operations to create dashboards and alerts to get notified in case of any event happening against our set alert policy. Step-1 :Create a simple instance with Firewalls to allow HTTP traffic Continue Reading

Introduction to Google Cloud Operations Suite

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Readers, Once we have deployment our code to production and the application is in use by large number of users we want to make sure that our application is reliable and highly available to the users. However anything we try, there would be always be some chances of failures. We can’t remove them but we can definitely follow several things to minimise it. In Continue Reading


Exposing Container Ports in Docker

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, Docker is an open source platform adopted widely to ease the developing, shipping, and running applications. Docker has a object named containers isolates the applications from the infrastructure and avoids any external affect on the development environment. In this blog we will see some network part of containers. We will see how to enable communication of the container to the outside world or Continue Reading


Understanding the docker-compose file

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog will learn about the basics of a docker compose file. We will see what it is, why do we need this and most importantly see how we can begin with writing docker compose file. What is docker-compose file? It is a tool which is helpful in defining and running multi-container docker applications. We configure application services into a yaml file Continue Reading


Manage AWS Secrets with aws-vault

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog, we will see how we can install and configure the AWS vault in our system for AWS secrets, and then we will see how we can manage AWS access keys with AWS vault. Access keys consist of an access key ID and secret access key, which are used to sign programmatic requests that we make to AWS. What is aws-vault? AWS vault is Continue Reading


Setup Jenkins in Docker container

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment is the core part of DevOps practices. Jenkins is one of the CI/CD tools. In this blog, we will see how we can set up Jenkins in a Docker container. Jenkins Jenkins is an open source, self contained automation tool written in Java. It streamlines continuous integration and continuous deployment task in software development life cycle process. Jenkins Continue Reading

Create Network Infrastructure on AWS using Ansible Modules

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hi Readers, In previous blog we understood how to Setup AWS resource using Ansible modules. Now In this blog we will see how we can create Networking resources in aws using Ansible Modules. Before directly jumping into the practical part, let’s understand what network is and what are some basic components of a proper Networking Infrastructure. Some Basic components of Network Virtual Private Cloud A Continue Reading

Setup AWS resources using Ansible Modules

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog we will learn that how we can create AWS resources using Ansible Modules. But before moving to core of the blog we will see few concepts related to Ansible, it’s installation and connecting our ansible with aws and few more things. What is Ansible and Why do we need this? Keeping it very brief, Ansible is an IT automation tools. Continue Reading

Squash commits in GIT

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog we will learn about the need and the working of squash in GIT. Git Squash is a technique which helps us to condense series of commits into single and meaningful commit. What is squash in GIT? While working on any repository it is very common that we do n numbers of commit. For example, suppose we are working on a Continue Reading