Author: Mukesh Yadav

SRE: Service Reliability

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi guys, In this blog, we will looking at what reliable service is and how can we bring reliability to our service. Reliability is one of the values which is hard to bring in our service. It is important to make sure everyone in our team knows what is the real meaning of these that will help them to bring proper reliability to our service. Continue Reading

Introduction To Ansible Vault

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi readers, in this blog we will be discussing Ansible vault. Also, we will be looking at how to encrypt different playbooks and how they can be decrypted. Introduction The “Vault” is a feature of Ansible that allows you to keep sensitive data such as passwords or keys protected at rest, rather than as plain text in playbooks or roles.  Why use Ansible Vault? Ansible Continue Reading

Directory Structure and Installing Plugins in Jenkins

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi readers, in this blog we will be discussing Jenkins’s directory structure. Also, we will be looking at how different config file store into .jenkins folder. The Jenkins home directory contains all the details of your Jenkins server configuration, details that you configure in the Manage Jenkins screen. These configuration details are stored in the form of a set of XML files. Many of the Continue Reading

Kafka

Set-up Kafka Cluster using Kubernetes Statefulset

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi readers, In this blog, we will be setting up a Kafka Statefulset cluster using Kubernetes and also get a basic knowledge of Statefulset. StatefulSet StatefulSet is the workload API object used to manage stateful applications. Manages the deployment and scaling of a set of Pods, and provides guarantees about the ordering and uniqueness of these Pods. Kafka Apache Kafka is an open-source stream-processing software platform developed by Continue Reading

Glimpse of Pipeline in Jenkins

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi readers, In this blog, we will be creating the Sample Jenkins pipeline also we will be looking at basic syntax of the pipeline. Jenkins Pipeline is a suite of plugins that supports implementing and integrating continuous delivery pipelines into Jenkins. A continuous delivery (CD) pipeline is an automated expression of your process for getting software from version control right through to your users and customers. Let’s get started Continue Reading

Monitoring application using Prometheus and grafana

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello readers, In this blog I will discuss about application and system monitoring using Prometheus and Grafana. we need something to monitor! Part of that is going to be our Ubuntu host and the application will be a simple web page host program called sample-App that uses the Express web framework to do most of the hard work for us. we are going to download Continue Reading

Ip6tables firewall

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, this blog will teach you about ip6tables and its use with some basic use cases.we will also see that how ip6tables different from iptables. what is iptables?  Iptables is a Linux command line firewall that allows system administrators to manage incoming and outgoing traffic via a set of configurable table rules. iptable vs ip6tables Ip6tables is used to set up, maintain, and inspect the tables Continue Reading

Create Jinja templates in Python Script

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi readers, In this blog, we will be looking at creating Jinja templates and passing variables in them using python script also how to use them for creating dynamic pages. Jinja as templating engine Jinja2 is a full-featured template engine for Python. Jinja is similar to the Django template engine but provides Python-like expressions while ensuring that the evaluation of templates is in a sandbox. Continue Reading

Introduction with handlers in Ansible

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi readers, In this blog, we will be discussing the use case of Ansible handlers also we will be looking at how multiple handlers work get notifr Ansible. What is Handlers in Ansible? Handlers are just like normal tasks in an Ansible playbook but they run only when if the Task contains a “notify” directive. It also indicates that it changed something. Let take a Continue Reading