Author: RISHIVANT Singh

How to provision S3 bucket using Pulumi

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this article we will witness as how we can provision infrastructure using Pulumi YAML extension. What is Pulumi ? Pulumi is an infrastructure as a code tool that enables IT administrator to write infra maps in higher level programming language such as Javascript . Go , Python etc. The tool can be integrated into a CI/CD platform using the CLI which talks to the Continue Reading

How to do Performance testing of Linux machines – Sysbench

Reading Time: 3 minutes Amazon Web Service provides on-demand cloud infrastructure on pay model. The AWS has many services that have made this IT world a flexible and complexity solving place . One of this is AWS. A very well known service is EC2 . To all those reading this blog probably know about EC2. It stands for Elastic compute cloud.These are basically virtual compute platforms with all the Continue Reading


How to do cost estimation of infra using Infracost

Reading Time: 5 minutes Cloud computing has made it really easier to grow and scale up infrastructure. The infrastructure setup has made it really easier to work with microservices but what about the cost. The elasticity and flexibility has made the life easier. But it comes at a cost which we cant ignore.Cloud infrastructure has a cost which shows at the end of usage. Most of the time, infrastructure Continue Reading

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How to create and dockerize a Go application.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Go is a procedural , open source programming language famous for its simplicity , efficiency and reliability. So GO is popularly known for its network program and infrastructure. Go is highly used for cloud based or server side applications. Many CLI tools are written in Go. Whats interesting about Go is that it has its own data type string.At bottom it is still a sequence Continue Reading


Stack deployment using cdk and cloud formation template.

Reading Time: 5 minutes Whenever we need a cloud based deployment with handful of resources we go for manual deployment. But what if the resources needed are large enough to be deployed manually ? In this case we consider programmatically deployment using cdk. As the complexity of the system increases , the needed infrastructure also grows , so managing it manually becomes little tough. So today we will witness Continue Reading


How to create Kubernetes cluster with Kind

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is kind ? Kind is a tool for running kubernetes cluster locally using Docker container as nodes.This is best when you do local development. In this blog we will explore Kubernetes with Kind. Prerequisite Docker to be installed on the system How to install Kind on your system ? To install kind on your system follow the below steps First run the below step Continue Reading

How to work with RabbitMQ Server on Ubuntu .

Reading Time: 4 minutes What is RabbitMQ ? RabbitMQ is an opensource message broker.It is used widely and is lightweight , easy to deploy in environments. In simple words it acts as a middleman for various services. Lets consider an example that there is a application which inputs user data from users. Now to do such task for thousand request the application will take time. So RabbitMQ acts as Continue Reading

How to setup gcloud CLI on your machine.

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is gcloud cli ? Well if you want to interact with your google cloud platform using your terminal then your are at the right place. In this article ill let you know how to setup gcloud CLI to interact with GCP. To do this you need to setup the google cloud SDK on your workstation. A gcloud CLI helps to access the GCP with Continue Reading

How to setup JFrog artifactory on your system.

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is JFrog artifactory ? JFrog Artifactory is the only universal repository manager that supports all major packaging formats , build tools and CI servers. This can be used as an artifactory that is used to store artifacts.It is available in different forms. It’s open source , enterprise level etc. It supports pkg managers of any languages . It supports high availability that helps to Continue Reading

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How to deploy a docker image using Nginx and save it to Amazon ECR.

Reading Time: 4 minutes We all know a docker image is a read only template that contains a set of instruction for creating a container that runs on docker platform.So today we we will see how to deploy image using Nginx and further would push it to the Amazon ECR. Prerequisite :- A Docker account AWS account Brief knowledge about Nginx 1- Lets create the nginx container The first Continue Reading

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How to use packer to build AMI.

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is packer ? Packer is a open source tool that is used for making machine images (ami) from source configuration.Packer has made it really easy to automate the process of provisioning instance without manual configuration. Why Packer ? It is so because it supports cross platform. We can build multiple machine images from a single source file. To achieve this Packer uses JSON template Continue Reading

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Multipass – A lightweight VM manager.

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is a multipass ? Well a multipass is a lightweight VM manager for Linux , WIndows , Macos. Using this you can get an instant Ubuntu VM in a single command. It is really helpful for those who want a virtual machine at an instant. Suppose a developer wants to test his code on an ubuntu machine, using this he can achieve in a Continue Reading

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How to query DNS name servers – dig

Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you know that we can examine the DNS using our terminal . Lets talk about the same. dig – (Domain Information Groper) is used for such tasks. It is used to perform task like troubleshooting DNS problems. It also helps to gather DNS information and resolve the queried question from terminal. How to use dig command. Step 1 : dig command installation. Step 2: Continue Reading