Author: Rohit Sharma

Kubernetes Container Orchestration System for Devops

Reading Time: 5 minutes Firstly, Kubernetes is a manageable, extensible, open-source program for maintaining containerized workloads and services that promotes declarative arrangement and automation in DevOps. It has a large, quickly developing ecosystem. Kubernetes services, maintenance tools are widely available. Why you require Kubernetes and whatever it can take In addition, Containers are good method to bundle and run your applications. In a production background, you need to maintain Continue Reading

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Ansible for Devops as Infrastructure as Code

Reading Time: 3 minutes Firstly, Ansible is simple open-source IT engine that automates application deployment, infra service orchestration, cloud provisioning and many other IT devices. Secondly, Ansible uses playbook to define automation jobs, and playbook use very simple language i.e. Hence the profit is that even the IT infrastructure maintenance people can know and understand the playbook and debug if needed (YAML – It is in human-readable form). In conclusion, After Continue Reading

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Chef Devops Infrastructure as Code for Deployment

Reading Time: 3 minutes Firstly, Chef is open-source technology Adam Jacob, co-founder of Opscode recognised as the originator of Chef. This technology uses Ruby encoding to develop basic construction blocks like recipes and cookbooks. Chef is use for infrastructure automation and helps minimising manual and repeated tasks for infrastructure management. Chef got its own law for different building blocks, which required to manage and automate infrastructure. Why Chef? In Continue Reading

Getting started with Amazon EKS

Reading Time: 4 minutes Amazon EKS, This guide assists you to create all of the required support to manage started with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) using eksctl. Its a simple command-line utility for generating and maintaining Kubernetes clusters on Amazon EKS. At the end of this tutorial, you will have a working Amazon EKS cluster that you can deploy applications. The plans in this pattern create individual Continue Reading