Author: Shubham Gupta

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Running Chaos Experiments on Kubernetes

Reading Time: 4 minutes Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a distributed system in order to build confidence in the system’s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production. Ever since Netflix introduced us to Chaos Engineering, there have been different tools in different form and shape for running Chaos Experiments in different platforms. In this blog, we will learn how to run chaos engineering experiments with Kube-monkey Continue Reading

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How To Copy Files Between AWS S3 Buckets

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello readers, in this blog I’m going to tell you how you can transfer files from one amazon S3 bucket to another amazon S3 bucket, without having to write any script and without any code at all. For using any AWS service you need an AWS account. Here we are assuming that you have set up the AWS account, if not visit AWS Console to create an Continue Reading

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Amazon Elastic File System Part-2

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the previous (Introductory) part of Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) we learned different file storage, AWS EFS and some of its benefits. In this part I’ll give you a quick demo of how to create and use EFS. Setting up Amazon Elastic File System For using any AWS service you need an AWS account. Here we are assuming that you have set up Continue Reading

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Amazon Elastic File System Part-1

Reading Time: 4 minutes Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) provides a simple, server-less & elastic file system that lets you share your data without provisioning or managing storage. It can be use with AWS cloud services or On-Premises resources and it is build to scale on demand without disrupting your applications. With Amazon EFS , we can use EFS as a shared file system with EC2 instances. Application Continue Reading


AWS Aurora

Reading Time: 3 minutes AWS Aurora is a relational database service provided by amazon cloud. This is one of the extensively used services for the low latency, data storage and value-based data storage and processing. It can only be used on AWS platform, unlikely MySQL database which can be installed on a local device. Setting up Aurora RDS Serverless Instance For using any AWS service you need an AWS Continue Reading

Neural Network Model using Keras Python Library

Reading Time: 3 minutes Keras runs on top of open source machine libraries like TensorFlow, Theano or Cognitive Toolkit (CNTK). Theano is a python library use for fast numerical computation tasks. TensorFlow is the most famous symbolic math library use for creating neural networks and deep learning models. TensorFlow is very flexible and the primary benefit is distribute computing. CNTK is deep learning framework developed by Microsoft. It uses Continue Reading

Architecture of Artificial Neural Network

Reading Time: 3 minutes Neural Network is a series of algorithms that are trying to mimic the human brain and find the relationship between the sets of data. It is being use in various use-cases like in regression, classification, Image Recognition and many more. As we have talked above that neural networks tries to mimic the human brain then there might be the difference as well as the similarity Continue Reading

Getting Started With Edge Computing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Edge Computing is an open distributed computing paradigm that ensures speedy computation, handles data activities, network operations and data storage. It brings the devices closer to the place as a result improving the post time and saving bandwidth. It features de-centralized processing power enabling mobile computing and Internet of Things. Simply saying, Edge Computing brings the de-centralization of networks. Edge Computing is the upcoming enhancement Continue Reading

DaemonSet in kubernetes

Reading Time: 4 minutes A Kubernetes DaemonSet is a container tool that ensures that all nodes are running exactly one copy of a pod. DaemonSets will even create pods on new nodes that are added to your cluster! This essentially runs a copy of the desired pod across all nodes. When a new node is add to a Kubernetes cluster, a new pod will be add to that newly Continue Reading

What is Puppet and Its Architecture

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Puppet Puppet is a configuration management tool. Puppet is Developed by Puppet Labs and is used to automate the management and configuration of infrastructure. It was developed in Ruby DSL (domain specific language) and used to deploy, configures and manages servers and also follows a client-server architecture, where one machine in any cluster acts as a server, called the master, and the other Continue Reading