Author: Yamika Rajput

How to Create Cronjobs with Kubernetes Client Python?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog, we will see How to Create Cronjobs with Kubernetes Client Python. As we all know that generally, we use kubectl commands for creating, listing, updating, and deleting the Kubernetes resources. But In this blog, we will see how we can use python for doing these things with resources.  Installation: From source: From PyPI directly: Now, we have installed the python-Kubernetes package installed. Continue Reading

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How to host WordPress on Google Cloud MarketPlace

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Folks, In this article I’m going to show you How to host WordPress on Google Cloud MarketPlace in just a few steps. also, what is WordPress and what are the benefits to host it on Google Cloud future we’ll publish a blog on hosted WordPress. so let’s begin What is WordPress? WordPress is an open-source, Content Management System(CMS) written in PHP and paired with Continue Reading

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How to use Google Cloud IAM on Cloud Storage?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello folks, In this blog, we’ll explore What abstraction is primarily used to administer user access in IAM? also how we can create and set permissions to the service account role in GCP. Create Service Account for all buckets objects: click IAM & admin > Service Accounts Click createserviceaccount  Name: serviceacc1 click CREATE AND CONTINUE Add two roles: Storage Object Viewer and Storage Object Creator Click CONTINUE and DONE Alright, Continue Reading

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How to configure Amazon EventBridge for ec2 state

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers, In this blog we’re going to learn How to configure AmazonEvent Bridge for ec2 state and we’re going to do this by Amazon SNS for that specifically, I’m going to cover How we can get an email notification every time the ec2 instance state will change. Using an event bridge rule and if you want to Schedule a Lambda Function using Amazon EventBridge Continue Reading

How to work with Private Virtual Machine instances in GCP?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Folks, In this blog, we’ll see How to work with Private Virtual Machine instances in GCP? when we create a VM instance that doesn’t have an external IP address in google cloud. However, VM instances without external IP addresses are isolated from external networks. Using Cloud NAT, these instances can access the internet for updates and patches, and in some cases, for bootstrapping. As Continue Reading

How to deploy an application using Consul on Minikube

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello folks, In this blog, we’ll learn about how to deploy an application using consul on Minikube and how to deploy the Consul with the official Helm chart or the Consul K8S CLI.  if you’re not familiar with HashiCorp consul you can check out my blogs. let’s begin with prerequisites kubectl helm minikube Start Minikube so minikube had to download the few megabytes of dependencies and Continue Reading

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How to create hosted zone and records in route53 using boto3

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello folks. In this blog, I’ll explain what is route53, why we need it and after that, we’ll see how to create hosted zone and records in route53 using boto3. refer to this for a basic understanding of Amazon route52 web service. What is route53? Amazon route 53 is a DNS service that gives developers an efficient way to connect users to internet applications without Continue Reading

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How to connect consul in dev and prod modes

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello folks. In this blog, I’m gonna show you How to connect consul in dev and prod modes and its configuration and start a service/agent properly so that the other agents can join them to make a data center. you may refer to this blog only for the installation but the problem was we can’t bind the port every time that’s what I’m gonna show Continue Reading

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How to connect HashiCorp Consul Connect and Service Mesh

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers, In this blog, we’ll learn about Consul Service Mesh and why Consul Connect and how it works, and the features provided by HashiCorp. What is HashiCorp? HashiCorp is a software company with a freemium business model based in San Francisco, California. HashiCorp provides open-source tools and commercial products that enable developers, operators, and security professionals to provision, secure, run and connect cloud-computing infrastructure.  HashiCorp open-source Continue Reading

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How to set up Consul in AWS

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello folks. In this blog, I’m gonna show you How to set up Consul in AWS and to install Consul I’m going to set up one Server and one Client and then we’ll see how this communication can happen. Install Consul Connect: I’ve 2 ec2 ubuntu instances and I’m gonna install consul on them by following commands. As you can see on both ubuntu ami Continue Reading

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How to run Jenkins in AWS 

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello folks, In this blog, I’m gonna show you How to run Jenkins in AWS, how to launch the ec2 instance, and then we’ll be logging into the ec2 instance using ssh and then downloading, installing, and configuring Jenkins. alright, we’ve logged on to the AWS management console. go to ec2 instances and launch an ubuntu instance. choose amazon ubuntu ami, t2 micro, no of Continue Reading

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 How to use Boto3 for AWS Services

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello folks, In this blog, we’re gonna learn how to use Boto3 for AWS Services and how to create/delete s3 bucket. how boto3 and s3 work future we’ll do code using python. What is boto3? Boto is a software development kit (SDK) designed to enhance the use of the Python programming language by Amazon Web Services. It is now the official AWS SDK for Python. Continue Reading

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DevOps Infrastruture Monitoring with Nagios

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers, In this blog, we’ll learn about Nagios which is an open-source monitoring system for computer systems. also its features, architecture as well, and how we can install Nagios on ubuntu. What is Nagios? Nagios monitors your entire IT infrastructure to ensure systems, applications, services,, and business processes are working properly. Nagios Features: Scalable, Managable and Secure Good logs and database system Automatically sends alert Continue Reading