Author: Yatharth Sharma

ReplicationController and ReplicaSet in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello readers, Welcome to another blog on kubernetes. My previous blog was on pods. Today, I’ll be covering ReplicationController and ReplicaSet, which are considered as wrappers on a pod. So before going further, I would like you to go through my previous blog and get a basic idea on pods. Replication Controller As discussed above, replication controller, also termed as rc in short, is a Continue Reading

Users and Groups in Linux

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, welcome to my blog on users and groups in Linux. As we know that Linux is a multi-user operating system, we’ll see how to add and configure the users and groups in Linux. What does multi-user mean? An operating system is considered as multi-user when it allows multiple users to access a computer. Also, Keeping security in mind, it does not allow a Continue Reading

Data Structures in Python

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, this blog is all about the predefined data structures in python. This includes Lists, Tuples, Sets, and Dictionary. We’ll see each of the data structure one by one and how they are declared. So, let’s get started. Lists A List is a data structure which has an ordered sequence of elements. The elements in the list can be mutable, which means that we Continue Reading

Kubernetes Pods: The Basic Deployable Unit

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the basic unit of execution in Kubernetes, which is Pod. What are pods? Pods are the atomic unit of scheduling in kubernetes. Its the smallest and the simplest unit in Kubernetes object model that you create and deploy. A pod consist of 1 or more containers which shares common storage and network namespaces. It is recommended to run a Continue Reading

Threading and Futures in Java

Reading Time: 4 minutes Welcome readers, this blog is all about threading in Java. After reading this, you would be comfortable enough to program multi-threaded applications. Here, you will learn about java threads, thread pools and the concept of java future. Java Threading: The Beginning In Java, the concept of multi-threading was there from the first version itself. In Java, you can implement threading by implementing Runnable interface and Continue Reading

Functional Interfaces In Java8

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello readers, as you have visited here, you must be aware of Interfaces in Java. Before Java 8, all methods defined in an interface are public and abstract by default. After Java 8, there were certain enhancements in interfaces. Amongst all the enhancements in Java 8, one of them is “Functional Interface”. What are Functional Interfaces? In Java, the term functional interface refers to those Continue Reading

Maven Simplified

Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog will provide you with the basics of maven, its importance and its life cycle. For installation, you can refer here and then continue with this blog. Why a Build tool? Initially, while learning and developing small projects, we compile limited classes and include specific JAR libraries on our own which are required to build our project. This seems very difficult in large projects Continue Reading