0 comments on “Introduction to Consul (Part-1)”

Introduction to Consul (Part-1)


Welcome to All !!. In this blog, we are going to discuss about an amazing tool used for service discovery and configuring services. Hold on a second!! There must be some questions in your mind: Aren't there so many tools…

0 comments on “Ansible Playbooks vs Roles: Part I – The Playbook”

Ansible Playbooks vs Roles: Part I – The Playbook


I assume you know with basics of Ansible and familiar with the terminologies of Ansible. If not, you can visit our previous starter blog.  In this blog, we will take a look on how we can quickly start writing Ansible…

0 comments on “Running Spark on DC/OS”

Running Spark on DC/OS


Devops engineers for long needed an open source tool to make it easy to deploy the code developed through all the ups and downs to reach this far and is considerably more capable of evolving (pun intended). As we all…

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How to create your first docker image and run it in a docker container via command line?


So, Don’t you hate it when you are into deployments and don’t know how to go about docker and stuff. Today, we will talk about creating docker images and running it in a container via docker command line. It might…

6 comments on “NGINX – Understanding and Setting up a reverse proxy server”

NGINX – Understanding and Setting up a reverse proxy server


Let's start by understanding what a reverse proxy server means and then I'll lay down the steps for setting up such a server using our beloved NGINX. A reverse proxy server is one which helps in directing client requests to…

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Docker Architecture


In my previous blog, we had a little glimpse of what Docker is. It's time to take one step ahead of that. Let's understand more about Docker through its architecture. A Quick recall WHAT? Docker is a tool designed to…

0 comments on “DC/OS: The Architecture #2”

DC/OS: The Architecture #2


In my previous post, we have gone through the type of nodes, tasks and the distributed process management. Now we're going under the hood to explore the components which make DC/OS what it is. You'll find the basic working of…

0 comments on “Deploying Services In DC/OS”

Deploying Services In DC/OS


DC/OS uses Marathon to manage processes and services. Marathon is the “init system” for DC/OS. Marathon starts and monitors your applications and services, automatically healing failures. A native Marathon instance is installed as a part of DC/OS installation. DC/OS services…

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Security In DC/OS


Every company’s most valuable asset is its data. However, that data is also constantly under threat from bad actors around the world. To retain the trust of their customers, partners, and shareholders, every business needs to protect their data and…

1 comment on “DC/OS: The Architecture #1”

DC/OS: The Architecture #1


Mentioned in a paper called "Datacenter needs an Operating System" published at the University Of California. The expectations in the paper were roughly rounded up to the following points: Sharing of Data & Resources. Programming Abstractions. Debugging & Monitoring. Mesosphere…