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How to do Health Check in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers ! In this blog we’ll see How to do Health Check in Kubernetes. Users can tell K8s when to restart the container to achieve self-healing through viability detection; Availability detection tells K8s when containers can add to the service’s load balancer to provide external services. INTRODUCTION Readiness Probe Similar to other probes, it verifies that the container is ready to accept traffic. Unlike Continue Reading

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How to Dockerize a Django Application

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello readers. This blog will show you how to get started with dockerize a Django application. Before you start, you need to have docker and Django installed and configured on your computer. What is Docker? Docker is a software platform that allows you to quickly build, test, and deploy applications. Docker packages the software into standardized units called containers. For instance, this unit contains everything Continue Reading

How to solve Producer and Consumer problems

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will learn about how to solve producer and consumer problems using Kafka and Docker. It’s going to be interesting. So stay tuned Kafka is a high-performance, real-time, and also publish-subscribe messaging system. It is an open-source tool as well as a part of Apache Projects. Some Characteristics of Kafka are:- Firstly it is a distributed and partitioned messaging system. Secondly, Kafka Continue Reading

How to deploy ELK stack on Kubernetes

Reading Time: 3 minutes ELK stack consists of Elastic Search, Kibana, Logstash. The main purpose of this is to aggregate logs. Rise of micro-service architecture demands better way of aggregating and searching through logs for debugging purpose. ELK stack helps to aggregate these logs and explore through those logs. The main components of ELK stack are: Elastic Search: This is the database which stores all the logs Kibana: Kibana 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

How to deploy AWS DynamoDB table using terraform

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers, I am here with another blog. In this blog, we will see the steps on how to create a was DynamoDB Table using Terraform. We will create a DynamoDB Table with the “PAY_PER_REQUEST” billing model. DynamoDB AWS DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability. AWS DynamoDB lets you offload the administrative burdens of Continue Reading

Know About Google Cloud Storage And Google Cloud SQL

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is Google Cloud Storage? Google Cloud Storage is the object storage service. Google Cloud offers a storage service. It comes with a number of useful capabilities out of the box, including object versioning and fine-grained permissions (by object or bucket), which may simplify development and lower operating costs. Several services rely on Google Cloud Storage. Google Cloud Storage allows you to store any kind Continue Reading

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How to create an ec2 instance with the help of the AWS Cloud Formation template :

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Folks.. I hope you all are doing fine. In this Blog, we will be learning how to create an ec2 instance with the help of the AWS Cloud Formation template. Now you must be wondering what is this AWS Cloud formation, So it is a service that is provided by AWS that helps you to model and set up the resources, it is provided Continue Reading

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How to deploy Rancher on the EKS cluster using Helm?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hey readers, so today we’ll see how can we deploy Rancher on the EKS cluster using Helm. Firstly we’ll create an EKS cluster on AWS using Terraform and then we’ll deploy Rancher on EKS using Helm charts. So for that, we’ll be requiring some prerequisites. An AWS account with admin privileges AWS CLI on the local system Configured CLI with the respective AWS account Terraform 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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Creating API Gateway to trigger Lambda Function

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers! I hope you are doing very well. So, In this blog we will create an API gateway to trigger lambda functions. Let’s talk about API gateway and after that we will trigger a lambda function using it. API Gateway: Api Gateways are just a web endpoint to your application. You can configure the target to be any aws service you want. So, It’s just Continue Reading

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How To Create Store and Retrieve a Secret Via Console:

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Folks..I hope you all are doing fine. In this blog we will learn about how to create store and retrieve a aws secret manager via console.So stay tuned. Firstly understand what is AWS Secret manager. AWS Secret Manager : It is a service provided by AWS to store secrets i.e. passwords, credentials, third party keys or any such confidential information. Secrets Manager allows you Continue Reading

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How to deploy AWS EKS cluster using Terraform

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers, I hope you all are doing well.  Today we will learn how to deploy the EKS cluster on AWS using terraform. What is EKS? Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) is a managed service that you can use to run Kubernetes on AWS without installing, operating, and maintaining your own Kubernetes control nodes. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating the deployment, scaling, Continue Reading