Incident metrics

Understanding few common incident metrics

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In current market scenario we are seeing most of the businesses going online and their applications are having customer footfall increasing only day by day. This has obviously increased profit in businesses. However, with all these benefits, they are also facing many issues as well just like outages, engineering incidents, service glitches, application downtime and many more. As these also lead to missed Continue Reading

Simple ways to create Gitpod workspace in GitHub

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Gitpod is an open-source Kubernetes based platform which provides a prebuilt, development environment on your browser in the form of various IDEs like VS-code, PhpStorm, and IntelliJ called workspace. Prerequisite Github Id Any browser ( preferably chrome ) Gitpod Registration To use Gitpod we need to have an id on it. It is simple to make: Go to and click on Sign Up. Continue Reading


How to create record in route 53 using boto3

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers!!! In this artical, we will see how we can create a record in route 53 using boto3. So, first we will see what route 53 is. Route 53 is a highly available and scalable DNS web service.It gives businesses and developers a cost-effective way to route end users to internet applications by translating the domain names into IP addresses. we need route 53 Continue Reading


How to Create Dashboard in Dynatrace

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will see how to create a dashboard in Dynatrace. Before this we will see what Dynatrace is used for and how to do its setup and configurations.  What is Dynatrace used for? Dynatrace is used for APM(Application Performance Monitoring).  It monitors applications during tests. It can monitor CPU, Response time and Database. Used for monitoring live and store sessions 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

gcp operation suite

Dashboards and alerts in GCP Cloud Operations

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In previous blog we understood the need and role of GCP Cloud monitoring, logging, error debugging and so on. In this blog we will see how we can work with GCP Cloud Operations to create dashboards and alerts to get notified in case of any event happening against our set alert policy. Step-1 :Create a simple instance with Firewalls to allow HTTP traffic Continue Reading

Introduction to Google Cloud Operations Suite

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Readers, Once we have deployment our code to production and the application is in use by large number of users we want to make sure that our application is reliable and highly available to the users. However anything we try, there would be always be some chances of failures. We can’t remove them but we can definitely follow several things to minimise it. In Continue Reading

Diagrams/Architecture as a Code

Reading Time: 3 minutes We’re seeing more and more tools that enable you to create software architecture and other Diagrams as Code. The main benefit of using this concept is that majority of the Diagrams as Code tools can be scripted and integrated into a built pipeline for generating automatic documentation. The other benefit responsible for the growing use of Diagrams as code to create software architecture is that Continue Reading

Create Kubernetes Manifests files Quickly

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this article, we will learn some of the easy and fast methods to create a Kubernetes YAML manifest for testing and deploying applications on Kubernetes. So, whenever we want to deploy anything on Kubernetes then we tend to search for the Kubernetes YAML files. As no one wants to write every line of the YAML file. Let’s look at some of the tips to Continue Reading

How does SRE support DevOps principles & philosophies?

Reading Time: 4 minutes With the growing complexity of application development, organizations are increasingly adopting methodologies that enable reliable, scalable software. DevOps and site reliability engineering (SRE) are two approaches that enhance the product release cycle through enhanced collaboration, automation, and monitoring. Both approaches utilize automation and collaboration to help teams build resilient and reliable software. But there are fundamental differences in what these approaches offer and how they operate. So, Continue Reading


Sidecar Container vs Init Container in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Init containers are special containers that run before main containers run in a pod. Init containers support many of the features of application containers. Sidecar containers are containers that run along with the main container in a pod. You can define any number of sidecar containers to run alongside the main container What is Sidecar Container? A sidecar is just a container that runs on the same Continue Reading


Lambda Vs EC2

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello Readers, In this blog, we’ll learn about Lambda Vs EC2 i.e difference Of Lambda and EC2 in environment,use cases and money firstly we will see what is serverless and EC2 and then ll go through the topics one by one. What is serverless ? This is a way to build and run applications and services without having to manage infrastructure. properities of serverless: Continue Reading

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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