DevOps

Magic of Namespaces in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 3 minutes Being a container-orchestration system for automating application deployment, Kubernetes is adopted and highly practiced by many teams and that is where namespaces emerge. Namespaces in Kubernetes enables smooth and secure management with effective usage of isolated resources without overlapping. As it becomes important for a cluster manager or a cluster-admin to split numerous cluster components or objects or resources into smaller distinct groups. What is Continue Reading

How to Integrate JMeter into Jenkins

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hey Guys, I hope you are doing well in this pandemic of COVID-19.  Let’s move to the next blog in a series of performance testing. In my earlier blogs, we came to know about creating scripts in JMeter and working with them. Now in this blog, we will learn how to Integrate JMeter into Jenkins Basically, we will execute the JMeter script through/CD tool. Now Continue Reading

Use of Init-Container in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 3 minutes This is the era of containerization and orchestration where the majority of the applications are following the trend of running on a container which is further deployed in a Kubernetes cluster. Init-container in Kubernetes is a special type of container that runs to completion before the main app’s container and the pod will repeatedly restart until all of them succeed. Why init-Containers ? It’s sometimes Continue Reading

Cheat Sheet – Git

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello everyone, in this blog I’m going to discuss different git commands. I hope this Cheat Sheet – Git will be helpful to you and will clear some doubts if you have regarding any command. So, let’s begin! Installing Git To start, first, we need to install git. Following are the simple commands to do that: Configure After installing git you have to configure user Continue Reading

Backup and Restoring In Jenkins

Reading Time: 4 minutes If you are using Jenkins for a while then you must be aware about the importance of jobs related data and what can happen when the data is lost. This blog provides some ways through which backup and restoring in Jenkins can be carried out. The data loss can be the result of hardware or software failure, data corruption, or a human-caused event, or accidental Continue Reading

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Migration to cloud: What organizations need to know?

Reading Time: 2 minutes By 2025, 80% of enterprises intend to migrate from on-premise data centers to colocation, hosting, and the cloud, thus preparing for shutdowns of legacy data centers. Gartner With the COVID-19 crisis, companies have their eyes on cost optimization. Migrating to the cloud is becoming an obvious choice for companies as implementation costs are minimal, ROI is easier to predict, storage is less expensive, and businesses Continue Reading

Docker Networking(Bridge-Network)

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog we gone see how two containers can communicate with each other using the concept of Docker Networking. One of the most important thing that docker containers and services are so powerful is that you can connect them together. Let’s imagine you have two application one is front-end application and second one id back-end and you created two containers one for each. By Continue Reading

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Docker manifest – A peek into image’s manifest.json files

Reading Time: 4 minutes docker manifest – An experimental feature ! The image manifest provides a configuration and a set of layers for a container image. This is an experimental feature. To enable this feature in the Docker CLI, one can edit the config.json file found in ~/.docker/config.json like : What is ‘docker manifest’ ? The docker manifest command does not work independently to perform any action. In order Continue Reading

KSnow: Know about Cloning in Snowflake

Reading Time: 2 minutes This blog pertains to Cloning feature in Snowflake, and I will explain you all the things you need to know about these features with practical example. So let’s get started. Zero Copy Clone Cloning also Snowflake as Zero Copy Clone in Snowflake. It used to create a copy of a Table or Schema or a Database. In most database, in order to make a copy Continue Reading

KSnow: Time Travel and Fail-safe in Snowflake

Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog pertains to Time Travel and Fail-safe in Snowflake, and I will explain you all the things you need to know about these features with practical example. So let’s get started. Introduction to Time Travel Snowflake allows accessing historical data of a point in the past that may have been modified or deleted at the current time. Using time travel functionality a number of Continue Reading

Working of Package Manager in Linux

Reading Time: 3 minutes Package Manager is used to automating the process of installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing programs. There are many Package Manager today for Unix/Linux-based systems. Package Managers are available in different languages like python, ruby, etc. What is package A package is simply an archive that combines all the libraries and binaries ,configuration and all the dependencies required to install the programs (i.e application, software or languages) General Workflow As Continue Reading

Deploying application onto GCE using codeship

Reading Time: 3 minutes Codeship Basic uses fast, performant VMs with preinstalled technology stacks to make it super easy and fast to get started running a CI/CD pipeline. We already deploy the application on GCE by creating a VM instance. If you have no idea about that you can refer it from here. I personally experienced that whenever new version of the application occurs or any new feature added Continue Reading