Devops

How To Automate Jira Ticket Transitioning And Comments?

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this article, we will talk about how to automate Jira ticket transitioning and comments. Whether you have an existing Jira project workflow or you are creating one from scratch, you need to set up automation for basic things like transitioning the ticket, automated comments, auto-close, etc. Your project workflow might have tools that go beyond Jira and having all those connected to Jira is Continue Reading

How To Run Custom Binaries On AWS Lambda? [2 Ways]

Reading Time: 2 minutes When you get into serverless more, you get tempted to know how to run custom binaries on AWS Lambda because AWS Lambda does not support every framework or runtime so you have to create your own makeshift solutions using the currently available runtimes. Before we go on and add our own binaries, we first need to learn about AWS Lambda and how it actually works. Continue Reading

How To Put Event Data On AWS Event Bus Using Lambda?

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this article, we will talk about how to put event data on AWS event bus using Lambda. This article will help you adapt serverless architecture as it involves one of the standard core data flow models that involve API Gateway, Lambda, and a data processing service such as AWS EventBridge in our case. Throughout the article, we will be taking the help of AWS Continue Reading

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AWS API Gateway custom domain in Cloudflare

Reading Time: 3 minutes Cloudflare is basically one of the largest networks of edge servers and millions of websites use Cloudflare DNS to host their website. It is very easy to use and get started. Cloudflare is a large network of servers that can improve the security, performance, and reliability of anything connected to the Internet. In this blog, we will dive deep into how we can provide a custom domain name Continue Reading

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Deploy Keptn using Kubernetes(K8s)

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog we will quickly go through the steps to deploy Keptn with the help of replication controllers in Kubernetes !! So lets dive in 🙂 What is Keptn? Keptn is an open source control plane to build cloud-native, industry-driven continous delivery systems. According to Dynatrace, Keptn augments any standard Kubernetes cluster to support delivery based on automated quality gates and self-healing operations workflows. Continue Reading

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How to use Kiali with Istio to apply service mesh rules ?

Reading Time: 6 minutes Introduction This blog is development to the previous blog “Istio and Kubernetes Relationship”. That blog was about Service Mesh and Use of Istio with Kubernetes. In last part where we were able to monitor the flow of traffic using Kiali and Istio on the Kubernetes Cluster. Now we apply every feature of service mesh as defined in the blog “A quick guide to service mesh” Continue Reading

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How to create and delete static pod

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of How to create and delete static pod in kubernates.This guide presupposes that you have a fundamental knowledge of Kubernetes and how pods operate. Introduction Static pods are directly managed by kubelet daemon on a specific node, without API server observing it. It doesn’t have a replication controller linked with it; instead, the kubelet daemon keeps track Continue Reading

How to Reduce K8s cost with KubeCost & InfraCost

Reading Time: 3 minutes How much do we spend on other #Cloud resources? Can we break down the price per team, #services, namespaces, and other groups? Are #KubeCost and #InfraCost the answer to those questions? KubeCost Kubecost helps you to monitor and manage the cost and also the capacity in Kubernetes environments.It helps you integrate various tools with your infrastructure to help your team track, manage, and reduce the overall cost. Kubecost Overview Dashboard Overview will Continue Reading

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How to Encrypt Kubernetes Secrets with Sealed Secrets?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Why Sealed Secrets? As we know, Secrets in Kubernetes are used to store sensitive data, like password, keys, certificates and token. Secrets are encoded in base64 and automatically decoded when they are attached and read by a Pod. A secret in Kubernetes cluster is encoded in base64 but not encrypted! These data are “only” encoded so if a user has access to your secrets, he can simply execute Continue Reading

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How to Deploy a Nginx Web server using Pulumi

Reading Time: 3 minutes Good day, Readers! In this blog, we’ll look at how to deploy a Nginx Web server with Pulumi. Before you begin using pulumi, you should be familiar with Kubernetes workloads. What is Pulumi? Pulumi is an open-source infrastructure as code tool that simplifies the provisioning and management of cloud resources by utilising the most popular programming languages. Pulumi, which was founded in 2017, has fundamentally Continue Reading

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Getting Started With New Relic and Kubernetes

Reading Time: 3 minutes Good day, Readers! In this blog, we will look at how to begin monitoring the performance of apps and infrastructure with New Relic.. What is New Relic? New Relic is observability software, which allows teams to monitor the performance of their apps and infrastructure. Part of creating a successful application is ensuring that it remains operational after you construct it. Teams need insight into the Continue Reading

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How to configure horizontal pod autoscaling

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello readers, I’ll be covering about the details of what is horizontal pod autoscaling and how to configure horizontal pod autoscaling. Horizontal Pod Autoscaling In order to automatically scale the workload to meet demand, a HorizontalPodAutoscaler automatically modifies a workload resource such as a deployment, replica set or statefulset. The HorizontalPodAutoscaler informs the workload resource (the Deployment, StatefulSet, or other similar resource) to scale back Continue Reading

How To Create & Manage Kubernetes Cluster Using Linode

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers ! Hope you all are doing well . Today, I am here with the new topic to learn that is Linode. So In this blog we’ll see the basic Introduction of Linode and How To Create & Manage Kubernetes Cluster Using Linode . So Let’s get start !!! INTRODUCTION What Is Linode ? Linode is a cloud hosting provider focused on providing Linux-based virtual machines to support Continue Reading