How to use concept of Networking in Docker ?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction As we gave a basic introduction to Docker in this blog. Docker provides OS independent containers that run in an isolated environment. Docker networking enables these containers to communicate with other containers and other required places like the internet to gain the updates of applications. With the understanding of networking in Docker, we can create custom networks for our containers as per the requirements. Continue Reading

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Basics of DDoS attack

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, Denial of a Service also known as DDoS is a type of Distributed Network Attack. This kind of attack makes the application or website flooded with multiple fake requests which makes the website unavailable for some or all users. In this blog, we will see the basics of a DDoS attack and understand how it works. What is DDoS Attack? How DDoS attack Continue Reading

How to set up an HTTP Load Balancer in GCP

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Hi everyone! Today in this blog, we’ll learn how to set up an HTTP Load Balancer in GCP. As a prerequisite, you can check out my previous blog where I demonstrated how you can set up a network load balancer in GCP. How it works HTTP(S) Load Balancing is implemented on Google Front End (GFE). GFEs are distributed globally and operate together using Google’s global Continue Reading

How to set up a Network Load Balancer in GCP

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi everyone! Today in this blog we’ll be learning how to set up a Network Load Balancer in GCP. Before starting, let’s quickly brush up on our basic concepts. What is a Load Balancer? Simply speaking, a load balancer is something that distributes user traffic across multiple instances of your application. Load balancing reduces the risk that your application faces by spreading the load resulting Continue Reading


Exposing Container Ports in Docker

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, Docker is an open source platform adopted widely to ease the developing, shipping, and running applications. Docker has a object named containers isolates the applications from the infrastructure and avoids any external affect on the development environment. In this blog we will see some network part of containers. We will see how to enable communication of the container to the outside world or Continue Reading

How to setup NFS server in 5 minutes on Linux

Reading Time: 2 minutes NFS (Network File System) allows you to share directories and files with other Linux clients over the same network space. Shared directories are created where the NFS server is running. Admins add files and directories in an exported directory, which are shared with other NFS clients that are other Linux systems. Users in other Linux systems can access those files and folders which are shared 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

Networking in Google Cloud Platform

Reading Time: 6 minutes Virtual Private Cloud Network or simply network is a virtual version of a physical network. In Google Cloud Networking, networks provide data connections into and out of cloud resources – mostly Compute Engine instances. Securing the networks is critical to securing the data and controlling access to the resources. Google Cloud Networking achieves flexible and logical isolation of unrelated resources through its different levels.

Introduction to Iptables in Linux

Reading Time: 5 minutes Iptable is the built-in linux firewall which includes some conditions, known as rules, according to which the traffic is allowed on the machine.

Scala-IOT : What is Mqtt ? How it is lightweight ?

Reading Time: 4 minutes We have already stepped in the world of IOT ! And if you do find it fascinating then stay tuned to this series , or you can signup for our newsletter so you can directly get a message in your inbox whenever it is published ! So we established our basic understanding in our last blog post of what is IOT and how it is Continue Reading