Technology: Devops

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How to use modules in Terraform?

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will learn about terraform modules with the help of an example. What are modules? Modules in terraform, allow using various resources together as a group. Also, these resources are reusable. They are available to use for other configurations as well. A module can be any configuration file with a (.tf) extension in the directory. Every module usually contains 3 files- Continue Reading

Consul Connect integration with Kubernetes

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello, Readers hope all are doing well and liked my previous blogs on various DevOps tools and practices. If you have not gone through these blogs you can click here for them. Now in this blog, we will be on the journey of understanding consul connect as service mesh and consul connect integration with Kubernetes. So before we start our journey of consul Connect integration with Kubernetes Continue Reading

DevOps Audit As A Service Picture

How to use the free DevOps Audit as a Service from Knoldus

Reading Time: 3 minutes The DevOps Audit and Its Capability Maturity Model DevOps Audit DevOps Audit is the measurement to find the state of DevOps Culture and Practice in a Software development environment. Since DevOps is increasingly becoming part of the IT industrial cycle of software development, it ought to have a proper measurement to boost the product cycle by improving through required points generated after an Audit. The Continue Reading

How to deploy an S3 Bucket in AWS- using Terraform

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will create a Terraform Script for deploying an s3 bucket in AWS. S3 bucket is a simple storage service in the AWS cloud. It allows to store and access any amount of data. It stores all the data as objects, that is, it is an object-based storage service. Using a terraform script, the entire infrastructure can be managed by declaring all Continue Reading

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How to setup VPC via Terraform

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will create a Terraform script for setting up the VPC in aws. VPC enables us to launch the aws resources into a virtual network that we define. It is logically isolated from other virtual networks in the AWS Cloud. You can specify an IP address range for the VPC, add subnets, associate security groups, and configure route tables. Terraform scripts enables Continue Reading

Introducing the concept of Dagger in CI/CD

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction Dagger is an open-source devkit for CICD. It works using two open-source tools Cuelang and BuildKit from Docker. In addition, architecture is of the same concept as that of docker, Client-Server architecture. But, instead of docker, dagger daemon engine runs on any container runtime. Prerequistes A computer system with any OS with Internet. Docker daemon installed on system Installing Dagger Here we will be Continue Reading

How to integrate Liquibase into your application

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Hi everyone! Today we’ll be discussing about how you can integrate Liquibase into your application so that it automatically updates your database. That is especially interesting when you build smaller applications that don’t run in a highly regulated enterprise environment. In these situations, it’s often not possible to run the update process yourself. And there might be no operations team which executes the SQL Continue Reading

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How to use AWS PrivateLink via AWS console

Reading Time: 5 minutes Introduction to AWS Privatelink To enable a private connection to services hosted in different VPC within the same AWS account or in different AWS accounts, we use AWS PrivateLink. It enables us to connect our VPC privately to supported AWS services, services hosted by other AWS accounts (VPC endpoint services), and supported AWS Marketplace partner services. We need not to use an Internet Gateway, NAT Continue Reading

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How to use Docker image for multi-CPU architecture

Reading Time: 3 minutes Have you come across a situation where you were unable to run a docker container because it did not support your CPU architecture? If yes, then this is the right blog for you to follow and to allow your container to run as expected. I mostly use amd based architectures as my host machines to host my containerized applications, but I recently shifted few of Continue Reading


How To Add Pull Request Build Status Rule Before Merge In Github Multibranch Jenkins Project

Reading Time: 5 minutes Prerequisite Knowledge About Pull Requests and Merge on SCM like Github Jenkins and Jenkinsfile Multibranch Strategies on a Git Project Introduction Whenever we build a project in a team or collaboration, Continous Integration of the work is an essential part of the project. The automation tools like Jenkins, Github Actions, Circle CI are quite useful tools for the DevOps group. The new changes require testing Continue Reading

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How to use AWS Bottlerocket

Reading Time: 2 minutes AWS Bottlerocket is an open source, Linux-based OS. It is built specifically to run containers. It reduces the operational cost by automating updates to your container infrastructure. How is Bottlerocket different from other OS AMI’s? Bottlerocket includes only the essential software to run containers. This helps in the following: it Improves the resource usage Reduces security attack surface Reduces management overhead It also integrates with Continue Reading

Kubernetes Backup and Restoration with K10

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hello Readers, Today the majority of organisations adopted micro services architecture and the rest are planning to migrate to it one of the important reasons for this is making their application highly available to consumers. For this reason many organisations use the kubernetes platform so that they will have high availability with zero downtime as kubernetes has many important key features like Replication, Load Balancing, Continue Reading