Category Archives for Docker Kubernetes

Create a multi node Kubernetes Cluster on suse linux

Setting up a Kubernetes (K8s) cluster on SUSE Linux

πŸ“Œ Setting up a Kubernetes (K8s) cluster on SUSE Linux involves configuring a master node and multiple worker nodes. πŸ“Œ Using tools like kubeadm, kubectl, and containerd, administrators can initialize the cluster, join nodes, and manage K8s resources. πŸ“Œ SUSE Linux’s robust security features and efficient resource management make it a reliable choice for orchestrating […]

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Kubernetes DaemonSets

Kubernetes DaemonSets: Everything you should know

πŸ“Œ Kubernetes DaemonSets is a powerful tool for maintaining consistency and uniformity across your cluster. πŸ“Œ They help automate the deployment of specific pods to every node, making them indispensable for tasks like logging, monitoring, security, and resource management. πŸ“Œ When a DaemonSet is instantiated, Kubernetes orchestrates the creation of an associated pod on every […]

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Docker Compose to Kubernetes

Docker Compose to Kubernetes: Step-by-Step Migration

πŸ“Œ Moving from Docker Compose to Kubernetes offers several advantages, especially when considering more complex and production-oriented applications. πŸ“Œ While Docker Compose is a useful tool for managing simple containerized applications on a single host, Kubernetes provides a more robust and scalable solution for managing containerized applications in a distributed environment. πŸ‘‰ Check out our […]

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Database Management In DevOps

Database Management In DevOps: Everything You Should Know

πŸ“Œ Automate database deployments and updates using infrastructure-as-code tools, ensuring consistency and repeatability across different environments in your DevOps pipeline. πŸ“Œ Implement version control for database schema changes, enabling collaboration, traceability, and easy rollbacks as part of your DevOps practices. πŸ€” Want to learn more about Database Management In DevOps?? πŸ‘‰ Check out our blog […]

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ReplicaSet in Kubernetes

ReplicaSet in Kubernetes: An Overview

πŸ“Œ A ReplicaSet is a Kubernetes resource used to maintain a specified number of identical pod replicas within a cluster. As it provides functionality for scaling and ensuring high availability of application pods. πŸ“Œ ReplicaSet automatically detect and recover from module failures by creating new replicas to replace the failed ones, ensuring that the desired […]

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Kubernetes node maintenance

Kubernetes Node Maintenance: Best Practices

πŸ“Œ Kubernetes Node Maintenance is an essential part of running a Kubernetes cluster. It is the process of keeping Kubernetes nodes healthy and running smoothly. πŸ“Œ In terms of node maintenance, we must all expect computing resources, such as physical servers or cloud instances, to require downtime for maintenance chores such as hardware upgrades, operating […]

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kubectl cheat sheet

Kubernetes (Kubectl) Cheatsheet: Essential Commands for Managing Your Clusters

πŸš€ Master Kubernetes cluster management with our latest blog post! πŸš€ πŸ“Œ Our “Kubernetes Cheatsheet” blog covers all the essential commands you need to know for managing your containerized applications with ease. πŸ“Œ From creating and updating clusters to managing pods, services, deployments, scaling, and ingress, this cheatsheet is a must-have tool for developers and […]

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Solving Kubectl commands results in error: exec plugin: invalid apiVersion?

πŸ“Œ This blog post discusses the problem and solution that very few of us encountered while running the kubectl command. πŸ“Œ We often see an error message that reads β€œerror: exec plugin: invalid apiVersionβ€³ while using kubectl. πŸ€“ So, Want to learn how the error can be fixed? ➑ Checkout this blog-Β  , […]

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kubernetes in production

Kubernetes in Production: Top 10 actions you should take

πŸ“Œ The technology of containers and Kubernetes is ruling the job market. When working in IT, one should be familiar with Kubernetes from DevOps in order to obtain a higher-paying job. πŸ“Œ Kubernetes must fulfil a number of requirements in order to be ready for production. It must also have built-in disaster recovery capabilities, be […]

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Kubernetes Custom Resource Definition (CRDs): A Complete Overview

Kubernetes Custom Resource Definition (CRDs): A Complete Overview

πŸ“Œ Using Kubernetes CustomResourceDefinitions(CRDs), you can expand the Kubernetes API to achieve the desired results . πŸ“Œ The process for defining a custom resource is called custom resource definition. This is an effective way to go beyond the Kubernetes installation by default. πŸ“Œ When you create a new CustomResourceDefinition, the Kubernetes API Server creates a […]

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