Category Archives for Docker Kubernetes

Container Orchestration

Container Orchestration and Management Options

Container Orchestration is used for managing, scheduling, scaling, storage, and networking for individual containers. In any container orchestration tool, we have to write a configuration file using either YAML or JSON. If you are interested to know more about Container Orchestration, how it works and the different types of Orchestration tools available, click on this […]

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Docker Container Lifecycle Management

Docker Container Lifecycle Management: create, run, pause, stop and delete

Managing the states of Docker container is called Docker Container Lifecycle Management. We have to assure that the containers are up and running, or destroyed if they are of no use anymore. There are different stages when we create a Docker container which is known as Docker Container Lifecycle. If you are interested to know […]

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Docker Storage

Docker Storage: Volume, bind mount, tmpfs, and NFS

Docker simplifies and accelerates our workflow while giving developers the liberty to innovate with their choice of tools, application stacks, and deployment environments for every project. A container is a standard unit of software that packages up code and all its dependencies so the application runs quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another. […]

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Monitoring in Kubernetes

Monitoring in Kubernetes

Kubernetes is ‘hot & trending’ right now. It eliminates many of the manual processes in deploying, scaling, and management of containers across several servers. Monitoring such a tool is just as much important as it gives us insight into our cluster’s current health and helps in determining our application is performance. K8s has its in-built […]

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What are containers

Containers for Beginners: What, Why and Types

Container Technology has become a major trend in software development as an alternative or companion to VM. Containers are a software package into a logical box with everything that the application needs to run. The software package includes an operating system, application code, runtime, system tools, system libraries, and binaries and etc. If you are […]

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CKA vs CKAD vs CKS

CKA vs CKAD vs CKS

Containers are the future! Kubernetes is the one in the spotlight of all the containers available. If you do quick research on the internet, you will find lots of success stories from people about clearing the Kubernetes certifications. The CKA Certification certifies the candidate with the knowledge of administration of Kubernetes, CKAD Certification with the […]

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Monolithic vs Microservices

Monolithic vs Microservices – Difference, Advantages & Disadvantages

Over the past few years, we’ve been teaching Docker & Kubernetes and 1st topic we cover is monolithic vs microservices here’s why- Cloud increasingly replacing data centres and hosting, decomposition of applications into microservices, running on a container infrastructure, managed and orchestrated by Kubernetes, developers, and operations collaborating using DevOps methodologies. To find out all […]

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kubernetes security

Kubernetes Security For Beginner – CKS

Kubernetes is the most used platform among admins. Given the platform’s popularity and high adoption rates, it’s important for developers to ensure that Kubernetes security is always prioritized. To know more about Kubernetes Security check out this blog https://k21academy.com/kubernetessec13 The blog will cover: ▪️ What Is Kubernetes security? ▪️ Kubernetes Security Features ▪️ RBAC ▪️ […]

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Multi Container Pods

Multi Container Pods In Kubernetes

Kubernetes Pods are the smallest deployable unit created and managed by Kubernetes. If you need to run a single container in Kubernetes, then you have to create a pod for it which is nothing but Single Container Pod. If you have to run two or more containers in a pod, then the pod created to […]

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RBAC

RBAC – Role-Based Access Control

Its a technique of regulating access to a computer or network resources based on the roles of individual users within an enterprise. To find out all about Network policies in Kubernetes Check out this blog https://k21academy.com/kubernetessec12. The blog will cover: ▪️What is RBAC in Kubernetes? ▪️Why RBAC? ▪️Authentication and Authorization in RBAC ▪️Role in RBAC […]

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