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Category Archives: Kubernetes

In this article, we are going to install a self-hosted Gitea server on top of Azure Kubernetes Service with Helm and set up a git… Read More
During Development, developers have to debug their applications to resolve code problems. In order to debug a java application which is deployed on remote machine… Read More
Many times we want to monitor our application’s CPU utilization, background thread behavior, and most importantly memory consumptions for tasks that deal with loads for… Read More
The ClusterIP provides a load-balanced IP address. One or more pods that match a label selector can forward traffic to the IP address. The ClusterIP… Read More
So here we are basically discussing what is Kubernetes and Docker, what is the difference between them, how they work, and also discussing some points… Read More
Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration framework that was originally developed by Google. So now, the question arises, “what’s container orchestration?”. Container orchestration is automation.… Read More
A pod is a group of one or more containers and is the smallest deployable unit in Kubernetes.  A node is a representation of a… Read More
Kubernetes is an open-source framework for managing containerized workloads and services that allows declarative configuration as well as automation. It has a huge and fast-expanding… Read More
You can install and configure Kubernetes in different ways on your personal laptops, physical servers, Virtual machines, and as a cloud service. Before moving ahead… Read More
There is a new way of developing software apps using a microservices architecture. That’s when all the buzz around containers and container orchestration has increased… Read More

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