In this article on basics of Kubernetes, we will talk about what is deployment and its uses. If you have missed the previous article you can find them on this series on basics on Kubernetes. What is deployment in Kubernetes? In Kubernetes, with help of deployment, you can easily control the rollout and updates of
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What exactly is a POD? Basics on Kubernetes
In our previous article on Kubernetes we talked about how kube proxy works, control plane, node components, kubelet and etcd. In this article, we are going to take a look at what exactly is a pod in Kubernetes. What is a pod? A pod is a group of containers and is the most basic deployable
DevOps Interview Questions: What is a context switch and its impact on Linux.
In the last article, we talked about what is /proc file system and how you can see different information there. If you miss the article you can read it below. In this article, we are going to see what exactly is a context switch and what are its impact. What is a context switch? A
DevOps Interview Questions: What do you know about proc filesystem in Linux.
When you are giving interviews where you know you will be asked Linux. You can bet heavily on this question. This is one of the most basic questions that can be asked. In this article, we are going to see what is the answer to this question. What does /proc Directory contains? Let’s do a
What exactly does cloud-native mean?
This is the era of cloud computing and everyone is using it. Cloud computing has given the power of scalability in your hands On the other hand it has made deployments a bit tougher. Sitting at one end of the scalability spectrum. You can read about the two extremes of scalability here. They provide power
The math behind public-key cryptography which is also used in SSH.
There is a very basic tool that everyone uses that works with servers and infrastructure. It is ssh, ssh uses both symmetric and public-key cryptography to keep the data safe in transit. In this article, we are going to talk about the math behind public-key cryptography. Public-key cryptography depends on the prime numbers and large
What is a service mesh? Is it born with Kubernetes?
Hi, in our recent few articles we are talking about basic Kubernetes and we talked about how Kube proxy works, what is a control plane, what is an etcd, and what are node components of Kubernetes. If you missed the articles you can find them below. In this article, we are going to look into
3 must-read books for Kubernetes users and developers
In our previous article, we talked about 5 must-read books for DevOps and SRE which I have read and found very interesting and knowledgeable. If you missed the post you can find it here. In this article, we will talk about few books which I loved a lot and have read either fully or partially
5 must-read books for DevOps and SRE.
You all must always be searching for good books to read. In this post, we are going to talk about some great reads in computer science and technology space. Here I will be writing about books that I have read completely or partially. If you missed reading 3 must-read books for Kubernetes you can find
The two extremes of scalability and what you have to consider while using them.
Scaling is the term everyone must have heard of if you are working in the IT industry. So what exactly is scaling, we are not going to discuss scaling in-depth instead we will see the very basics of scaling and the two extremes of scalability. What is scalability? Scalability is the property of the system