In this post, we will see how does Kubernetes application uses a side-car container to its advantage to implementing new features. More information about what is sidecar container and how it can be used can be found here For getting into the depth of this topic we will go into the depth of the container
Author: Rahul Sinha
What is Optimistic Concurrency? How does is it help to scale the Kubernetes cluster?
In this blog post, we will know how does optimistic concurrency helps Kubernetes to scale and accommodate more and more plugins into it. We will also try to give you certain examples in order for us to understand them better. Brief about Kubernetes. Kubernetes is an orchestration tool which helps us to orchestrate different application
Why you need DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and how it works
The first draft of DHCP was written in October 1993. Lets time travel and go to a time where there is no DHCP. Lets have a look at the why you need DHCP. It is very important as it provide the machines their identity to be on the network grid. DHCPD is a server for
Design Pattern and its usefulness in programming systems.
This is a blog series is dedicated for Design Pattern and its usefulness in programming systems. We will discuss in detail about each and every design pattern. We will try to answer the most essential questions Why? How? Where? What. We will try to implement these design pattern in nodejs and golang. Writing a code is
Mutable vs Immutable datastructures: Pros and Cons
Mutable vs Immutable datastructures are part of most of the programming languages so it is important to know how they behave, their strong and weak points. This blog is divided into two parts and it will talk about difference between the two parts. First part majorly deals with the benefits and drawbacks of immutability. Lets