CKA vs. CKAD and Do you Really Need Them?

Certification, in general, is more like a legal tender to show that a person is knowledgeable in something of a particular aspect, particularly in Kubernetes for CKA and CKAD. A certification is, in many cases, a booster when applying for jobs. It is pretty logical that a candidate applying for a Kubernetes role with a …

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History, Principles, and implementation of SRE

Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) refers to a set of practices incorporated into operations using the same approach used in software building.SRE implementation in a company fast track growth by providing seamless operations between the various teams in the organization. It is often done by introducing automation or structure that streamlines the effort and focus of …

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How No-code and Low-code can transform your organization

Using some no-code/low-code platforms, you can drive positive changes in the software development workflow in your organization. DevOps is also adopting the use of these platforms for increased speed and automation. Looking at no-code/low-code from the perspective of a business owner, it is a very empowering technology that will help you get things done quickly …

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What are the alternatives to S3?

Object Storage has given us an edge for storing data over File-based and Block-based storage. It has given the ease of accessibility to store and retrieve data quicker than other storage technologies in many use cases. But the popular storage providers might be applying some backbreaking charges, and we need an alternative. Sometimes Amazon S3 …

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The Developer’s Guide to GitOps

DevOps simplified system management for both gitops and dev teams by introducing infrastructure as code (IaC). This helped define infrastructure, configuration, network, and every other system environment parameter as code. The introduction of IaC made defining all system environments like, Kubernetes manifests, Terraform templates, and modules in a file easy, instead of manually creating your …

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NoCode In a Nutshell

Technological advancement and DevOps are getting adopted so fast that all developers will need to have all hands on deck to satisfy everyone. The introduction of the NoCode concept has alleviated much of the obstruction in DevOps adoption by many enterprises. NoCode has made organizations become DevOps elite and build automated application delivery pipelines to …

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Blue-Green Deployment Explained

What is blue-green deployment? Blue-green deployment is an application deployment strategy that aims to ensure uninterrupted uptime for the users when shifting between versions. This can be a rollout of a new application version or a rollback after detecting bugs. How blue-green deployment works? A blue-green deployment consists of two identical production environments: a green …

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Canary Release Explained

What is a canary release? The canary release concept comes from the 1920s coal mining industry. Back then, miners would carry caged canaries to help test the oxygen levels in the mines. If the canary died, it was a sign that there was too much carbon monoxide and they would leave the mine immediately. In …

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The Most Popular Open Source Load Testing Tools

What is Load Testing? As a developer, you may not notice that the same application that takes some milliseconds to respond in your local development environment, may take seconds in a real production environment unless you test. Testing is the key to many problems in software engineering. In order to increase the average response time …

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Continuous Deployment vs Continuous Delivery. What’s the difference?

Continuous deployment VS continuous delivery? What’s best for you, The answer lies in the details we are sharing with you in this article. We examined the differences between continuous deployment and continuous delivery from a technical, organizational, and business point of view. Read on to discover more. Body In today’s world, it is possible to …

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