@divya_mohan0209 shared a post, 23 hours ago
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Getting started with K8s in 2022

Kubernetes

Kubernetes has been around for almost 7 years as of 2022. While its ecosystem has evolved with a plethora of fantastic resources in the form of documentation (shameless self-plug, I know), blogposts, videos, podcasts, and courses, there still is a pretty high entry level barrier if you’re entirely new to it. A majority of the questions I’ve received are around the very first step to be taken while learning and what is a good way to get started. This is a compilation I wish I had when I got started and I hope you find it useful.

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@adediwura shared a post, 1 day ago

Getting Started with Docker Containers pt.2

Docker

This blog post is a continuation of this blog post where I attempted to give an introduction of Microservices and Docker containers. In this post we are going to delve deeper into Docker containers and get hands-on practice which should give a better understanding.

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@adediwura shared a post, 1 day ago

Getting Started With Docker Containers

Docker

Every once in a while a new paradigm shift comes along that changes or brings another approach to the way software development is done. The “new” paradigm shift I will be talking about in this article is Containers.

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@maddiefitz shared a post, 1 week, 3 days ago

Deploying a Custom Docker Image Using Nginx and Saving it to Amazon ECR

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In this tutorial, I am going to be creating an image with a file that will tell you the time of day the container has been deployed using Nginx.

@sconaomi shared a post, 1 month, 1 week ago

Are Containers Always the Best Way to Save Money and Provide More Agility?

From time to time, it is good to review the solutions that make up your infrastructure.

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@achmadafriza shared a post, 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Docker, Containerization, and It’s Weirdness

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This article is written for part of the Software Engineering Project course in University of Indonesia. Any information put here may or may not be complete and should not be used as youronlyguideline.

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@corewide shared a post, 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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Securing a Container: How to Clean Up Docker Images and Why Limit Runtimes

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Containers have rocked the software engineering world not less than DevOps practices. Containers are fantastic — deployable everywhere, they let you run previously incompatible setups on the same servers and move projects between servers smoothly. However, there’s always a price to pay — container environments require an understanding of core fundamentals to run containers securely.

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@luiscosta_brochado shared a post, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Software developer, MerkleDACH

C# — Remote package management

Using Sonatype Nexus 3 as a NuGet artifacts repository

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@eon01 shared a podcast episode, 2 months ago, in FAUN
Founder, FAUN

Securing Kubernetes: The Paranoid Guide

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It's a sunny May afternoon in a Barcelona KubeCon. Liz Rice is on the stage discussing penetration testing in Kubernetes.

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@eon01 shared a podcast episode, 8 months, 3 weeks ago, in FAUN
Founder, FAUN

From Abacus to Containers - A Brief History of Computing

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We live in a world built by our collective ingenuity and imagination. We see further and more than our predecessors, not because of keener vision or greater heights but because we are standing on the shoulders of giants that came before us.
The Japanese word "sensei" literally means the person who came before.

From Abacus to Containers - A Brief History of Computing