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@gpetrousov shared a post, 1 month ago
PetrouSoft - a Hacker's mindset company

I joined Container Days 2022

Here’s what I learned

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@okzapradhana shared a post, 2 months ago
Data Engineer, Xendit

Introduction to Docker and Kubernetes: Part I

Few explanations about Docker, differences between Image and Container and Overview of Kubernetes Concept

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@apotitech shared a post, 2 months, 1 week ago
CEO, apotitech

Managing Docker containers using Terraform on Windows 10

Today we will be looking at how to manage Docker containers on W10 using Terraform the IAC tool.

Terraform & Docker on W10
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@boldlink shared a post, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
AWS DevOps Consultancy, Boldlink

What is Amazon DocumentDB?

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@boldlink shared a post, 6 months, 3 weeks ago
AWS DevOps Consultancy, Boldlink

AWS Intro – 3. Security

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@danielpa_n shared a post, 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Founder, dynamic_qr

Ghost on Docker with Traefik

In this Article, I will show you how to host your own Ghost Instance with Docker and use Traefik as a Reverse Proxy.

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@phicygni shared a post, 9 months, 4 weeks ago
Software Engineer, Phi Cygni

A complete Prometheus based email monitoring system using docker compose

Need help setting up a monitoring system? Here’s a complete, easy to deploy, dockerised monitoring system for a local development environment with email alerts.

The open source software Prometheus is an effective and reliable way of monitoring a software service like a web application. It will monitor your service and notify you when it goes down. In addition Prometheus also collects numerous kinds of metric data from the target for diagnostics and display purposes. Presented below is a convenient and reliable docker compose script with a complete ensemble of components useful for running a complete Prometheus monitoring system in a local environment for evaluation and integration testing purposes. Be operational with one docker command. Included in the compose design are containers for Prometheus, Prometheus Alertmanager, Mailhog (a test SMTP server) and some Python code acting as a target to be continuously monitored. Prometheus is also able to monitor code developed in Node, Java, Ruby, Go, Rust, C++, C# and PHP to name a few [3]. Easily update the compose script to incorporate your particular service to be monitored.

Need help setting up a monitoring system? Here’s a complete, easy to deploy, dockerised monitoring system for a local development environment with email alerts.
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@divya_mohan0209 shared a post, 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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Getting started with K8s in 2022

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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@andrew44ashraf shared a post, 10 months, 2 weeks ago
@trella-app

Detect crashes in your Kubernetes cluster using kwatch and Slack

Monitor all changes in your Kubernetes(K8s) cluster & detects crashes in your running apps in real time