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306 Stories To Learn About Docker

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Let's learn about Docker via these 306 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

This is containerization space!

1. Today I Learned: Pull Docker Image from GCR (Google Container Registry) in any non-GCP Kubernetes…

How to a pull Docker Image from GCR in any non-GCP Kubernetes cluster

2. Nginx + Docker: How to Get Html Page Up With Local Domain Name

I will setup a very simple html page with docker and nginx.

3. Nginx + PHP + Docker: How To Get PHP Page Up With Local Domain Name

I will setup a very simple php page with docker and nginx.

4. MariaDB + Phpmyadmin + Docker: Running Local Database

I will get MariaDB and Phpmyadmin running in a docker container. I will reuse folder setup and all files from previous recipe - 02.

5. You Should Use Alpine Linux Instead of Ubuntu

Alpine linux is a linux distribution primarily made for the deploying application on linux distribution and is a rising competitor for the Ubuntu. Alpine Linux is designed for security, simplicity and resource effectivity. It is designed to run directly from RAM.

6. Docker Image Optimization - Lean Docker Images for Next.JS

Using multi-stage builds to optimize production Docker image for faster deployment.

7. Get PHP Composer to Run On Docker Container [A How To Guide]

I have a php docker container, that runs my app, and I need to start using Composer to install a php package. What is the best way to approach it?

8. Mount file to Kubernetes Pod Without Deleting the Existing File

What I learned about Kubernetes when trying to mount config maps into a docker container that already have an existing file in the same directory.

9. How To Debug PHP Container With Xdebug And PhpStorm

I will setup a very simple php page and debug it using xdebug and PhpStorm.

10. How To Make Docker Images with Jenkins Pipelines

Jenkins Pipeline is a powerful tool when you are using Jenkins to automate your deployments. Flexible and customized actions split between stages are a good reason to try this feature.

11. 10+ Best Resources to learn DevOps in Depth [Online Courses]

DevOps is one of the most in-demand skills from employer and there are many job opportunities lying for full stack developers, distinguished engineers and DevOps professionals. If you are an experienced Java programmer or a full-stack web developer, and want to become a DevOps engineer then you have come to the right place.

12. How To Deploy A Secure Django Application on Kubernetes

Deploy Django on Kubernetes in a few clicks without even Dockerizing your application.

13. How Automatically Scan Docker Images For Vulnerabilities Using Amazon Elastic Container Registry

When using Docker to run applications security is a major concern, but it can sometimes be easy to forget as we focus first on functionality. This doesn't need to be the case, as AWS Elastic Container Registry (ECR) can now be setup to automatically scan images on push, and provide feedback on any vulnerabilities that need to be addressed.

14. A Better Way to Develop Node.js with Docker

And Keep Your Hot Code Reloading

15. Level Triggering and Reconciliation in Kubernetes

How Kubernetes manages your cluster with systems programming concepts

16. How To Create Golang REST API: Project Layout Configuration [Part 1]

During past couple of years I have worked on few projects written in GO. I noticed that the biggest challenge developers are facing is lack of constraints or standards when it comes to project layout. I'd like to share some findings and patterns that have worked best for me and my team. For better understanding I'll go through steps of creating a simple REST API.

17. Distroless Containers: Hype or True Value?

The goal

18. MySQL Master-Slave Replication using Docker

In this article I want to share my experience of how to setup MySQL replication locally with using Docker.

19. How To Run Docker Linux Containers Natively on Windows

With Docker Desktop running on WSL 2, users can leverage Linux workspaces and avoid having to maintain both Linux and Windows build scripts.

How is it different?

20. A Tale of Two (Docker Multi-Stage Build) Layers

21. Why We Love Docker and Best Practices for DevOps

Every company is becoming a software company these days, and there is so much happening around making software development occur at record speeds.

22. The Noonification: The Destroyer (12/29/2022)

12/29/2022: Top 5 stories on the Hackernoon homepage!

23. Introducing Docketeer 3.0: A Helpful Tool to Manage Docker Containers

Docketeer is an open-source, distributed, monitoring service for maintaining Docker container health

24. How to Run a Microsoft .NET Docker Image in C#

Docker has become an essential tool in modern software development, providing an efficient and portable way to package and distribute applications.

25. 3 Simple Steps to Run Redis Docker in CentOS or Linux Machine

Let's discuss the easiest way of setting up the Redis Docker image using the Docker container.

26. 7 Best Docker Alternatives in 2022

A list of decent Docker alternatives that might fit your needs.

27. It's Free to Learn Docker. Do it Now!

28. How To Setup Cron And Docker Correctly [A How To Guide]

What do I do if I need to use linux cron and execute command in one of my containers?

29. Running Vaultwarden in a Container as a systemd Service Using Podman

Running Vaultwarden in a container with systemd using Podman.

30. Dockerizing Your PHP Application

A short guide on how to set-up a simple PHP 8.1 environment using docker

31. Building a FastAPI OCR Microservice

In this article, I will try to explain basic ideas on how to create your own OCR service for free, using python, fastAPI, tesseract, redis, celery and docker.

32. Creating an AWS Elastic Container Registry (ECR) Using an EC2 Instance on Ubuntu

Docker allows developers to package applications in containers. This article will show you how to create your own container, upload it to the repository.

33. Top 5 Kubernetes Coding Errors and How to Solve Them

How to solve the top 5 Kubernettes coding errors.

34. Kubernetes Deprecates Docker to Support the Open Container Initiative

Kubernetes Deprecating Docker?! Let Me Explain Containers in K8s.

35. Deploy Your First Jupyter Notebook to Docker

What Docker is, what makes up docker, and how to deploy a Jupyter notebook to a Docker Container

36. Installing Configurator Using Helm Charts: Version Controls for Kubernetes ConfigMaps

This is how to make use of Helm Charts with Configurator, a versioning & sync service for Kubernetes ConfigMaps that can make it easier to use ConfigMaps.

37. Setting up Kafka on Docker for Local Development

In a world where data is king, Kafka is a valuable tool for developers and data engineers to learn.

38. How to do Database Read/Write Splitting With Your Browser

A tutorial that explains how a database proxy like MariaDB MaxScale serves as a transparent read/write splitter that scales SQL queries.

39. 21 Resources and Tutorials to Learn Kubernetes

In this blog post below, we have compiled a list of 21 resources and tutorials, that are helpful to start your Kubernetes learning journey.

40. 300 Scholarships Up For Grabs at The School of Cloud Computing Courtesy Udacity and SUSE

Apply today for Udacity’s SUSE Cloud Native Foundations Scholarship program and learn the skills you need to become a cloud native developer.

41. A Brief Overview of Docker And Its Impact On The Development Ecosystem

Docker is an open-source containerizing platform for application services, codes, libraries, configurations, and other dependencies into one package.

42. How The NSA Says You Should Secure Kubernetes

Security has become a primary consideration for any technological solution. Here are the NSA's recommendations for securing Kubernetes against hackers.

43. Streamlining Your Django Development Environment with Docker Containers

Learn how to containerize an entire Django project from the ground up, including a Postgres database, Redis cache server, Caddy, and Celery instances.

44. Best Instagram Analytics Tools in 2020

Many people run their business on Instagram and want to know about their performance by identifying their business insights. Earlier, people also criticized Insta for not providing any analytics tools that describe the performance and optimize their posts.

45. Benefits of Using Docker for Microservices: 2020 Edition

Docker is an innovative set of PaaS products that offer strategical and operational advantages for developing software applications. It reduces the expense incurred across the infrastructure and maintenance of software applications.

46. How to Create Multi-Container Applications With Docker Compose and C#

Creating a multi-container application can be daunting, but Docker Compose and C# can make it much more straightforward. This article will walk us through the s

47. DBngin: Instant Local Server for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Redis

Docker might be an easy solution as an all-in-one tool for setting up a Local Development Environment. But on the other hand, it eats up a huge portion of your system resources to get up and running, and we hate it when our computer becomes lagging and clumsy.

48. How to Run Podman and Docker-Compose on Windows

One of the most common tool to develop software is container. This guide helps you to configure correctly podman and docker-compose on Windows using WLS2.

49. Deploy Your Application with Kafka and Docker in 20 Minutes

In this tutorial, we'll walk you through how to use Docker, Kafka, and Kubernetes to deploy a simple application.

50. Learning AI if You Suck at Math — P3 — Building an AI Dream Machine or Budget Friendly Special

Welcome to the third installment of Learning AI if You Suck at Math. If you missed the earlier articles be sure to check out part 1, part 2, part 4, part 5, part 6 and part 7.

51. A Complete Guide to Laravel Sail

This post is about what to expect from Laravel Sail, how it works and how to make the most of it; it is also a plea to developers to break away from it.

52. Build a Real-time Stock Price Dashboard With Python, QuestDB and Plotly

In this tutorial, we will create a real-time streaming dashboard using QuestDB, Celery, Redis, Plotly, and Dash.

53. What is MLOps and How Kubernetes can Help

Why is #Kubernetes so important for MLOps? Find out in our blog post below.

54. How to Use a Template to Use Docker with PHP

Today I want to give you an easy-to-use template in order to use Docker with PHP, explained so you can understand how it works in just 10 minutes.

55. What Is a Container And How To Use It

Welcome to this tutorial series, where we will evolve from the anatomy of a container inside the Linux Kernel, and will keep building pieces and evolving till the publication of a service into an Orchestration Platform. The general idea is to detail as much as possible (without being massive) how is things working under the hood.

56. 9 Best DevOps Practices for a successful DevOps Journey

The success of DevOps lies in the right way of implementation. Here, are some best DevOps practices for successful DevOps transformation in 2022 and beyond.

57. Kafka Administration and Monitoring UI Tools

Kafka itself comes with command line tools that can do all the administration tasks, but those tools aren’t very convenient because they are not integrated into one tool and you need to run a different tool for different tasks. Moreover, it is getting difficult to work with them when your clusters grow large or when you have several clusters.

58. What is Docker and How to Get Started With It

Containers have been around in Linux for years. It a concept where one or more processes are isolated from the rest of the system. The containers have all the files they need to run those processes independent of the system, which is why they have become a commonly used tool for deployments.

59. 10 DevOps Conferences You Should Be Attending in 2020

DevOps being the center stage of the software development life cycle today, has gained enough momentum and has a massive community around the world.

60. How to Secure Containers Using Docker Content Trust

Strong cryptographic assurances are needed to secure data. This is where Docker Content Trust (DCT) comes into the picture.

61. One Dockerfile is All it Takes: How I Fell in Love With Bake

Using docker bake for outrageously simple monorepo docker builds.

62. How to Set up an API Gateway for Your Microservices

How to deploy a single node Kong API gateway in front of multiple microservices?

63. Kubernetes Secrets and ConfigMaps

In this article we will discuss about the applications of Kubernetes ConfigMaps and Secrets.

64. GitOps. GitOps? What is GitOps?

In this blog we will try to answer all your pressing questions about GitOps and find out how it can help you in the software delivery process.

65. Debugging Go Applications Inside Kubernetes From IDE

When your application only works with api expose by kubernetes, you can simply launch your application from IDE in debug mode and debug your application. But when your application needs to connect to other services or components which are only available inside the Kubernetes cluster then this solution will not work.

66. Docker is dead. Long live the Unikernel.

As the cloud-native ecosystem evolves, it is beginning to appear as if a challenger to containerization has emerged. In this blog post, I'm going to dive into what unikernels are, and why I think they will be the most likely candidate to replace container-based infrastructure.

67. Dockerize Your Laravel Project in a Jiffy

The easiest way to dockerize your Laravel project. you can set up Laravel in just 10 minutes...

68. Deploy Docker Using Ansible

69. There Must Be a Better Way To Build on AWS

So AWS gives startups $100k in free credits. Google and Azure have similar programs for startups. Then why isn’t every startup CTO starting on the Big Cloud?

70. How to Set Up a Dedicated Database Server for Analytics

Have that old laptop that's just in the back of your closet? Figure out how to give it a new life!

71. Everything you need to know about Helm – Part I

Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes. In this tutorial we will explore Helm tasks, components, charts, and installations.

72. How to Optimize the User Experience and Performance via Node.js and Lighthouse

Why should you concentrate your energy in optimizing the user interface and the user experience of your application instead of focusing on performance side?

73. Another Reason to Use Docker

Recently I was working on a project which includes Terraform and AWS stuff. While working on that I was using my local machine for terraform code testing and luckily everything was going fine. But when we actually want to test it for the production environment we got some issues there. Then, as usual, we started to dig into the issue and finally, we got the issue which was quite a silly one 😜. The production server Terraform version and my local development server Terraform version was not the same.

74. How To Improve Your Software Documentation by Connecting Gitlab with Mkdocs

Producing documentation may be painful and need a lot of time to write and operate. In this story, i will share with you, my way of generating docs using the devops approach. To make life easier, we will explore the art of automation 😃.

75. How To Create Golang REST API: Project Layout Configuration [Part 2]

In a previous post I was explaining the basics of setting up GO application for REST API. Now I'll go into details by first creating configurable server, adding http router (mux) and some DB interaction. Let's get (the indoors party) started!

76. The Grand Cluster Hotel

A non-technical explanation of Docker containers, Kubernetes, and clusters.

77. Github Codespaces Vs. Gitpod: Choosing the Best Online Code Editor

Gitpod and Github Codespaces are VS code-based online editors, with attached Linux env servers, which of them is best for you?

78. 5 Tips for Creating Docker Images with Spring Boot

Keep up with the latest and best practices to build spring boot docker images.

79. 6 DevOps Trends in 2022 That DevOps Engineers Should Adopt

The role of DevOps engineers, their responsibilities, growth opportunities, a set of important soft & hard skills, and most importantly, DevOps trends in 2022.

80. What Are The Common Kubernetes Security Vulnerabilities

Kubernetes has become the de-facto standard for managing containerized applications. However, this usage also led to an increased attack surface for K8s.

81. Set Up Your Own Heroku-like Cloud (PAAS) in 10 Minutes: A Quick Start Guide

When building projects one of the annoying parts is setting up stuff like web servers, relational databases, and caching. Here's my solution to all that.

82. Give me a Unix Shell and I'll Build Container Images ... for Life

People in the stone age used their bare hands to create container images!.

83. Connecting Dots: Go, Docker and k8s [Part 2]

Nowadays, the successful application often consists of containers and some sort of container management system to ease scaling, reduce downtime, and more.

84. Building User Service With GRPC, Node.JS, and MongoDB: The Complete Microservice Tutorial — [Part 2]

Microservices are about decoupling your system. In a monolith, you build all the components of the software in one large codebase and deploy the software at once. But in the microservice world, we build each component of a large system decoupled from each other.

85. Ever Wondered Why We Use Containers In DevOps?

At some point we've all said the words, "But it works on my machine." It usually happens during testing or when you're trying to get a new project set up. Sometimes it happens when you pull down changes from an updated branch.

86. How To Connect MariaDB Docker Containers with Java Spring And JDBC

Since being forked from MySQL back in 2009, MariaDB has become one of the most popular databases of choice for developers over the past decade. While many technologists have likely gravitated to it as a solution due to its open source roots and that it's rooted in the relational database world, that really only begins to scratch the surface of what MariaDB has to offer.

87. A Guide to Running ASP.NET Core & SQL Server from Docker

I've recently gotten into using Docker in my development cycle and I'm really enjoying how much of a wonderful tool it is. One thing that always used to be a pain was setting up a development server to run SQL Server. Now with Docker, I can just spin up a Docker container and I instantly have a SQL Server ready to go.

88. Analyzing Your Code With SonarQube Running via Docker Image

Dockerize Your C# Code Analysis: A Beginner's Guide to SonarQube and Docker Image.

89. Web Application Development: Principles of Development Based on Microservices. Part 2.

To use a microservice architecture, the developer needs to study special technologies that are applicable for such web app development.

90. Top 7 Kubernetes Security Practices Everyone Should Follow

Kubernetes is the Greek word for helmsman or pilot. It is now accelerating the digital transformation at firms by helping them transition away from legacy technology and embrace cloud-native software development. The recent KubeCon event had a gathering of more than 12,000 developers and executives from around the world in San Diego. Every company wants to take advantage of Kubernetes and its ability to automatically deploy, manage, and scale software workloads in the cloud.

91. How to Build a Decoupled Microservice Using Materialize

One way to handle data in microservice architectures is to use decoupled microservices architecture. This form of architecture can bring many benefits.

92. Exploring Containerization Beyond Kubernetes

Here's why cloud-based PaaS and Containers make a solid combination for most developers.

93. Breaking Down What is New in Kubernetes 1.19

The new Kubernetes 1.19 comes with 34 enhancements. Out of these, 10 have progressed to stable, 15 are in the beta stage, and 9 are in the alpha.

94. Getting started with Distributed SQL

95. Ship With the Docker Hub CLI Tool

The Docker Hub CLI Tool is a helpful containerization tool that can be used with Command Line. It is slightly experimental but still incredibly helpful.

96. Hacktoberfest 101 with ReactPlay

Know everything you need about Hacktoberfest '22 and the new changes this year. Also, understand how you can contribute to a beginner-friendly repository

97. Reducing Kubernetes Costs

Kubernetes has become the de-facto choice for most users and one aspect that any Kubernetes administrator must look into is managing Kubernetes costs.

98. How To Deploy React on AWS using NGINX

This post will help you to learn how to deploy your React applications to production. We are going to use Docker and NGINX to secure API keys and proxy requests

99. Using Jenkins, Docker and CI/CD for Serverless Applications

Hi, I am developing a freelance project with aws lambda. I used Jenkins and docker for CI/CD. Jenkins runs pipelines on containers. In this Tutorial I will show you how I set my environment.

100. The Container Anatomy: A Kernel Introduction

Welcome to this tutorial series, where we will evolve from the anatomy of a container inside the Linux Kernel, and will keep building pieces and evolving till the publication of a service into an Orchestration Platform. The general idea is to detail as much as possible (without being massive) how is things working under the hood.

101. An Introduction to the appfleet Edge Computing Platform

A new edge compute platform goes live. appfleet allows users to deploy containers and applications to multiple global regions

102. How To Create and Load Test Data in PostgreSQL

Learn what tools and approaches are available to create and load test data for webapps without an ORM.

103. Kubernetes Day-2 Operations – Part III

Kubernetes has revolutionized the way developers run their workloads by abstracting a part of the actual infrastructure

104. One-Click Trial on TYK API Gateway with Tin

What is the difference between using a traditional way to installation environment for Tyk and using Tin?

105. End to End API Testing with Docker

Testing is a pain in general. Some don't see the point. Some see it but think of it as an extra step slowing them down. Sometimes tests are there but very long to run or unstable. In this article you'll see how you can engineer tests for yourself with Docker.

106. Why Infrastructure as a Service Is Ideal For Startups


107. The Oracle Database Docker Image Can Supercharge Your DevOps Learning

This is a tutorial on how to install, use, and patch the Oracle Database Docker Image. Docker is a PaaS that delivers software in packages called containers.

108. Why Dockerizing Applications is the Key to Building Scalable Software

Container technologies have a profound impact on the entire IT industry. Learn the basic principles behind containers and the 10 reasons why you should use them

109. An In-Depth Guide to Blue-Green Deployments with Materialize

Minimizing downtime during any deployment is a key part of any successful deployment strategy. There are many ways to achieve this.

110. How To Start Using Microservices

Microservices are completely disrupting the way we build applications nowadays. This is one of the hottest trends when it comes to software architecture. More and more developers are adopting it.

111. Getting Started with MariaDB using Docker and Node.js

It's no secret that MariaDB has become a popular database solution for developers over the past decade. Why? Well, one could argue that it's largely because it's open source and relational. So, for developers, that basically means it's free, and we get the gist of it. But that really only begins to scratch the surface.

112. 5 Steps for Dockerizing NestJs With Prisma

Dockerize NestJS + Prisma in 5 steps

113. Towards Open Options Chains Part V: Containerizing the Pipeline

In "Towards Open Options Chains", Chris Chow presents his solution for collecting options data: a data pipeline with Airflow, PostgreSQL, and Docker.

114. Guide: How to Emulate a Raspberry Pi Cluster with Docker Compose


115. Top Alternatives to Docker Desktop in 2022: How to Choose One

Docker Desktop will change the licensing policy for commercial users. It's no longer free, so what alternatives can we choose instead?

116. How To Build CI/CD Pipelines Behind Your Firewall Using Codefresh Runner

Continuous Integration/Delivery (CI/CD) is one of the most obvious candidates for moving to a Kubernetes cluster, as you automatically enjoy all the benefits of Kubernetes scalability. In traditional CI solutions, companies employ a fixed set of build nodes that teams must manually monitor and upgrade.

117. Should You Learn Kubernetes in 2022

With the increasing popularity of containerized applications, the container orchestration platform Kubernetes has become a must in the toolset of a developer.

118. Monitoring Kubernetes Components using Prometheus

Monitoring is a crucial aspect of any Ops pipeline and for technologies like Kubernetes which is a rage right now, a robust monitoring setup can bolster your confidence to migrate production workloads from VMs to Containers.

119. How to troubleshoot potential DOS attacks

I've had a few scares in my career as a developer, but none come close to the pure horror of unsuccessfully trying to ssh into your VM. Normal people tend to be scared of spiders, snakes or saws.

120. Deploying Sendy On Kubernetes to Reduce Newsletter Costs 100x - Part 1

Sendy is an amazing application. It's basically software that gives you the ability to utilize Amazon SES to send newsletters to your members for 100x cheaper!

121. How to Create Serverless Functions with OpenFaaS in 17 Steps

OpenFaaS is serverless functions framework that runs on top of Docker and Kubernetes. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to:

122. Using LVM to Serve Old Laptop as a Cloud Storage Engine Service at home with all External Hard Drive

Using LVM to Serve Old Laptop as a Cloud Storage Engine Service at home with all External Hard Drives.

123. Why Wink Adopted a Cloud-Native Infrastructure Backed by Kubernetes-Docker-CoreOS Container Linux

This blog covers why Wink adopted a Cloud-Native Infrastructure Backed by Kubernetes-Docker-CoreOS Container Linux stack. Learn more.

124. Infrastructure as Code: Almost Everything You Need to Know

Infrastructure as Code is invaluable when it comes to automating infrastructure by defining infrastructure configurations as code.

125. How to Autoscale an Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service Cluster

In this article we are going to consider the two most common methods for Autoscaling in EKS cluster:

126. Linux-based Containers under the Hood

Containers under Linux - building a container from scratch.

127. How To Run Wordpress In Docker

Learn how to setup a development environment for Wordpress plugins.

128. How to Use Docker Multi-Stage Build to Create Optimal Images for Dev And Production

Docker has sharply risen in popularity in the past years. It has been one of the tools that have changed the way we work as software engineers and DevOps Engineers. From Docker v 17.05 multi-stage build was introduced which helped abandon the older builder pattern with use of stages and target. This post discussed how you can exploit docker multi-stage build to build optimal images suited for dev/test and production with a NodeJs example application.

129. Shall I Use ADD or COPY in the Dockerfile - What's the Difference?

Every developer and every team faces confusion about COPY and ADD in the Dockerfile at some point. When I get this question, first I usually give the technical background, which is this:

130. Adding Code to AWS Lambda, Lambda Layers, and Lambda Extensions Using Docker

With Docker, we have three ways to add code to Lambda that isn’t directly part of our Lambda function. What does this mean?

131. Fixing DNS timeouts in Docker with a DNS cache [Tutorial]

Having flaky tests in your CI is a nightmare. You can't tell whether your new code broke something or if it's just those tests being flaky again. So anytime we see strange, random failures in CI for our open source project, Adapt, we try to track down the culprit ASAP. This is the story of how we discovered we were (accidentally) flooding our DNS server with traffic and how we used a DNS cache in Docker to solve the problem.

132. Docker And JFrog Partnership: Path To Limitless DevOps in the Cloud

This article talks about the recent partnership between Docker and JFrog and how this partnership impacts developers and enterprises positively

133. Two Key Points of Containerisation You Need to Know by Heart

What is containerisation and what’s so great about it anyway? You may work with container-based applications every day at work, but there comes a time when an intern or a fresh graduate new joiner (or perhaps a non-IT colleague) in your team ask you these questions and you find yourself stopped in your track thinking: “where should I start?”.

134. PHP on Docker from Scratch in 2022

How to set up a repository with Docker 'from scratch' to develop PHP 8.1 applications in 2022.

135. How to Package and Deploy Lambda Functions as Container Images

Ever wish you could combine the portability of containers, with the scalability of Lambda functions? Well now you can!

136. How to Use Kong for Full-stack Application Deployments with Kubernetes

Kubernetes has become the name of the game when it comes to container orchestration. It allows teams to deploy and scale applications to meet changes in demand while providing a great developer experience.

137. How To Harden Your Docker Containers Using Seccomp Security Profile

Secure Computing Mode, also known as Seccomp, is a Linux kernel feature that improves several security features to help run Docker in a more secure environment.

138. dksnap Introduction: Docker Snapshots for Development and Test Data


139. Enabling Multi-Cloud Kubernetes Communication with Skupper


140. A Quick Start Guide For MariaDB

Get started with MariaDB with just three steps using the official MariaDB docker container.

141. An Open-Source Tool For Security Scans Of Container Images — Vilicus

Vilicus is an open-source tool that orchestrates security scans of container images(Docker/OCI) and centralizes all results into a database for further analysis

142. Set Up Laravel 6 on Google Cloud Run with Continuous Integration [Step-by-Step Guide]

Laravel has soared in popularity in the last few years. The Laravel community even says that Laravel has made writing PHP enjoyable than a pain. Laravel 6 has some interesting new features. Getting a super scaleable working URL for your application take hours if not days. Setting up something like Kubernetes is a huge task. This is where Google Cloud Run shines, you can get a working HTTPs URL for any of your containerized app in minutes.

143. Exploring The Container Images Function in AWS Lambda

Have you ever wished you could combine the portability of containers, with the scalability of Lambda functions? Well, now you can!

144. How To Setup Docker Using Ansible on Ubuntu 18.04 [Part 2]

In the last guide, you learned how to set up, install, and configure Ansible on Ubuntu 18.04. Now, you will use the Ansible to install and set Docker on a remote machine. To begin this guide, you need the following:

145. GitHub Actions To Bring You Consistency

Read an article on how to use the GitHub Actions Evrone wrote to run rubocop, brakeman, reek, fasterer, hadolint, and dotenv-linter linters on your project.

146. How To Manage Infrastructure With Terraform

What is Terraform?

147. Containers vs. Serverless: Which is Better for DevOps?

Managing your own containers versus letting serverless do it for you - when to choose what? Let's go over the pros and cons.

148. [DIY] How Can YOU Build a Pocket Platform-as-a-Service?

Prerequisite knowledge: Linux, SSH, SSL, Docker, Nginx, HTTP, DNS

149. The ABC of DevOps Implementation with Containerization and Docker

DevOps is a rage in the IT industry.

150. Top 10 Reasons To Love Docker

When you first look into Docker, what it does, and how it works, it appears to be a neat tool to help with application packaging and deployment. It's not until you start using it, however, that some of the other benefits that developers love so much show themselves. So, to discover why this tool has become so popular, here are Ten Reasons Why Developers Love Docker.

151. Creating and Provisioning Azure Container Apps with Bicep

Using Bicep, we can deploy Azure Container Apps quickly and easily!

152. How Kubernetes Can Make Your High Load Project Viable in 2020

Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration system that is designed to help you build a scalable infrastructure using high load approaches on a weak server. In this article, we’ll show you why Kubernetes is worth using in 2020.

153. Containers 101: Kube Explained Part 2

In our previous post, Kube Explained: Part 1, I described how the introduction of the cloud resulted in CI/CD, Microservices, and a massive amount of pressure to standardize backend infrastructure tooling.

154. 3 ways of recycling third-party code for AWS Lambda

In this article, we're discussing AWS Lambda Layers, Lambda Extensions, and Docker image for Lambda. How and when to use which?

155. Can Multi-Cloud Kubernetes Platforms Make Infrastructure Prices Comparable?

Kubernetes enables you to deploy, scale and manage your container-based applications and multi-cloud management tools simplify the use of different clouds. Together this might help us to finally understand and optimize the pricing of our infrastructure.

156. Debugging Node JS Inside Docker: An Essential Guide

Ever wondered how to debug inside a Docker Container? Learn how to use remote debugging to debug remotely in a docker container.

157. How To Use AWS CloudFormation To Reduce Redundancy

Mr. X has been working on a very interesting, and meticulously written web application involving some heavy computation and a complete test suite. He architects the system well and chooses to host his application over AWS.

158. How To Make The Kubernetes Operator Rock: Basic Principles

This blog post demonstrates how you can use the Operator Lifecycle Manager to deploy a Kubernetes Operator to your cluster. Then, you will use the Operator to spin up an Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes (ECK) cluster.

159. Build a Scalable, Highly Available, and Portable Web Server

After over a year of development, SD2, my web server is done.

160. Selenide Test Automation: Using Selenoid in the Docker Container

This article will be useful for young QA specialists, as well as those who are interested in the features and capabilities of such popular testing frameworks as Selenide and Selenoid.

161. Project-as-Code: The Catalyst DevOps Needs

If you are familiar with Docker, Terraform, and the CI platforms (eg: Jenkins, CircleCI, Codeship), you already know the power of Declarative DevOps. It can make development easier by being repeatable, predictable, and fast. Supporting technologies both hide complexities and offer important reuse by supporting simple structured syntax in an easy to create and read file. Each technology has codified much of its domain allowing developers to author and instrument with nothing more than a text editor.

162. Launching Docker Desktop with Spring Boot

Explanation and Example of a Real-World Spring Boot and Docker Desktop based Deployment. Code Samples are provided Inline and via Git Repo.

163. Helm — Everything You Need to Know Part II

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about Helm versions (v2 vs. v3), and a practical example of how to use it.

164. Growth Hacking for Remote and International Developers – Part II [Podcast Transcript]

Chris Hickman and Jon Christensen of Kelsus and Rich Staats of Secret Stache continue their  discussion on growing high-performing remote and international engineering teams.

165. Docker Basics to Get Your Feet Wet

In this article, we will be discussing the most important elements and tools around the Docker ecosystem when getting started as a beginner.

166. Kubernetes vs Docker: Differences Explained

Learn about Docker and Kubernetes container solutions, and discover the differences between Kubernetes and Docker to choose the one that best suits your needs.

167. Lessons Learned Using Docker from Development to Production

Like many tools in the software developer's toolbox, docker is relatively easy to jump into and takes some time to master. Using it for a variety of projects over the years I've learned a few lessons along the way.

168. How to Set Up an Ethereum Node Using Docker Swarm: A Step-by-Step Guide

Learn how to set up an Ethereum node with Docker Swarm step by step from setting up your first node swarm service to node swarm monitoring.

169. Kubernetes Day-2 Operations – Part II

It is undeniably confusing if you’re unfamiliar with infrastructure technologies and leaning towards DevOps principles will further complicate the situation

170. Why you Should Get Started Building Containers on Kubernetes

Kubernetes is ideal for container orchestration. Because of its features, it also comes with complexity. In this article, we will discuss when to use Kubernetes

171. AI, HCI, DRaaS, and Edge Computing Will Drive The Most Innovations For Cloud Computing

The year 2020 has become “the year of the future" due to the transition of most industries online, active development of artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud technologies.

172. A Brief Introduction to Docker, Its Components, and How To Install It On Ubuntu

In this blog we’ll try to understand one of the most popular tools used to containerize and deploy applications over the internet i.e. Docker. It makes deploying applications extremely simple.

173. Whooosh: A Comprehensive Guide for the Fastest Possible Docker Builds in Human Existence

Running all of my docker builds in parallel via a GitHub Actions matrix, my builds went from about 3.5 minutes down to about 50 seconds in the cold case .

174. How To Find Your Docker Logs

There’s a short answer, and a long answer. The short answer, that will satisfy your needs in the vast majority of cases, is:

175. Security Best Practices for Kubernetes: 2020 Edition

The New Cloud-Native World of Containers

176. Dockershim Deprecation: Is Docker Truly out of Game?

Dockershim deprecation only means the code maintenance of Dockershim in the code repository of Kubernetes will stop.

177. 6 Hacks for Reducing Docker Image Sizes

If there are top ten buzzwords in the technology industry in the year of 2019, container is sure to be one of them. With the popularity of Docker, more and more scenarios are using Docker in the front-end field. This article shows how do we use Docker in the visualization interface of Nebula Graph, a distributed open source graph database.

178. How to Optimize for Iteration: Choosing Your Early Startup's Tech Stack

As we’ve discussed in a previous blog post, product development is hypothesis testing. This is especially true in the early stages of a company when you need to confirm or reject your hypothesis as quickly as possible. This process is then repeated until you (hopefully) reach product-market fit. To get there, your team needs to be able to work and build at a pace that allows for this constant and rapid iteration.

179. Serverless Python Google Cloud Platform: Hosting Django on Cloud Run

Learn about the basics of Serverless, Docker and deploying a Django (Python) application to Cloud Run, a serverless offering by Google Cloud Platform

180. Installing Ansible on Ubuntu [Part 1]

Ansible is a Configuration Management and Application Deployment system that is designed to streamline the process of controlling a large number of servers, basically for administration and operational processes. In other words, it allows you to control several remote machines in an automated fashion from a location.

181. We Built a Project Generator Because DevOps Needs One

We, realMethods, are a small System Integrator. As a small SI with limited resources, we needed an advantage to compete for large engagements. We needed a lever we could pull that the bigger SIs could not. Before plowing head first into developing something, it was important to reflect on what we actually needed, had tried and experienced, what worked and did not work, and what mattered today that would still be relevant tomorrow.

182. Best Instagram Analytics Tools in 2020

Many people run their business on Instagram and want to know about their performance by identifying their business insights. Earlier, people also criticized Insta for not providing any analytics tools that describe the performance and optimize their posts.

183. 5 Compelling Reasons to Opt for Serverless containers On Google Cloud Run

Google Cloud Run makes deploying stateless containers a breeze. It has a fully managed serverless version, which gives huge scalability, high availability and cost based on precise usage. Being serverless, there are no servers for us to manage. In addition to these awesome reasons, this post discusses 5 more compelling reasons to use Google Cloud Run with serverless conatiners for your next project and it just became generally available.

184. Building Java Microservices from Scratch

Today, microservices architecture is a common approach to building a system. In this article, I will show you how to build microservices using Java and Spring.

185. Overcoming Challenges Running the Disaggregated Analytics Stack in K8s

Alluxio brings back data locality for the disaggregated analytics stack in K8s.

186. [A How To Guide] Planning the Technology Stack for an Event Sourcing Project

The most common question I encounter when training or consulting with developers, Engineers and Software development laboratories about a new Event Sourcing project is how and where do we start.

187. How a .NET Core Migration Saved Us $428/mo and Boosted Performance

We achieved these results through .NET to .NET Core migration. The need emerged while we have been supporting a complex KnockoutJS-based web application.

188. How to Host a Valheim Dedicated Server with Docker on a Rock Pi X

I set out on a voyage to find a way to self-host a dedicated server at home on the cheapest x86 single-board computer with the Raspberry Pi form factor.

189. Cloud Native Applications: Creating a Mail Server Environment with Docker

We’ve all been there. You’ve read a lot about the basics of Docker, Kubernetes, Pods, ReplicaSets, Deployments & more. The different parts that are used to build cloud native applications.

190. Job Cycle and on Demand Tools of Devops Programming Engineer

What are the roles and responsibilities of DevOps engineer.

191. An Encryption Deep Dive - Part Four [AWS Encryption Services]

192. How To Configure Redis + Redis Commander + Docker

I will get redis and redis commander up and running using docker.

193. Getting Started with MariaDB using Docker, Python and Flask

Since being forked from MySQL back in 2009, MariaDB has become one of the most popular databases of choice for developers over the past decade. While many technologists have likely gravitated to it as a solution due to its open source roots and that it's rooted in the relational database world, that really only begins to scratch the surface of what MariaDB has to offer.

194. 10 FREE Docker, Jenkins, and Maven Courses for Programmers and DevOps Engineers

Docker, Maven, and Jenkins are some of the most popular tools in the DevOps and Java world. Maven helps to organize your project and provide support to build and deploy Java projects while Jenkins can provide continuous integration and delivery by completely automating build and deploy projects.

195. How To Use Environment Variables In Docker Compose File

If I want to use different credentials on different servers, environment variables work great with docker compose.

196. How To Install PostgreSQL With Docker Quickly

Many developers still install a database on their computer and work on it. It may be a preferable method, but using Docker takes only seconds to set up a database. I used PostgreSQL and Docker in my latest project. As a result, I have achieved efficiency and convenience. I will give you my experience with PostgreSQL and Docker.

197. Docker Images: Name Vs. Tag Vs. Digest

A quick guide to using name, tag, and docker for docker image pull.

198. How To Use Prometheus Adapter to Autoscale Custom Metrics Deployments


199. How To Extend Docker Compose File

How to use different/multiple docker compose files on different servers ?

200. How to create Kubernetes YAML files

This article is intended as a guide for creating Kubernetes manifest files.

201. Debugging: Using PDB in Dockerized Environment

Docker, along with Docker Compose are the most used tools under the DevOps category, according to The State of Developer Ecosystem 2019 survey by JetBrains. Chances are if you're using Docker/Docker Compose for deployment, you'll most likely be using them for local development as well. If you only use Docker for deployment but a virtual environment for local development, you may want to look into using Docker for development to reduce the parity between dev/prod environments, as suggested in the Twelve-Factor Methodology.

202. [Deep Dive] Docker, Kubernetes, and Microservices for Small Teams

Most of the web apps I build eventually end up needing a background worker. There will be some slow or heavy task that really should run independently, like an integration with a third-party server, a web scraper, PDF creation, something.

203. Set up Jenkins CI in Docker Container & Run Your Tests Inside Their Own Container [A How-To Guide]

So you want to start testing your code? Good choice. Testing is a great way to make sure nothing breaks in deployment, and Jenkins makes it easy to automate this process.

204. Flask API Containerization using Docker

Nowadays, putting shiny new applications in containers seems to be the way of the future, and for good reason. They offer platform portability, hardware efficiency, and enhanced security. In this tutorial, we are going to take a very simple Flask API, put it in a Docker container, and then test it out using Postman.

205. Applying Angular Runtime Configurations in Dockerized Environments

With the shift to Cloud-first and the rise of managed infrastructure and orchestrations such as EWS, Azure AKS or GCP clusters the application landscape needs to prepare and adjust itself to match newly rising requirements. This is for such nothing new nor unknown, but acknowledging this fact is one and probably the first important step.

206. How To Dockerize Your Pen-testing Lab [feat. Kali Linux]

Tools & Skills

207. Deploy React Application to Kubernetes Cluster on Google Cloud Platform

Congratulations to all who made it this far in the ALCwithGoogle program.

208. How to Deploy AWS Lambda with Docker Containers

You can now build your serverless workloads in a Docker container with AWS Lambda. We gave it a try and here's our review (with ETL examples).

209. I have a confession to make… I commit to master.

I used to preach about Git Flow to keep my code releasable, rollback-able, and keep a clean history. But not anymore — now, bad code doesn’t make it into my codebase.

210. 'Hello, World!' in Golang - How to Develop a Simple Web App in Go

I'm going to show you how easy it is to develop a simple web application in Go, package it as a lightweight Docker image, and deploy it to Heroku.

211. Create a Ruby on Rails (Rails-Postgresql-React) App using Docker Compose

How to create a Ruby on Rails application with Postgresql and React with Docker Compose

212. Instant GraphQL + MongoDB Backend With Mongoke

Implementing a good GraphQL backend to serve your database data is not an easy task, you have to implement a lot of resolvers, add authorization, pagination of the fields and use a DataLoader to not repeat your database queries during relations.

213. How to Setup Different Environments for Dockerized Angular App with Nginx

Here I’m going to suggest to you a very simple deployment practice that we can follow in regards to deploy an Angular-based front-end app.

214. Automatically Scan Your Project Dependencies for Vulnerabilities Using Docker, Jenkins (Part 1/2)

Find out how to automatically check your software projects for potential vulnerabilities caused by 3rd party code.

215. Automatically Scan Your Project Dependencies for Vulnerabilities Using Docker, Jenkins (Part 2/2)

The OWASP Dependency-Check tool is a popular tool to check dependencies. We will discuss how we can run it standalone or integrate it into CI/CD Pipeline.

216. My Coding Workflow: How I'm Working From Different Places As A Software Engineer

Coding is not an easy process, especially if you have to be super focused to do it relatively fast and without bugs. Keeping the focus on coding only is quite a difficult challenge, but this story is more about how to make the ultimate setup to code from anywhere with the internet and browser!

217. Building AOSP with Docker

I have been working on AOSP (Android Open Source Project) for a little over a year now, it was my first experience working on Android as a platform. Building and customizing your Android OS my seem like a daunting task at first, but it is not really that hard, but i am not here to give you a guide on how to build Android from Source but we will get to see how docker can help you in building your ROM.

218. 5 Docker Desktop Alternatives

For Windows and macOS users, Docker Desktop has been the main way to use Docker containers for many years. But how about now?

219. Exploring Traefik: A Reverse Proxy for Docker

Learn how to proxy sites and API in a few examples, automate getting certificates and even add some middleware (to add headers for example). YAML tutorial.

220. TeamCode Pylon vs. Docker: Which is the Better Dev Environment?

In addition to avoiding the cumbersome development processes, DCS can also become an online preview test service, improve the efficiency of the whole team.

221. Modularizing Docker Images

Docker is a containerization technology that allows an application to run in an isolated environment while being bundled with all the dependencies it needs to run. So it provides a standard way to run applications in a server agnostic manner.

222. Container Orchestration Trends for 2023: Kubernetes, AWS Fargate, Docker and Beyond

Containers have been around for a while now, but the industry is just starting to see the benefits of containerization.

223. Creating Tables and Querying data with AWS DynamoDB

In this article, we will look at the NoSQL database service offered by AWS called DynamoDB and how to perform basic database operations with it

224. How to Use binding.pry to Debug a Rails Application in a Docker Container

Debugging in a docker container isn't that straightforward. At least it is not in the way my team set everything up. I will describe my methods for debugging.

225. Full Production Django Docker Configuration

The current software development ecosystem moves fast and it seems older frameworks like Django or Rails becoming absolute, but it is a huge underestimation! Django is one of the unique frameworks that I like to use - first of all because it contains everything in it, with just a few simple configurations.

226. Kubernetes on Apple's M1 Macbook with VMware Tanzu Community Edition

Setup local Kubernetes cluster on Apple M1 with Tanzu Community Edition

227. Kubernetes Distributed Performance Testing using Locust

Docker and Kubernetes are powerful tools that can help you in aligning your Machine Learning production cycles with the business operations requirements.

228. Delays in app delivery to Kubernetes

Enterprises around the world are waking up to the containers and Kubernetes trend. There are numerous benefits of delivering an application as container packages to Kubernetes but at the same time, the process of app containerization and the subsequent app deployment to Kubernetes can hit many roadblocks. Since the idea of using Kubernetes and containers for app delivery is fairly recent, the transition from traditional delivery systems to these modern delivery systems is a bumpy ride.

229. How to Use Docker with Python in Just 10 Minutes

Sometimes you just want to dip your toe into a potentially deep and complex subject. Maybe you only have 10 minutes to spare and you want to get something up and running quickly.

230. Running Multiple Docker Containers With Custom Config Files

Many of us using Docker to make our lives easier have ran into the issue of conflicting ports due to running more than 1 docker container. It’s easy to get bogged down into changing config files and squander an entire afternoon. I intend to write this article as a reminder to my future self whenever I need to set up multiple instances of docker container on a single machine.

231. How To Use Cloud Native Buildpacks

It never fails that the CNCF seem to always be cooking up something interesting in their ecosystem. In my free time, I always seem to find myself in a habit of playing in the Sandbox to see what new cutting edge tools I can add to my collection. It is my goal today to introduce you to a project at the Sandbox stage known as "Buildpacks".

232. Youtube To - A Github Action To Automatically Publish Your Podcast

During the quarantine period, I started an Italian tech live show on YouTube and a podcast on Spotify and with some of my friends. The show’s called Schrödinger Hat.

233. Launching Your Own JavaScript Based Face Recognition Algorithm [A How-To Guide]

JavaScript based face recognition with Face API and Docker.he

234. Two Friendly Tools Of a "10X Engineer"

Hi Everyone, Hope you all Programming geeks are doing well. In today's modern Software Industry, there are two types of engineers:

235. How Containers Affect DevOps

Today, we no longer talk about development and operations in isolation. DevOps actively combines these two, which is an essential factor in the modern software lifecycle. Along the way, Docker containers have also become popular due to the benefits they offer for DevOps. Containers affect DevOps mainly in two ways.

236. The Containerized Software Development Guide

How to develop software in containers

237. Scaling Symfony Consumers using Kubernetes [A How To Guide]

At Debricked we have been using Symfony for our web backend for a while now. It has served us very well and when they announced the Messenger component back in Symfony 4.1, we were eager to try it out. Since then we have used the component for asynchronous queuing emails.

238. How To Run Deno.js in Docker

What is Deno? Deno is a simple, modern and secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript that uses V8 and is built in Rust.

239. Using Docker Compose for Development without Going Crazy

Using Docker Compose in development with creature comforts for developers.

240. How to Nginx Reverse Proxy with Docker Compose

While developing a web application, a common method of calling the application from a local machine is through http://localhost:x ports, which essentially means that we are required to expose several ports to access different modules of the application. In the article below, we will go through the method of using Reverse Proxy to call an application and the benefits of using it.

241. Deploy a LAMP stack as a Helm Chart

Kubernetes deployments are becoming even more complex but Helm is a good solution to bridge this deployment complexity and package Kubernetes applications

242. What We Learned By Dockerizing Our Applications

A universal truth we’ve experienced as both an IT software vendor and as an application delivery team is that application owners are constantly trying to deliver better software faster.

243. Using PhpStorm, Docker and Xdebug 3 on PHP 8.1

How to configure PhpStorm and Xdebug to run PHP in Docker for php-fpm, cli and daemon worker processes in 2022.

244. How to Create Simple Multi-Stacks Test With Testcontainers

Back-end engineering nowadays may require the integration of multiple services. It is painful for engineers to install many services in their local development environment. Docker has provided an easier way to do this, but it will still require some scripting outside our code. It also has not exactly had a perfect solution if we wanted to test smaller functions or classes instead of the whole service. This problem has been addressed by Testcontainers [1].

245. Automating Smart Contract Development with Docker

Setting up a dockerized container to launch project setups that'll help deploy and run smart contracts.

246. An Introduction to Docker and How It is Important for Sysadmins

Ever since Docker went live in early 2013 it’s had a love-hate relationship with programmers and sysadmins. While some ‘experienced’ developers that I’ve talked to have a strong dislike for containerization in general (more on that later), there’s a reason why a lot of major companies including eBay, Twitter, Spotify and Lyft have reportedly adopted Docker in their production environments.

247. Container Security Tools to Try in 2023

7 Strategies and associated tools for your container security workflows.

248. How and Why I Self Host

249. Running Up MySQL export using Docker: A How-To Guide

A quick and direct method of running up a MySQL database backup.

250. The Day we Started to Protect DevOps with Blockchain

I still remember February 2018 very well. Many people were in a really bad mood when it came to Blockchain or Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), mainly because the price of most cryptocurrencies made a nose dive and the Disillusionment started.

251. Building 28-Core Raspberry Pi Cluster from Scratch: Release The Kraken

This is the second installment of my 'How I built' trilogy detailing the build process of all 3 of my clusters. Read the first here.

252. Kafdrop

Open-Source Web UI for Apache Kafka

253. Getting Started with Zalenium: Docker-based Selenuim Grid

The integration of Docker and Kubernetes makes Zalenium an appealing choice for setting up Selenium-based infrastructure.

254. How To Deploy an Application Using Jenkins, Tomcat Server, and PollSCM

In this guide, we are going to use Docker to configure Jenkins and Tomcat to achieve Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment.

255. The Essential Guide to Installing a Local Magento 2 Environment with Docker

When I just started developing PHP applications I used Mamp or Xamp to set up a local Lamp stack. Later this became Vagrant in combination with VirtualBox and eventually Docker.

256. Comparing The Top 10 Kubernetes CI/CD Tools

In this post, we provide a list of the 10 best Kubernetes CI/CD tools that will help you decide which tool is best for your Kubernetes CI/CD pipeline.

257. How to Handle Configuration for Multiple Environments in Console App Service?

How I automated the process of service deployment for a console application after issues caused due to multiple configuration environments.

258. How To Improve Your Docker Build Time in GitLab CI

Make your containerized CI environments truly useful by accelerating your Docker builds

259. Mastering Docker: How to Attach an AWS EBS Storage Volume to Your Docker Container

In an ideal world, Docker containers should be ephemeral without any reliance on external storage. In the microservice world, this is achievable when services are connecting to external databases, queues, and other services.

260. GKE vs. EKS: Comparing Google Kubernetes Engine and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

There are key differences between GKE and EKS. While EKS is a market leader, read more to find out why GKE can give EKS a run for its money.

261. 10 Free Courses to learn Docker and DevOps for Programmers and Software Developers

As software development (both frontend and backend) is moving towards automation, good knowledge and experience about the Docker could be very valuable for your career.

262. Key Concepts About Docker And Containerization

Whenever you are learning some new technology, I believe that you should start from very basics.

263. Aggregate Logs with Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash & Docker

Improve logging in your microservices architecture to make tracking smoother with ELK Stack.

264. Microsoft, The Unit of Deployment, and Win/Win Kubernetes with Co-Founder Joe Beda

We recently had the opportunity to interview VMware’s principal engineer, Joe Beda, one of the creators of Kubernetes, as well as the Google Compute Engine. Joe

265. How to Build a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) - Towards Open Options Chains Part IV

In "Towards Open Options Chains", Chris Chow presents his solution for collecting options data: a data pipeline with Airflow, PostgreSQL, and Docker.

266. 13 Things You Should Know If You Are A Software Developer/Entrepreneur In 2020

13 different things that you can learn today if you want to be a tech entrepreneur or a better engineer to make an application and ship it to your customers!

267. How To Run PostgreSQL as a Build Requirement in TeamCity Build

We use different Continuous Integration tools in our projects. One of them is TeamCity software. A pipeline for TeamCity can be configured easily and has two steps, such as run tests and build a docker image for further deployment. However, I needed to run Postgres before running tests. I made a research, I read the documentation and this article may be useful to close a gap for team city’s documentation.

268. Docker Dev Workflow for Apache Spark

The benefits that come with using Docker containers are well known: they provide consistent and isolated environments so that applications can be deployed anywhere - locally, in dev / testing / prod environments, across all cloud providers, and on-premise - in a repeatable way.

269. Docker: Beginner's Guide

If you've been into software or web development for any amount of time, chances are that you at least heard of Docker. Maybe you're like me and have avoided using it because it seems complicated or difficult to set up.

270. Getting Started with MariaDB using Docker and Node.js

It's no secret that MariaDB has become a popular database solution for developers over the past decade. Why? Well, one could argue that it's largely because it's open source and relational. So, for developers, that basically means it's free, and we get the gist of it. But that really only begins to scratch the surface.

271. 14 Steps to Debugging a Node.js Application Running in a Docker Container

This blog post shows how you can debug a simple Node.js application running in a Docker container. The tutorial is laid out in a fashion that allows you to use it as a reference while you’re building your own Node.js application and is intended for readers who have prior exposure to JavaScript programming and Docker.

272. Dockerizing and Deploying Nuxt.js SSR Apps To AWS ECS

For the past few hours, I've been working on dockerizing a Nuxt.js server-side rendering app to be deployed to AWS Elastic Container Service (ECS). I hit a stone wall when environment variables are not properly injected on runtime on ECS.

273. Issues With Private Data and Confidentiality in Hyperledger Fabric [Deep Dive]

In many blockchain platforms such as Ethereum and Bitcoin, data confidentiality is a kind of excluded item in their blockchain framework. In these distributed blockchain platform transactions are executed in every participant node in the network. So, every transaction in the network can be visible to all the peers. The ledger update process through all the endorsed peers and has to reach an agreement among all before it committed successfully to the ledger. So, in this scenario creating a private record and comprises within a certain group of participants in the network is a complete “No”.

274. Introduction to Buildah: A CLI Tool For Building Images

Buildah is a tool for building OCI-compatible images through a lower-level coreutils interface. Similar to Podman, Buildah doesn't depend on a daemon such as Docker or CRI-O, and it doesn't require root privileges. Buildah provides a command-line tool that replicates all the commands found in a Dockerfile. This allows you to issue Buildah commands from a scripting language such as Bash.

275. Building Cheap Raspberry Pi Cluster from Scratch

This is the first of the 'How I built' trilogy detailing the build process of all 3 of my clusters.

276. About Kubernetes Authentication

There are 3 steps that Kubernetes uses to enforce security access and permissions are: Authentication, Authorization and Admission. In this article we are going to consider Authentication first.

277. How To Install Kubernetes on CentOS7

This tutorial is for the ones who want to try out the Kubernetes installation on CentOS.

278. Everything You Need to Know About Tekton and Reusable Pipelines

The advent of Cloud and Container technology ushered a new era in distributed computing at “planet scale” which was unheard of and unimaginable just a decade ago. Another interesting movement was brewing up a decade ago which bolstered delivering these complex solutions at high speed and accuracy, DevOps.

279. Developing, Deploying and Testing Flask Applications on Kubernetes - Part I

In this step by a step blog post, that illustrates how to integrate Python Flask applications with Docker and run them in a Kubernetes cluster, we will cover the following topics:

280. Implementing Blue/Green Deployments with Azure Web Apps for Containers

Using Deployment slots, we can perform Blue/Green deployments in Azure App Service to achieve zero-downtime deployments for our containerized workloads.

281. Creating Microservices: Key Principles and Concepts of Microservices Architecture

Microservices architecture allows an application to be separated into parts which work together

282. How To Get Better At Testing Automations in Docker

I do test automation for ONLYOFFICE document editors, and our team uses Docker for lots of tasks. It’s difficult for me to imagine how to work without it and not suffer performance losses.

283. Top Kubernetes Consulting Service Providers: 2021 Edition

Kubernetes opens up the potential for better application management and deployment automation.

284. Application Testing In Go: Do It Right And Don't Create a Mess

Problem - How many times have we faced this problem of worrying about cleaning up after running test cases. When some of our test cases run, they might add data to our database or add files to our directory which we don’t want to worry about every time.

285. Sanity-Checks with Playwright in Fargate container on schedule

There is often the need to check whether your production system is working as expected. Playwright is a great way to test if everything is going to plan.

286. Connecting Dots: Go, Docker and k8s [Part 1]

In this post my plan is to create open tcp port scanning tool, use GO and worker pool to make it very fast. Expose it via REST resource, containerise and deploy

287. How To Containerize Java Applications Without Docker Using Jib

In this article we will learn about how to create docker or OCI complaint images without installing any docker client or using Dockerfile for our SpringBoot application. We will be doing all of this with help of Jib.

288. How to Create Github Actions to Run Tests With Docker Services

Example with Django / Python and PostgreSQL.

289. Advanced Docker Security with AppArmor - An Overview

So you have your Docker Containers deployed, which in turn are hosting critical applications of your organization? Great! So far, so good!

290. How to Implement Doom UI Streaming in Docker

Docker is all the rage these days, with its simple and elegant way to package applications and even entire systems into something that can be ran on any Linux host with Docker installed. But what if Docker could be extended to desktop applications?

291. Comparing Container Pipelines


292. The Essential Guide to Pod Eviction On Kubernetes

By nature, pods in Kubernetes clusters are ephemeral. They can be created, killed, and moved around by the scheduler. This may occasionally cause disruption in the microservices if pods are not configured properly.

293. An Introduction to Docker for Web Development

This is the introduction to a series that was originally published on Only the introduction was brought to Hacker Noon — links to other parts will take you to that other website.

294. Sysdig: What It Is and How to Use It

Sysdig is a universal system visibility tool with support for containers. What makes Sysdig special, is that it hooks itself into the machine's kernel and segregates the information on a per-container basis.

295. Customizing MariaDB Docker Images

How to customize MariaDB Docker images: Execute SQL and shell scripts when the containers start and pass configuration files.

296. How to Become a Kubernetes Application Developer

When it comes to certification, there are two main Kubernetes certifications available in the market.

297. Data Persistent Prometheus-Grafana Intergration with Jenkins

Prometheus is an open-source application monitoring and alerting software solution. It is a web application which can be deployed anywhere — in a PC, virtual machine, or even in a container. It scrapes data from the exporters (small programs convert system data to Prometheus metrics) periodically and records the real-time metrics in a time series database.

298. Kubernetes Tutorial: Using The System For Personal Projects

Learn how to deploy a simple rest API with ExpressJS and expose it using a service and ingress. Great for Kubernetes personal projects.

299. Making A Case for OffChain Storage in Hyperledger Fabric [Deep Dive]

In this article, I’ll try to explain the significance of OffChain Storage in Hyperledger Fabric and also the offchaindata application that I have built to demonstrate the offchain storage implementation using the Go Programming language for Hyperledger Fabric.

300. Docker Centralized Logging with ELK Stack [EXPLAINED]

As your infrastructure grows, it becomes crucial to have robots and a reliable centralized logging system. Log centralization is becoming a key aspect of a variety of IT tasks and provides you with an overview of your entire system.

301. Flawless Releases with Continuous Deployment and Docker

Docker is a container technology that enables developers to run entire applications as a unit. It offers all the benefits of virtual machines, without the high overhead:

302. How to Configure And Monitor Apache Spark on Kubernetes

Earlier this year at Spark + AI Summit, we had the pleasure of presenting our session on the best practices and pitfalls of running Apache Spark on Kubernetes (K8s).

303. The Secret To Succesully Simulate An Attack With Gremlin To Test Kubernetes

Gremlin is a leading software company focusing on chaos-test in the market. It also has a tool similar to Chaos Monkey which belongs to Netflix, but is more customized to test the system with random loads or scheduled shutdowns. In the article below we will be testing a simple Kubernetes cluster running on EKS with Chaos Test.

304. Rethinking Programming: From Code to Cloud

Earlier, developers simply wrote their program, built it and ran it. Today, developers need to also think of the various ways of running it whether it be as a binary on a machine (virtual most likely), by packaging it into a container, by making that container a part of a bigger deployment (K8s) or by deploying it into a serverless environment or a service mesh. However, these deployment options are not part of the programming experience for a developer. The developer has to write code in a certain way to work well in a given execution environment, and removing this from the programming problem isn’t good.

305. 3 Major Python Problems and How to Solve Them

Python is a versatile programming language that is popular and widely used for various applications, such as data science modeling and REST APIs. However, managing and maintaining a complex Python development environment can be challenging, especially when working on large or multi-faceted projects.

306. Podman CLI Guide for Docker Users

Podman is the command-line interface tool that lets you interact with Libpod, a library for running and managing OCI-based containers. It is important to note that Podman doesn't depend on a daemon, and it doesn't require root privileges.

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