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Deploying applications to Kubernetes can sometimes feel cumbersome. You deploy some Pods, backed by a Deployment, with accessibility defined in a Service. All of these resources require YAML files for proper definition and configuration.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Apr 19, 2021
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Helm packages are called charts, and they contain templates of resource definitions that deploy and configure given apps with minimal effort required from the user. With templating, you can manage the chart, its settings and behavior by passing in variable definitions without modifying the actual chart. Customized resource definitions, as well as modifications to already deployed definitions, Helm automatically manages. A deployed chart, with possible customizations, is called a release.

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Kubernetes Ingresses allow you to flexibly route traffic from outside your Kubernetes cluster to Services inside of your cluster. This is accomplished using Ingress Resources, which define rules for routing HTTP and HTTPS traffic to Kubernetes Services, and Ingress Controllers, which implement the rules by load balancing traffic and routing it to the appropriate backend Services.

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When deploying web apps to Kubernetes, you usually use Services and Ingresses to expose apps beyond the cluster at your desired domain. This involves manually configuring not only the Ingress, but also the DNS records at your provider, which can be a time-consuming and error-prone process. This can become an obstacle as your application grows in complexity; when the external IP changes, it is necessary to update the DNS records accordingly.

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A highly efficient Kubernetes setup generates innumerable new metrics every day, making monitoring cluster health quite challenging. You might find yourself sifting through several different metrics without being entirely sure which ones are the most insightful and warrant utmost attention.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Apr 10, 2021
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If you experience that the Google Cloud Cors is not working even after you did “gsutil cors set cors.json gs://your-bucket/”, it may be because you are using the wrong root domain, only one of the domains will have the headers enabled on the request\

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Mar 08, 2021
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Deploying Redis on your Kubernetes cluster

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Mar 02, 2021
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In this article, we are will be talking about how to provision and operate a Redis cluster in kubernetes, as it will be the desired configuration for our use case.

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Learn all about Kubernetes best practices in this series short and crisp explainations

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Feb 14, 2021
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How to Download & Install Apache JMeter in easy steps

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jan 22, 2021
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