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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.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Apr 19, 2021
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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.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Apr 19, 2021
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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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Control Plane services are required to be fully available for normal operation of cluster. So monitoring these services becomes very important from operations perspective.

Abhimanyu Garg shared on Dec 22, 2020
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Building simple automation through Github & Dockerhub Auto build to build containers and then deploy it to GKE through Kubernetes Manifest:

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jul 06, 2020
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Troubleshoot your Kubernetes application with ease and understand its mechanics

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jul 06, 2020
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In this post I describe a problem I had running IdentityServer 4 behind an Nginx reverse proxy. In my case, I was running Nginx as an ingress controller for a Kubernetes cluster, but the issue is actually not specific to Kubernetes, or IdentityServer - it's an Nginx configuration issue.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jul 05, 2020
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This is aimed at people that just begin exploring Google cloud / Kubernetes, and an attempt to consolidate the week of (sometimes confusing) research

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jun 28, 2020
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When it comes to infrastructure, Kubernetes and its associated ops discipline ClusterOps are definitely the hottest new tech to burst onto the scene for quite a while.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jun 26, 2020
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Recently, someone asked me what the difference between NodePorts, LoadBalancers, and Ingress were. They are all different ways to get external traffic into your cluster, and they all do it in different ways. Let’s take a look at how each of them work, and when you would use each.

Bharat Dwarkani shared on Jun 22, 2020
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