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Kubernetes - Part 1
  Demystifying Kubernetes: A Comprehensive Guide to Container Orchestration PART 2 In Part 1 of this 2-part blog, we discussed about “What is Kubernetes?”, the key concepts of Kubernetes and the architecture of Kubernetes. In this blog, we will discuss the benefits of Kubernetes, some of th...
Kubernetes - Part 1
  Demystifying Kubernetes: A Comprehensive Guide to Container Orchestration     Part 1 In this 2 part blog, we discuss in detail about “What is Kubernetes?”, its concepts, architecture, the benefits of Kubernetes, use cases and real-world application deployment on a Kubern...
Grafana
  Part 2 In Part 2, of this 2-part blog, we will deploy Prometheus and Grafana. In Part 1 of this blog, we deployed all the metrics necessary for Prometheus to get the information about the pods, services, namespaces, node hardware, etc.  Let’s dive in and deploy Prometheus and monit...
Grafana
  Monitoring A Kubernetes cluster   Part 1 In Part 1 of this 2-Part blog, we look at some of the popular methods of monitoring a Kubernetes cluster. In our previous tutorials and blogs, we had deployed our applications (WordPress, Jenkins, and our customized container) Kubernetes monitorin...
Docker 1
  Part 5 In Part 5 of this 5-part tutorial on creating Customized Docker images, we will complete the integration of our “remote-host” container with Jenkins. The purpose of creating the “remote-host” container was created to take an automatic backup of the WordPress MyS...
Docker 1
  Part 4 In Part 4 of this 5-part tutorial, we will complete the integration of the “remote-host” container with Jenkins, so that we can proceed with the backup of the WordPress MySQL database using the customized container that we created in (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3) of the tuto...
Docker 1
  Part 3 In Part 3 of this 5-part tutorial, we will actually deploy the customized “remote-host” container that we had created in Part 2. We will deploy the “remote-host” pod on a Kubernetes cluster. On this Kubernetes cluster, you should have WordPress and MySQL pods deployed. The meth...
Docker 1
  Part 2 In Part 1 of this 5-part tutorial, we had set-up the CentOS-7 system and configured the Dockerfile. In this part of the tutorial, we will create the docker image, using the Dockerfile configured in part 1 and then push this docker image to both AWS ECR and Docker hub. AWS ECR is [&hell...
Docker 1
Introduction In our previous tutorials on deploying WordPress or Jenkins applications on a Kubernetes cluster, we downloaded the WordPress and Jenkins containers from the “docker hub” and configured the deployment and services so that the underlying containers communicate with each other and pro...