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Create your own Blockchain using Python and Ethereum

Blockchain, as the name suggests, is a collection of blocks or data records chained together in a cryptographic fashion. Each block in the chain contains a hash of the previous block,...

Why you should be excited about Kubernetes 1.12?

I’m a bit late writing about this release of Kubernetes. It's already their 3rd release of 2018. Looking over the release notes and playing around with the new features is clear that the...

How to write Ansible Roles and publish them on Ansible Galaxy?

Configuration management is one of the key areas when it comes to maintaining a fast-paced, agile, and continuous development environment. I am mentioning fast-paced because you can see the...

Build your CI/CD with AWS CodePipeline and Elastic Beanstalk

DevOps is fast becoming a standard right now and CI/CD (Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery/Deployment) is the term often associated with development and release of a software in...

Kickstarting your Node.js with Spanner

Node JavaScript or Node.js is an open source, cross-platform, runtime environment for executing JavaScript code outside a browser. Node.js is often used to build back-end services which are...

KubeVirt – An Initial Look

Kubernetes is a great solution when you want to run container workloads. The options and flexibility it affords you let you run your applications within containers with ease. This is great...

The classic dilemma for testers - Robot or pytest

For any organization, customer’s confidence is of the highest priority and a lot of it is dependent on reliability which is mostly dependent on the quality assured by the product and service...

Integrating Django with Salesforce

Salesforce is a customer success platform with their CRM solution leading the CRM market for a considerable time. Salesforce offers many Services(SaaS) and Products(PaaS) which aid in an...

From the CEO’s Desk: DevOps with Microsoft Azure part 2 - VSTS and TFS

In my last blog, I talked about “how Microsoft is trying to change its perception in the open source world and how the recent acquisitions are making it a formidable force in the DevOps...

Kubernetes 1.11 – What to look forward to?

Kubernetes 1.11 is the second release of the container orchestration platform this year. This release continues to expand on the themes of maturity, flexibility, and scalability. It does...

Microservices deployment strategies on Kubernetes

Kubernetes provides a very advanced platform for making continuous deployment a reality for software development teams. Continuous deployments and delivery take away the dread and crunch...

Building a real-time data pipeline using Spark Streaming and Kafka

In one of our previous blogs, Aashish gave us a high-level overview of data ingestion with Hadoop Yarn, Spark, and Kafka. Now it's time to take a plunge and delve deeper into the process of...

From the CEO’s Desk: DevOps with Microsoft Azure

Last week, the mighty Zeus of the tech world hit the open source world with a lightning bolt. Yes, you guessed it right, I am talking about GitHub acquisition by Microsoft. The deal, which is...

Data ingestion with Hadoop Yarn, Spark, and Kafka

 

As the technology is evolving, introducing newer and better solutions to ease our day to day hustle, a huge amount of data is generated from these different solutions in different formats...

Highlights of the AWS Summit Mumbai 2018

The AWS Global Summit-athon 2018 kicked off earlier this year in March, with the first summit in Tel Aviv, Israel on 14th March 2018. So far 9 such summits out of the planned 35 have been...

Configuring an Office JS word add-in with ReactJS without the Yeoman generator

“Every once in a while, a new technology, an old problem and a big idea turn into an innovation.”– Dean Kamen, Inventor of Segway

From the CEO’s Desk: Deciphering containerd

Ever since the ascent of containers, Docker has been valued as the most preferred container management tool. But as the technology evolved, the industry players realized that there was a need...

How to make your application highly scalable and highly available with Corosync and DRBD file sync?

High-Availability Cluster is a group of computers with a purpose to increase the uptime of services, by making sure that a failed machine is automatically and quickly replaced by a different...

Microservices simplified with NGINX app server platform

NGINX, a project started in 2002, is now a company widely appreciated for its opensource web-server platform which is rivaling the likes of Apache and Microsoft. With its position firm in...

Most feature-rich release by Kubernetes - 1.10

Kubernetes 1.10 is here! This is the first major release of 2018 for Kubernetes which is fast becoming the largest and fastest growing container orchestration platform. A beta version...

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