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How to Create a Custom Helm Chart?

Introduction In our previous blog post, we explored Helm, a package manager for Kubernetes, and discussed its significance in simplifying the deployment of applications. We demonstrated a basic Helm chart deployment on a Kubernetes cluster tutorial, utilizing predefined Helm charts provided… Continue Reading →

Integrating GitHub Actions with AWS using OIDC

Today, we’re deploying our GitHub code using GitHub Actions with OpenID Connect (OIDC). OpenID Connect (OIDC) provides an extra layer of protection. It allows GitHub Actions to assume an IAM role in AWS directly, eliminating the need to store long-term… Continue Reading →

Understanding Network Access Control List in AWS

Introduction to NACLs Network Access Control List is the additional layer of security for our AWS instances; it acts as a virtual firewall for the instances. It is like the bouncers at the party entrance who decide who gets in… Continue Reading →

How to use Helm in Kubernetes?

Introduction: Helm is a package manager for Kubernetes, like other package managers such as apt, yum, and rpm. It simplifies the deployment and management of applications in Kubernetes environments by providing a centralized repository of secure and official packages. With… Continue Reading →

A Beginner’s Guide to Deploying a Kubernetes Cluster on EC2 Instances with Kubeadm

In the realm of modern cloud computing, Kubernetes has emerged as a game-changer, revolutionizing the way we deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications. Its robust features and scalability make it a top choice for orchestrating containerized workloads. In this guide,… Continue Reading →

Docker CMD vs Entrypoint: Which One to Use?

Introduction While creating a Dockerfile, we have two similar yet confusing key instructions, CMD and ENTRYPOINT, which have a pivotal role in determining the behavior of a container. In this blog, we will explain Docker CMD and ENTRYPOINT with the… Continue Reading →

How To Create Resources in AWS using Data Sources?

Introduction Terraform stands as a trailblazer in the realm of Infrastructure as Code (IaC) thanks to its robust features. With just a few clicks, it enables seamless provisioning of resources on any cloud platform. Following resource provisioning, Terraform encapsulates all… Continue Reading →

Learn Kubernetes Daemonset using kOps Cluster

Introduction As we all know, Kubernetes is a master of container orchestration. It manages your cluster, scales the containers as per your requirements, ensures your cluster’s security, and handles your workload efficiently. You might already be familiar with the resources… Continue Reading →

Optimize Your Cloud Cost using AWS Graviton

Introduction Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a variety of processor types to cater to the diverse needs and requirements of its customers. The availability of different processor types allows users to select the most suitable instance for their specific workloads,… Continue Reading →

Deploy Your Microservices to the AWS ECS using GitHub Action CI/CD

Introduction Currently, there are numerous tools and methods available to automate the software delivery process. This enables the organizations to establish smooth and sustainable Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipelines. Widely used tools in this domain, mainly include Jenkins,… Continue Reading →

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