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DevSecOps tools: what tools to apply good security practices?
DevSecOps allow for better and more secure applications. Fewer vulnerabilities, fewer problems. This article focuses on DevSecOps tools.
One Terraform state S3 bucket for all my AWS accounts
Did you ever struggle to set up a multi AWS account terraform deployment? Learn how to easily set up your backend & provider configurations to make it work.
How to deploy an Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) instance on AWS?
Kubernetes is a new popular technology. Therefore, AWS develops its own Kubernetes managed service: EKS. It allows you to deploy a Kubernetes cluster easily
Kubernetes: What to expect from the new 1.18 k8s version?
Version 1.18 of Kubernetes is due to be released on March 24. It is an opportunity to discover the new features that will be introduced by this version.
DevSecOps: apply DevOps principles to increase your system security
DevSecOps is an extension of DevOps that integrates security into the software delivery process and enables faster, safer deployment of code in production.
Monitor your RDS instances using CloudWatch Metrics
Enable some of the available metrics by using CloudWatch metrics to monitor your RDS instances. Also, learn which metrics are key for your monitoring.
Helm 3 and its fundamental commands
Helm makes it easy to run applications inside Kubernetes. Learn the new architecture and the basic Helm 3 commands.
OCI vs Docker: What is a container?
Containers are a new way to package software. Docker's image format OCI has become standard but Kubernetes uses different container runtimes.
Cost Optimization: what is FinOps and what are its best practices?
What's FinOps? FinOps is a DevOps practice that aims to optimize cloud costs. Cloud services can be expensive if resources aren't optimized to avoid cloud wast
Continuous Deployment & Delivery (CD) what is it and what is the difference with CI?
Continuous deployment (CD) is prolonging Continuous integration (CI) and automates the testing and deployment of new features in production.
CI/CD workflow: Generate test environments with Gitlab and Kubernetes
Use GitlabCI and Helm to create multiple testing environments in your Kubernetes cluster with minimal changes to your CI workflow. Follow this tuto to see how!
Using Docker on IntelliJ to debug your Spring Boot application
Run Spring Boot Java application with Docker through IntelliJ plugin. Debug it through a remote debug configuration and a breakpoint inside your code.
Service mesh architecture with Istio and Kubernetes
A service mesh like Istio offers traffic management, security, and observability and help manage huge infrastructure with more than 100 microservices.
How to monitor your Amazon EC2 instances using CloudWatch Metrics?
Use CloudWatch Metrics to monitor your Amazon EC2 instances, enable some available metrics on it, and learn which metrics are key for your monitoring.
Debug a Kubernetes environment: useful tools & commands
Debugging a Kubernetes environment can get tedious. This article provides some commands, tools & practices to help you debug faster in a Kubernetes context.
Apply the same Terraform on multiple AWS accounts without duplicating it
You want to apply the same terraform code to several Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts? Learn how to use IAM to change the terraform provider parameter
Kube-monkey: Bring chaos into your Kubernetes deployments.
Kube-monkey is a tool that helps you test the resilience of your Kubernetes cluster by randomly deleting pods. It allows to see how it responds to the outage.
Kubernetes on Google Cloud Platform: automate deployments with Cloud Build
Learn how to set up Continuous Deployment to automatically deploy your application on a Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster with Google Cloud Build.