Are You Following These 5 Kubernetes Best Practices?

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Why Aren’t You Following These 5 Kubernetes Best Practices?

Kubernetes security, cost optimization, reliability, policy enforcement, and monitoring and alerting are complicated to implement. With the right technology and Kubernetes guardrails in place, you’ll be able to deliver on the promise of building scalable, efficient cloud-native applications.

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Service Mesh Fundamentals

The Service Mesh Fundamentals course introduces service meshes, an emerging technology for addressing these challenges. Designed for DevOps engineers, site reliability engineers, and platform engineers adopting microservice architectures, this course will introduce the challenges of distributed systems, strategies for managing these challenges, and the architecture of service meshes.

Cloud Native Logging with Fluentd

In this course you will explore the full range of Fluentd features, from installing Fluentd to running fluentd in a container, and from using Fluentd as a simple log forwarder to using fluentd as a sophisticated log aggregator and processor. Upon completion you will have the skills necessary to deploy Fluentd in a wide range of production settings.

Introduction to Serverless on Kubernetes

The course will give you a complete overview of how a serverless approach works in tandem with a Kubernetes cluster.

Managing Kubernetes Applications with Helm

The course will give you a complete overview of how a serverless approach works in tandem with a Kubernetes cluster.

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Community shapes the software industry: how contributing to open source benefits developers and the world

In the early years of OSS, the concept was not trusted by many, especially by big companies. Nowadays, OSS is ubiquitous and modern software could not exist without it. According to a report published by the Linux Foundation, “Free and Open Source Software (OSS) constitutes 70-90% of any given piece of modern software solutions”. For example, open-source libraries are commonly used to create proprietary software.

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DevOps Jobs

  • Remote DevOps Jobs listings - Apply

  • Qualcomm is looking for AWS Cloud Engineer, Lead - Apply

  • Cisco is hiring Build Automation Architect / DevOps Architect - Apply

  • Digilytics AI is hiring DevOps (Kubernetes) Manager - Apply


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