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TOP 10 best and the most popular reads
Here are 10 best and the most popular reads for this year.These posts have clocked more 500+ reads this year.I hope you enjoy reading and treasure them.
- TOP 10 best and the most popular reads
- #1.TOP 6 GUI tools for managing Docker environments
- #2.Kubeless tutorial – Kubernetes native serverless framework
- #3.Serverless tutorial – On HTTP trigger store data in Azure Cosmos DB
- #4.Docker tutorial : Build Docker images using Jenkins
- #5.12 Open Source IoT Platforms that you should know
- #6.Serverless Comparison : AWS Lambda vs. Azure Functions vs. Google Functions
- #7.5 easy steps to mine & earn Ethereum on Azure
- #8.Build real time Twitter dashboard using Azure LogicApps + Power BI
- #9.Tutorial : Prometheus open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit
- #10.TOP 20 Microservices Design Patterns
In this article,let us check TOP 6 GUI tools for managing Docker environments.Docker as we know,is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud.Docker provides an API for interacting with the Docker daemon (called the Docker Engine API).The Docker API has allowed limitless options for interfacing with Docker engine, containers, and images to emerge from CLIs to desktop applications and web-based management tools. Everything the Docker client can do can be done with the API.Below GUI tools extensively uses API to interface with Docker engine.
For more Docker articles, check out here.
kubeless is a Kubernetes-native serverless framework that lets you deploy small bits of code without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure plumbing. It leverages Kubernetes resources to provide auto-scaling, API routing, monitoring, troubleshooting and more.Kubeless aims to be an open source FaaS solution to clone the functionalities of AWS Lamdba/Google Cloud Functions.
For more details on Serverless & comparison, look up here.
For Kubernetes articles,check out here.
Azure Functions lets you execute your code in a serverless environment without having to first create a VM or publish a web application.In Azure Functions, input and output bindings provide a declarative way to connect to external service data from your function.In this tutorial, we are going check how to update the function we have created to have an output binding to store the data.Azure Functions allows to write code in response to events in Azure and other services, through triggers and bindings.
For more Serverless guides,check out here.
Docker as we know,is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud.
In this article, we are going to check how to configure Jenkins to build Docker Images based on a Dockerfile. Below are the steps of how you can use Docker within a CI/CD pipeline, using Images as a build artifact that can be promoted to different environments and finally production.
For more Docker articles,check out here.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has opened up a new, virtually inexhaustible source of technical innovations, which are equally valuable for a broad variety of industries. Applying smart connected devices, sensors, and gateways to control each part of the production process, manufacturing and infrastructure companies are dramatically increasing their operational efficiency. At the same time, the consumer tech market has exploded with abundance of smart products and spin-off cloud services that they brought to life.
In this article,we are going to look at some of the notable open source projects in IoT arena!
In this article,we will compare above cloud provider’s support for Serverless,also its advantages/disadvantages.
Ethereum as we know is an open blockchain platform that lets anyone build and use decentralized applications that run on blockchain technology.In this post,lets check the steps of how to setup mining in Azure.
In this post,we are going to look how to build a real-time PowerBi dashboard using any of trending Twitter hashtags (ex.#Rajinikanth hashtag) here we are going to analyse social media sentiment post Rajini’s political debut, by analysing twitter hastags hope you would like it!
Prometheus is an open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit originally built at SoundCloud.Prometheus primarily supports a pull-based HTTP model but it also supports alerts, it would be right fit to be part of your operational toolset. Prometheus works well for recording any purely numeric time series. It fits both machine-centric monitoring as well as monitoring of highly dynamic service-oriented architectures.
In this post,we are going to learn about Prometheus concepts,configuration & view metrics.
Microservices is an architectural style that structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services, which implement business capabilities.Applications built as a set of modular components are easier to understand, easier to test, and most importantly easier to maintain over the life of the application.
In this article,check out some of key micoservices design patterns.