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8 Container Design Patterns that you should know

With the increasing adoption of containers and microservices in the enterprises, there is need now to focus on structuring the containers and other distributed building blocks so that we can solve some of the common design challenges.In this post,we take look at some of the

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10 BEST Kubernetes monitoring tools

Kubernetes is a production-ready, open source platform designed with Google’s accumulated experience in container orchestration, combined with best-of-breed ideas from the community. It is designed to automate deploying, scaling, and operating application containers. With the increasing adoption of containers and microservices in the enterprises, monitoring

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Weave Scope Introduction + Kubernetes tutorial

Introduction Weave Scope is a visualization, and monitoring tool for Docker and Kubernetes.For Microservices-based architecture,Weave scope would be useful in visualizing network bottlenecks, troubleshooting CPU consumption and troubleshooting memory leaks.It provides a top down view into your app as well as your entire infrastructure, and

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3 Alternative Kubernetes container runtimes

Container runtime is the software that is responsible for running containers.To understand better,lets look at typical Kubernetes cluster,its comprised of a master node and a set of slave nodes. If you’re looking for quickstart on basic understanding of Kubernetes concepts, please refer earlier posts for

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Managed Kubernetes Platforms Comparison: GKE vs AKS vs EKS

Kubernetes coordinates a highly available cluster of computers that are connected to work as a single unit. The abstractions in Kubernetes allow you to deploy containerized applications to a cluster without tying them specifically to individual machines.Effort required to set up a single node cluster