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DevOpsKubernetes
June 11, 2020

How to Create Ephemeral Environments using Crossplane and ArgoCD?

What if you could just spin up a temporary cluster to test your application and set it to delete it after a certain time period automatically, all of that using…
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DevOps
December 10, 2019

Power your GitLab Auto DevOps pipelines with Crossplane

Introduction Most of the times the CI pipeline's automated test phase requires a database to be provisioned so that the business application can be tested in its entirety. In this…
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DevOpsKubernetes
November 20, 2018

Kubernetes Autoscaling with Custom Metrics

In the previous blog post about Kubernetes autoscaling, we looked at different concepts and terminologies related to autoscaling such as HPA, cluster auto-scaler etc. In this post will do a walkthrough of how kubernetes autoscaling can…
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DevOpsKubernetes
May 10, 2018

Kubernetes Scheduling: Node Affinity

Introduction This article continues from the Part 1 of advanced Kubernetes scheduling. In part 1, we had discussed Taints and tolerations. In this article, we will take a look at other scheduling…
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containerDevOpsKubernetes
April 16, 2018

Advanced Kubernetes Scheduling: Part 1

Introduction The built-in kubernetes scheduling assigns workloads based a multitude of factors such as resources needs, quality of service etc. which can be provided to Kubernetes scheduler as flags. In addition to these, as…
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containerDevOpsdockerServerless
April 26, 2017

Multi-Stage builds with Docker

One of the key announcements at Dockercon 2017 was the launch of multi-stage builds. It is available in Docker version 17.05 onwards and is one of most exciting features. In this post,…
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cloudfoundrycontainerDevOps
July 26, 2016

3 Things You Must Know: Deploying Docker Containers on CloudFoundry

CloudFoundry PaaS Many enterprises adopt a PaaS platform such as CloudFoundry to enable easier scaling and management of applications. CloudFoundry is an open source project originally started by VMWare and now owned…
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