Running AWS Services In A Laptop Using LocalStack

LocalStack is a fully functional mock of AWS services running locally on your computer. We can use it to develop and test cloud and serverless apps offline. It can run through the CLI, in a Docker container, or in a Kubernetes cluster. We can use it to create mocks of S3 buckets, Lambda functions, RDS databases, ECR repositories, and more.

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What Is Linkerd Service Mesh? Linkerd Tutorial Part 1

What is Linkerd service mesh? How does Linkerd work? Why do we use Linkerd? This is the first video in a series of tutorials about Linkerd service mesh in Kubernetes clusters.

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How To Replace Docker With nerdctl And Rancher Desktop

How to replace Docker Desktop with nerdctl and Rancher Desktop?

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GitOps Without Pipelines With ArgoCD Image Updater

Can we get rid of the part of CI/CD pipelines that are modifying GitOps manifests repositories with new releases? Can we use Argo CD Image Updater to streamline part of our processes?

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Should We Replace Docker Desktop With Rancher Desktop?

Rancher Desktop is Kubernetes and container management. As such, it could be a good replacement for Docker Desktop. Is that the case? Should we move from Docker Desktop to Rancher Desktop?

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Teleporting And Intercepting Microservices With CodeZero

How do we develop microservices knowing that we cannot run the whole system locally? How do we connect local applications with microservices running in remote Kubernetes clusters? Can CodeZero be the solution?

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Free Docker Desktop Alternative For Mac And Windows

You might have to pay to use Docker Desktop. It’s not “free for all” anymore. Fortunately, there are free alternatives, and we are going to choose the best one.

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How To Troubleshoot And Support Kubernetes Applications And Clusters?

Troubleshoot is a kubectl plugin providing diagnostic tools for Kubernetes clusters and applications. It provides means to troubleshoot potential issues as well as to generate a support bundle that can be sent to the team providing the support.

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