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How Microservices Communicate? Sync vs Async. Direct vs Brokers And Event Busses

How should we design communication between microservices? Should it be synchronous or asynchronous? Should it be direct or through message brokers, event bussed, and gateways?

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How To Secure Kubernetes Clusters With Kubescape And Armo

Are you wondering how to secure your Kubernetes clusters? Do you even know whether your k8s is secure? Kubescape by Armo might be the tool to help you with those and many other tasks related to Kubernetes security.

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Werf: Glue Together Git, Docker, Helm, Kubernetes For CI/CD Pipelines

werf is designed to glue together Git, Docker, Helm, and Kubernetes. It is meant to be used in CI/CD pipelines. Let’s see whether it can be helpful to manage our k8s applications.

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The Best Performance And Load Testing Tool? k6 By Grafana Labs

k6 is an open-source load and performance testing tool. It competes with tolls like JMeter and Gatling and is now part of the Grafana Labs suite of tools.

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How To Create, Provision, And Operate Kubernetes With Cluster API

Cluster API provides declarative APIs that simplify provisioning, upgrading, and operating Kubernetes clusters.

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How To Do Canary Deployments In Kubernetes Using Flagger And Linkerd?

What are canary deployments? How can we combine Weaveworks Flagger and Linkerd service mesh to deploy canary releases in Kubernetes?

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Context-Aware Kubernetes Troubleshooting With Komodor

Komodor tracks changes across Kubernetes clusters and provides the context needed to troubleshoot issues.

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Azure Container Apps: Containers As A Service (CaaS) Flavor Of Serverless

Azure Container Apps is a fully managed Containers As a Service (CaaS) flavor of serverless computing from Azure.

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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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