Tag Archives: devops tools

Github Actions review and tutorial

What is GitHub actions? How to use GitHub Actions, and does it work? How can we leverage its marketplace, and what is the pricing? Is it a good solution for CI/CD pipelines? Let’s answer those and other questions through tutorial and review.

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GitHub CLI – How to manage repositories more efficiently

Most of us are used to using GitHub through it’s Web UI. However, that might not be the best or the most efficient way to operate our repositories. CLI might be a much better choice.

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Cloud-Native Apps With Open Application Model (OAM) And KubeVela

Can we define cloud-native applications without dealing with resources related to underlying platforms? One possible solution is to use the Open Application Model (OAM) combined with KubeVela.

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K3d – How to run Kubernetes cluster locally using Rancher k3s

k3d is a lightweight wrapper to run Rancher k3s in Docker. k3d allows us to create single-node and multi-node k3s clusters in Docker, for local development on Kubernetes, or as temporary testing environment.

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EKS Fargate vs. GKE Autopilot – Fully Managed Kubernetes Clusters Compared

AWS Fargate is the first fully managed Kubernetes service. Google Cloud Autopilot followed. Let’s compare EKS Fargate vs. GKE Autopilot and see what the differences are. Which one is better? Which one should we use?
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Pulumi – Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Using Programming Languages

Pulumi allows us to manage infrastructure as code (IaC) using familiar programming languages. It is like Terraform, but without HCL.

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Ketch – How to Simplify Kubernetes Deployments

Ketch makes it easy to deploy and manage applications on Kubernetes through a CLI. It removes the need to deal with Kubernetes complexity. It even removes the need to write YAML files.

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Linode – The Fastest Cloud Computing Provider

Linode is a simple, cheap, and fast cloud computing provider. Should you use it? Does it have a good managed Kubernetes or any other "basic" cloud computing service?

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