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docker

Infrastructure as Code: using Terraform to deploy Kubernetes and microservices

In this video, Ashley Davis demonstrates how to upgrade your infrastructure through code using Terraform.

How to Secure Data in AWS S3 (and still use it)

In this video, Stephen explains how you can secure your data in AWS S3 and still use it.

Secrets Management with Terraform

In this video, Scott Winkler shows you how to manage your secrets securely with Terraform.

How to Run Docker Containers More Securely

Co-author of Docker in Action, Second Edition. and the designer of scalable software systems Stephen Kuenzli explains what are Docker containers and showcases how to run them securely.

Cloud native development with Spring and Kubernetes

From Cloud Native Spring in Action by Thomas Vitale

Chaos Engineering (for) People

From Chaos Engineering by Mikolaj Pawlikowski

This article explores how you can apply Chaos engineering principles to make your team better.

Getting Up to Speed with Kubernetes — fast!

From Kubernetes Quickly by William Denniss

Running Containers in Kubernetes with Pods and Deployments

From Learn Kubernetes in a Month of Lunches by Elton Stoneman

This article delves into getting started running pods with controllers in Kubernetes.

The First Cup of Chaos

From Chaos Engineering by Mikolaj Pawlikowski

This article covers

●      Setting up the VM to run through accompanying code

●      Basics of Linux forensics – why did my process die?

●      Blast radius

Writing and Managing Application Logs with Docker

From Learn Docker in a Month of Lunches by Elton Stoneman

Logging is usually the most boring part of learning a new technology, but it’s not the case with Docker. The basic principle is simple: you need to make sure your application logs are written to the standard output stream, because this is where Docker looks for them. This can be achieved in a couple of ways, which we’ll cover in this article, and then the fun begins.

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