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What is YAML, and why is it used for data serialization?

21Oct,21 Post Image

YAML is a straightforward, machine-parsable data serialization format designed for human readability and interaction, which can be used in conjunction with all programming languages. YAML is popular because it is optimized for data serialization, formatted dumping, configuration files, log files, and internet messaging and filtering. Since YAML works in concurrence with any programming language, it […]

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Simplify Kubernetes deployments with Helm (Part 3) – Creating configmaps and secrets

21Sep,17 Post Image

In Part 1 of this blog series we introduced you to Helm. Then, in Part 2, we saw how to specify parameters for a particular Helm release and showed examples that could be applied to other Kubernetes components like stateful and daemon sets. Earlier we created the files and templates for deployments and services that […]

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Simplify Kubernetes deployments with Helm | (Part 2)

17Aug,17 Post Image

In our first installment of this blog series we introduced you to Helm and gave you an overview. Need a quick refresh? Read “Simplify Kubernetes deployments with Helm (Part 1)” Now let’s dig a little deeper. Let’s investigate the Chart we have been using for our example. Instead of installing the Chart like we did […]

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Simplify Kubernetes deployments with Helm | (Part 1)

20Jul,17 Post Image

In this multi-post blog series, I’ll share best practices for simplifying Kubernetes deployments using Helm. In this first post in the series, we’ll give you a basic introduction to Helm. Mainly, we’ll discuss why you need a tool like Helm. Separately, we’re also releasing a series of blog posts on best practices for provisioning and […]

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