How to set up serverless Kubernetes Pods using AWS Fargate and Amazon EKS

27May,20 Post Image

When AWS Fargate was launched, it was the dawn of a new era for containers in the AWS ecosystem — for the first time, cloud engineers could deploy and manage containers without having to manage the underlying infrastructure. AWS Fargate was launched in 2017 for Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) instances. Then, during re:Invent […]

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Drive Continuous Delivery (CD) on Kubernetes with GitOps

24Apr,20 Post Image

Learn how to use Argo CD, a GitOps continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes. At nClouds, we care about GitOps because we strive to use the latest and greatest technologies where they help our clients deliver innovation faster. It’s one of our core values at nClouds: Innovation culture that delivers client value. And, we’re using Argo […]

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Increase your productivity with this handy Kubernetes cheat sheet

10Mar,20 Post Image

We all get it — There are a lot of commands when using Kubernetes, and sometimes things skip your mind. For those pesky days when you just can’t remember how to do a simple thing that you swear you have done a million times, here is nClouds’ handy Kubernetes cheat sheet. Most of these commands […]

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How to deploy a Kubernetes cluster on AWS with Terraform & kops

14Aug,19 Post Image

Sometimes I wonder which technology has more buzz: Kubernetes or AI? Honestly, being a DevOps engineer at a DevOps consulting company, I would say the answer is Kubernetes. 🙂 But, just like any popular technology, there is some confusion because there are many options for deployment: You could use a native solution from your cloud […]

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How to move code from DEV/UAT to PROD fast using AWS CodePipeline and AWS CodeBuild

26Jul,19 Post Image

Is your business focused on delivering new features faster? To do so, are you implementing a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline? Would you like to accelerate the CI/CD process by moving code from development and user acceptance testing stages (DEV/UAT) to production stage (PROD) faster? If so, this blog is for you. In […]

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How to improve microservices-based application availability and engineering productivity with AWS Cloud Map

16Jul,19 Post Image

Does your business need to innovate faster to remain competitive? To accelerate the pace of innovation, have you implemented modern microservices-based applications running in containerized environments? Do you want to improve the availability of those applications and enhance engineering productivity? If so, this blog is for you. The dynamic challenge of microservices Microservices are implemented […]

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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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Continuous delivery using Jenkins DSL, KMS, ECS, Cloudformation and Kubernetes

08Dec,16 Post Image

We build deployment pipelines and continuous delivery for organizations that want to increase their productivity. Here are some of the challenges that our clients commonly face: Building Jenkins and installing plugins itself normally isn’t infrastructure as code We always need solution for encrypting secrets for Jenkins Some time build fails due to resource constraints With the release of ecs-refarch-cloudformation, AWS […]

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