So you've decided to learn about DevOps tools and practices. You've found out about KodeKloud's easy to understand video courses. You're watching those, and everything goes smoothly. But now it's practice time! You roll up your sleeves and start to try it all yourself. You install tools, you edit configuration
Software development is an ever-evolving process. It demands constant innovation and improvements to meet the growing needs of users and businesses. Today, every software organization would like to embrace DevOps culture. DevOps has completely revolutionized the way software is built and delivered. In the world of DevOps, microservices architecture came
In the past few years, container technology has been rapidly adopted across all kinds of organizations. As a result, many businesses now run their services on Kubernetes, Google’s popular container management system. When companies adopt the DevOps way of doing things, Kubernetes is one of the preferred tools. Long
Serverless architectures can help you build scalable, cost-effective applications faster. They remove the burden of operating your own servers and leave you with APIs that you can use to trigger events when a user performs an action in your application or when new data is available. Because serverless also takes
GitOps is a methodology for deploying and managing software applications using Git. It is also referred to as "operations as code" or "code-driven operations," and it uses the principles of DevOps to streamline software updates across an organization. It basically uses a collaborative software development model involving Git and Kubernetes.