Sign in

Site Reliability Engineer @ Red Hat | ex-Grofers | Contributing to {Cloud, Kubernetes}-native OSS

Hi everyone! This is the third part to the N-part series of Kubernetes Operator Dev. In this article, we’re going to dive into exploring how to code a custom resource and the reconciliation loop of an operator/controller.

I’d strongly suggest you to quickly go through the previous part/article because it…


Hi everyone! Welcome to the second part of this N-part series of Kubernetes Operator Dev. Do checkout the first part if you would like to get a nice theoretical intro around what operators are and how do they work. …


Hi everyone! Containers are being picked up almost everywhere by almost everyone for deploying their production workloads, especially for applications backed by service-oriented architecture (which is massive). In turn, Kubernetes is being picked up to an insane extent for the sake of automating the management of such containerized workloads.

And…


Hi everyone. Recently, one of my friends stumbled across a task of monitoring a docker container’s logs with convenience.

Now, of course, the docker logs command can be used to track any container’s logs but not monitor them. What I mean by monitoring is, say, visualising the number of stderr’s…


Hi everyone! Today is 4th May, 2020 and well, it is a special day for me because it marks as exactly 2 years since I started running.

https://hips.hearstapps.com/hmg-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/images/1076/gettyimages-morningrun-1515515761.jpg

So, why am I writing this article?

The last 2 years have been the most lucrative and productive years of my life at…


Docker brought a massive change and practical movement in the virtualization world. And it couldn’t just be supported towards one operating system or one CPU architecture.

So, throughout the lifecycle of docker development, the docker platform expanded to multiple architectures like in 2013, docker spanned across x86_64 architecture, in 2014…


Now a days, most of the application are divided into microservices causing them to be launched on multiple containers across multiple worker machines.

And managing a highly distributed and redundant microserviced application is a huge task in itself.

So, for that, container orchestration saves the day by providing next level…


Containerization or Container Virtualization is an extremely important topic for any computer science student.

That’s because from small scale to large scale projects, usage of containers play a major role in making things much more convenient and efficient.

So, this article is going to be about that!

Let’s dive in!

Introduction

So, in one…


GPUs have become an integral part of computer industry considering their application and even necessity in the fields like gaming, AI, healthcare, etc.

So, it is quite recommended to know about GPUs and how they work considering the efficiency and throughput they bring in, in performing intensive computations.

So, this…


Content Delivery Networks is an easy and extremely important topic especially considering System Design which is asked a lot in software engineering interviews.

Also, one can’t ignore the fact that how extensively CDNs are used for the numerous web apps having focus on global audience.

So, this article is going…

Yashvardhan Kukreja

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store