Why You Should Use Kubernetes for Your Development Environments

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July 25, 2022

Why You Should Use Kubernetes for Your Development Environments


Kubernetes has become one of the most popular ways to run containerized workloads in production. It simplifies deploying, scaling, and maintaining the containers that run your service. Read More »

 
How to Use Kubernetes Hooks to Track Container Lifecycles


Hooks are commonly used to log container events, implement clean-up scripts, and run asynchronous tasks after a new Pod joins your cluster. In this article, we’ll show how to attach hook handlers to your Pods and gain more control over container lifecycles. Read More »

 
How to Upgrade to React 18


React 18 evolves the popular JavaScript component framework with new features built around concurrent rendering and suspense. It promises better performance, more capabilities, and an improved developer experience for apps that make the switch. Read More »

 
How to Run Docker Compose Containers With GPU Access


GPU access in Docker lets you containerize demanding workloads such as machine learning applications. GPUs aren’t automatically available when you start a new container but they can be activated with the --gpus flag for docker run or by adding extra fields to a docker-compose.yml file. Read More »

 
How to Create a Dockerfile From an Existing Image


Docker images are created by building Dockerfiles. The build process executes the instructions in the Dockerfile to create the filesystem layers that form the final image. Read More »

 
How to Find Pattern Matches Across Multiple Lines With grep


grep is a command line text searching utility that is able to find patterns and strings in files and other types of input. Most matches will match on one line only, but it’s often useful to match across multiple new lines. Read More »

 
How to Upgrade to Docker Compose v2


After almost a year in beta, Docker Compose v2 is generally available as the container management tool’s stable release. Most users should be able to make the switch today. In this guide, we’ll show you how to prepare and apply your upgrade. Read More »

 
What Are Kubernetes Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs)?


Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) are Kubernetes API extensions which can define new object types. Pods, ReplicaSets, ConfigMaps, and Ingresses are examples of common built-in resources. CRDs let you add entirely new types to this list, then manage them using familiar Kubernetes tools such as Kubectl. Read More »

 
How to Make Docker Compose Wait for Dependency Containers


This isn’t always good enough though. Some of your containers might have dependencies on each other that break the application if they can’t be fulfilled. In this guide, we’ll show how you can configure your Compose services to accommodate these dependencies, making it possible to start containers in order. Read More »

 
How to Recursively Search Directory Names in Linux


Everything in Linux is stored in directories, and when writing bash scripts, it’s often useful to search for directories by name. Luckily, you can use the find command to recursively search directory names and display matches. Read More »

 
How to Show Surrounding Lines Around Matches With grep for Linux


grep is a search utility for finding strings and patterns in files and console input. By default, it prints the line that contains the match, but it’s also useful to print out the preceding lines around a match for context. Read More »

 
 

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