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NMState All you need to know

NetworkManager State (NMState) is a network configuration tool that allows you to manage your networking via a declarative YAML file. It has an easy-to-use CLI and supports both IPv4 and IPv6 configurations. NMState also integrates with the Open vSwitch Database (OVSdb) for external ids management. The declarative approach is a new way to configuration management of network devices in Linux. And it tries to idempotently maintain the system state instead of running a bunch of commands manually to achieve the same.

By |April 12th, 2022|networking|

The Complete Guide on GitOps: What Is It and How Can You Use It?

GitOps is a relatively new term that you may have been hearing lately. But what does it mean, and more importantly, how can you use it? GitOps is a new way of managing your systems using the power of Git. It takes the concepts of version control and applies them to system management.

By |March 30th, 2022|CI/CD, gitops, Hot Topic, openshift|

Web3: Future of Internet 

What is the meaning of Web 3.0 (Web3)? In the area of blockchain and decentralized technology, it's a trendy concept, but is it just a jargon or something we should be paying attention to? In this blog, we'll explain what web3 is, how it works, where it's headed next, and why it's important.

By |January 3rd, 2022|blockchain|

Top ten blockchain technology implementations that will change the way we do financial transactions

Blockchain technology appears to be gaining traction these days. The technology that originated in 2009 as Bitcoin has now become a conventional technology.  Blockchain may be used in a variety of areas, including healthcare, supply chain, logistics, legal, and many more. Blockchain applications are created to improve the efficiency and transparency of corporate processes. 

By |August 25th, 2021|blockchain|

Test your Kubernetes knowledge (Glossary Assessment)

This glossary evaluation is meant to provide a thorough, standardized collection of Kubernetes terminology. It includes Kubernetes-specific technical words as well as more generic phrases that offer context. If you are new to Kubernetes, you should familiarize yourself with the terminology by visiting the official website before taking this test.

By |August 13th, 2021|kubernetes, quiz|

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