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  • Top Cloud-Native Certifications and Learning Resources
    Top Cloud-Native Certifications and Learning Resources
    Peter Jausovec
    A quick overview of top cloud-native certifications - where to take them, how much the certifications cost and which learning resources to use.
  • Traefik Proxy 2.x and TLS 101
    Traefik Proxy 2.x and TLS 101
    Gérald Croës
    The challenge that I'll explore today is that you have an HTTP service exposed through Traefik Proxy and you want to deal with the HTTPS burden (TLS termination), leaving your pristine service unspoiled by mundane technical details.
  • How to Deploy Traefik Proxy Using Flux and GitOps Principles
    How to Deploy Traefik Proxy Using Flux and GitOps Principles
    Jakub Hajek
    GitOps makes configuration management seamless by creating a single source of truth for configuration changes so that changes can be transparent, validated, and low-risk. This article and this GitHub repository will show you how Traefik Proxy and Flux can work together to help you implement GitOps principles. But before we jump in, what are these tools, and how do they help?
  • Running Hugo on free Ampere VM (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure)
    Running Hugo on free Ampere VM (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure)
    Peter Jausovec
    In this article, I'll take you on a journey of setting up a free-for-life virtual machine instance running on OCI. We'll be creating the account, a virtual machine instance, creating a Github repository with Hugo, setting up Nginx on the VM, and obtaining a free SSL certificate.
  • Fallacies of Distributed Systems
    Fallacies of Distributed Systems
    Peter Jausovec
    The fallacies of distributed computing or distributed system are a collection of eight statements made by L. Peter Deutsch and others at Sun Microsystems about false assumptions people new to developing distributed applications make. Here's the list of 8 fallacies of distributed systems
  • CAP Theorem Explained
    CAP Theorem Explained
    Peter Jausovec
    The CAP theorem, also named Brewer's theorem after computer scientist Eric Brewer, states that it is impossible for a distributed system to simultaneously provide more than two out of the following three guarantees - consistency, high availability, and partition tolerance.
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