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    Docker itself intended to build the answer here, it was the deployment platform of the future and was going to be the heart of their business model. It was called “docker swarm” and unfortunately by the time it arrived there was a fragmented market of already-adopted solutions. Docker as a package format was a runaway winner, and Docker Hub (which became the foundation for the current Docker, Inc. business) was widely used. But the fragmented runtime market left room for a new entrant: (drumroll please…) enter Kubernetes. It was a “community-driven open source project” that was in fact funded and well-staffed by Google engineers, and rose quickly on the claim of being an open-source implementation of Google’s storied internal cluster management system called “borg.”
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  • Coexistence of containers and Helm charts - OCI based registries
    3 projects | | 30 Jan 2024
    Check your artifacts on Docker Hub, and you should see your newly created Helm chart. If you click on the chart, you’ll see more info about the chart and its versions.
  • How to Dockerise a NodeJS - TypeScript API || A Comprehensive Guide from Environment Setup to Deployment with a CI/CD Pipeline
    5 projects | | 18 Jan 2024
    To deploy our previously built docker image on docker hub, head over to Docker Hub official website and login or create an account if you dont have one. After logging in to docker hub, you also need to login on your terminal. Use the following command:
  • Docker setup for Go APIs
    3 projects | | 21 Dec 2023
    FROM: in this step we download the base version of OS or dependency on which our application will run. Here, we are downloading golang:1.21.3 from DockerHub
  • How to Deploy a Dockerized App to Amazon EKS
    3 projects | | 10 Dec 2023
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  • Guia Passo a Passo: Deploy de uma API REST Java no Docker
    3 projects | | 29 Nov 2023
  • Helm Charts: An Organised Way to Install Apps on a Kubernetes Cluster
    4 projects | | 27 Nov 2023
    Helm charts are stored in a chart repository. This repository analogy is similar to docker hub where you can pull or push images. In a chart repository, you can also pull your charts from the repository and update the repository locally for you to use the chart. The repository that hosts Helm charts is ArtifactHub. ArtifactHub is a web based application that enables finding, installing and publishing Kubernetes packages and configurations. Searching for the helm charts can be done in two ways:
  • Deploy your React App using Docker and Nginx
    3 projects | | 27 Nov 2023
    FROM node:lts-alpine as build will tell docker to download a slim LTS(Long Term Support) version of Node image from Docker Hub and set up a Node environment with all base requirements needed to run a Node project in our case a React project for production that.
  • Kubernetes Services; Expose your app to the Internet
    2 projects | | 24 Nov 2023
    Create a Docker Hub account - Docker Hub, like GitHub for Docker Images. This is where we would push our docker image. Note: DockerHub is not the only place we can push our images, just as GitHub is not the only place to push our code. Docker hub is just one of the popular destinations for your open-source docker images. Take note of your username while signing up. It would be useful later on
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