9 Best Docker and Kubernetes Resources for All Levels

If you’re a developer hunting for Docker and Kubernetes-related resources, then you have finally arrived at the right place. Docker is a suite of software development tools for creating, sharing and running individual containers. it started with a great developer experience. You can just bring up new applications with a simple command; docker run -it alpine.  As … Read more9 Best Docker and Kubernetes Resources for All Levels

Jenkins & Kubernetes | How to Use them Together?

Jenkins is one of the most popular ways for you to run automated pipelines. It runs on Java and allows you to have scripted, declarative, and freestyle pipelines. Jenkins also has a massive plugin ecosystem, where you will find plugins that help connect Jenkins to just about everything. It also supports a master-slave configuration where … Read moreJenkins & Kubernetes | How to Use them Together?

Getting Started with Docker and Kubernetes on Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi boards today are not just limited to hobbyists and makers. It is heavily used in the IoT industry as a preferable solution for Linux Edge computing. The Raspberry Pi is a tiny computer about the size of a deck of cards. It uses what’s called a system on a chip, which integrates the … Read moreGetting Started with Docker and Kubernetes on Raspberry Pi

How to Import CSV data into Redis using Docker

CSV refers to “comma-separated values”. A CSV file is a simple text file in which data record is separated by commas or other types of values as the delimiter. It is commonly used in spreadsheet apps. Each line of the file in CSV is basically a data record. Each record consists of one or more fields. Sometimes Redis instances … Read moreHow to Import CSV data into Redis using Docker

Integrated Search Capability in Docker Desktop to accelerate the Modern Application Development

In the latest Docker Desktop v4.14.x release, Docker announced the “Search” feature in the Desktop dashboard for the first time. This feature allows you to search containers, local images and Docker Hub images directly from the dashboard. Not only this, it allows you to pull and spin up Docker containers right from the search option. Interesting, … Read moreIntegrated Search Capability in Docker Desktop to accelerate the Modern Application Development

How to Dockerize Machine Learning Applications Built with Streamlit and Python

This post was originally posted here by the author. This was written in collaboration with Soniya Mehta, a Data Scientist working at EXL Health. Customer churn is a million-dollar problem for businesses today. The SaaS market is becoming increasingly saturated, and customers can choose from plenty of providers. Retention and nurturing are challenging. Online businesses … Read moreHow to Dockerize Machine Learning Applications Built with Streamlit and Python

Running MongoDB in a Docker Container in 5 Minutes

If you’re looking out for a scalable document database, MongoDB might be the perfect choice for you. It is an open-source, non-relational database management system that uses flexible documents instead of tables and rows to process and store various forms of data. According to the “DB-Engines Ranking – Trend of Document Stores Popularity” chart, Mongo is the … Read moreRunning MongoDB in a Docker Container in 5 Minutes

Docker and Wasm Containers – Better Together

WebAssembly is a portmanteau of two terms – Web and Assembly. The Web is an interconnected system of public web pages accessible through the Internet. On the other hand, an assembly language is a type of low-level programming language that is intended to communicate directly with a computer’s hardware and is designed to be readable by … Read moreDocker and Wasm Containers – Better Together

Docker Dev Environments Explained in 5 Minutes

Dev Environments lets you create a configurable developer environment with all the code and tools you need to quickly get up and running. It helps in the following ways: Uses a container locally as a full development environment. Allows developers to share code (including dependencies) with your team members in one click. Move quickly between … Read moreDocker Dev Environments Explained in 5 Minutes

Running MinIO using Docker Desktop in 5 Minutes

MinIO is an open-source distributed object storage server written in Go, designed for Private Cloud infrastructure providing S3 storage functionality. It is a high-performance object storage solution that provides an Amazon Web Services S3-compatible API and supports all core S3 features. MinIO is built to deploy anywhere – public or private cloud, bare-metal infrastructure, orchestrated environments, … Read moreRunning MinIO using Docker Desktop in 5 Minutes

How to setup Java on Apple Mac M1 Pro in 2 Minutes

Java™ is the world’s leading programming language and platform. The Adoptium Working Group promotes and supports high-quality, TCK certified runtimes and associated technology for use across the Java™ ecosystem. Eclipse Temurin is the name of the OpenJDK distribution from Adoptium. The Eclipse Temurin binaries are provided at no cost to you by Adoptium to use, … Read moreHow to setup Java on Apple Mac M1 Pro in 2 Minutes

Docker Desktop 4.13.0 introduces a New Dev Environment CLI for the first time

Docker Desktop 4.13.0 is now available for Docker developers to download and install on all the leading platforms – MacOS, Linux and Windows. It comes with the latest Kubernetes v1.25.2, Compose v2.12.0 and Snyk v1.1025.0. This release introduced a new Docker CLI plugin for the first time called docker dev. The docker dev is a new Dev Environments CLI that lets you create, list, and run Dev Envs via … Read moreDocker Desktop 4.13.0 introduces a New Dev Environment CLI for the first time

Multi-Tenancy in Kubernetes using Loft’s Vcluster

  Consider a typical case of a virtual machine(a.k.a VM). A VM is a machine that is running inside a machine and is used widely for development purposes. VMs are so popular because several people can have their own “machines” that are completely separated from one another, allowing them to work separately, but also use … Read moreMulti-Tenancy in Kubernetes using Loft’s Vcluster

Dockerizing a NodeJS , Express, Redis with Nginx Proxy using Docker Compose

With over 18,700 stars, 2,900 forks, awesome-compose is a popular Docker repository that provides a starting point for how to integrate different services using a Compose file and to manage their deployment with Docker Compose. This project is maintained by Docker, Inc and open for the community to contribute and submit their compose file. Available Categories … Read moreDockerizing a NodeJS , Express, Redis with Nginx Proxy using Docker Compose

Shipa – A Kubernetes Platform from the Developer’s Perspective

When a new developer joins your team, there is a possibility that they might not know much about Kubernetes. After all, there is no need for a regular front-end developer to know the internals of how your complex Kubernetes cluster works. So, while they might be excellent at their job as a front-end developer, they … Read moreShipa – A Kubernetes Platform from the Developer’s Perspective

Why It Is A Good Idea To Adopt DevOps As A Service?

Although DevOps has emerged as the industry benchmark for contemporary IT, various people have varied definitions of the term. What does DevOps actually include, and why has demand snowballed? DevOps refers to the collaboration of development and operations teams that allows for the continuous delivery of apps and services to our end users. What distinguishes … Read moreWhy It Is A Good Idea To Adopt DevOps As A Service?

Collabnix Monthly Newsletter – October 2022

Welcome to the Collabnix Weekly Updates! We bring you a curated list of the latest DevOps tutorials, sample apps, events, Podcasts and videos. Welcoming Hacktoberfest !! Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open-source projects, their maintainers, and the entire community of contributors. This event is all about giving back to the community and celebrating all … Read moreCollabnix Monthly Newsletter – October 2022

How to Achieve Observability for MicroServices-Based Apps

The digital revolution has helped transform multiple spheres of business. Microservices-based architecture is perhaps the most impactful digital transformation yet, with its rapid deployment capabilities and specific functionalities. It has enabled various departments of a business to create and own apps that cater to tasks or process-specific operations and help enhance productivity. In fact, certain … Read moreHow to Achieve Observability for MicroServices-Based Apps

Venturing into the world of Developer Experience (DX) | Docker Extension

Submit Your Extension Docker Extensions lets you use third-party tools within Docker Desktop to extend its functionality. There is no limit to the number of extensions you can install. With Docker Extensions, you can seamlessly connect your favourite development tools to your application development and deployment workflows. You can even augment Docker Desktop with debugging, … Read moreVenturing into the world of Developer Experience (DX) | Docker Extension

Celebrating Hacktoberfest with Docker Extensions

This post was originally posted by the author on Docker DEVCommunity site. Community is at the heart of what Docker does. From our Docker Captains sharing their insight and expertise to hundreds of Meetup events around the world, to our Slack and community forums for peer-to-peer support, there’s someone else out there who has been there, done … Read moreCelebrating Hacktoberfest with Docker Extensions

Collabnix Community is Now on Discord !!

Yes, you heard it right. We are finally having our community on Discord. Join us on our Discord server for 24/7/365 making, sharing, and helping each other.   Discord is one of the fastest-growing voice, video and text communication services used by millions of people in the world. It is the easiest way to talk, chat, … Read moreCollabnix Community is Now on Discord !!

5 New Features of Docker Desktop that You Should be Aware of

Docker Inc announced Docker Desktop v4.12 availability early this September. Some of the notable features introduced with this release are listed below: 1. Integration of Containerd in Docker Desktop Docker has used containerd as part of Docker Engine for managing the container lifecycle (creating, starting, and stopping) for a while now! This new work is … Read more5 New Features of Docker Desktop that You Should be Aware of

Choosing the right Docker Image for your Apple M1 Pro

What happens when you try to pull the following MySQL Docker image on your Apple MacBook M1 Pro laptop? docker pull mysql:8.0.23 You might encounter the following error message: 8.0.23: Pulling from library/mysql no matching manifest for linux/arm64/v8 in the manifest list entries The same command might work on the Cloud instance or on your … Read moreChoosing the right Docker Image for your Apple M1 Pro

Pick of the Week: The “mplatform/mquery” Docker Hub Image

Here’s a question for you ~ How would you know if the Docker image that you are planning to download support your platform? One obvious way is to visit Docker Hub and check out its “Tags” section. It’s a manual task. Right? There must be better way to tackle this. Introducing the mplatform/mquery Docker image… … Read morePick of the Week: The “mplatform/mquery” Docker Hub Image

Top 10 Tips For Successful DevOps Implementation

With the increasing demand for DevOps in the tech world, it has become quite clear that a business requires DevOp to see some growth. All the big companies have understood the value of DevOps, while some are still learning how to implement it. A survey found that an IT business that regularly involves DevOps in … Read moreTop 10 Tips For Successful DevOps Implementation

Portainer in 5 Minutes using Docker Extensions

    With over 1B+ Docker Hub Pulls and 22,300 GitHub stars, Portainer is the most popular container management platform in the world. Portainer has its own simplified GUI, which makes it easy for users to get started. It is a lightweight management UI that allows you to easily manage your container host, Docker Swarm … Read morePortainer in 5 Minutes using Docker Extensions

Getting Started with Docker on Seeed Studio’s reComputer Powered by NVIDIA Jetson

Last week, I was lucky enough to get access to the latest Seeed Studio reComputer J1020 edge AI device for the first time. The reComputer J1020 is powered by Jetson Nano development kit. It is a small, hand-sized powerful computer that brings the power of modern AI for embedded developers. This $259 small device  is … Read moreGetting Started with Docker on Seeed Studio’s reComputer Powered by NVIDIA Jetson

Get Started with Kubernetes

Kubernetes (a.k.a K8s) is an open-source container-orchestration system which manages the containerised applications and takes care of the automated deployment, storage, scaling, scheduling, load balancing, updates(rolling-updates), self-healing, batch-execution and monitoring of containers across clusters of hosts. Kubernetes was originally developed by Google labs and later donated to Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).  Why Kubernetes? There … Read moreGet Started with Kubernetes

An Ultimate Curated List of Docker Extensions

Docker Extensions lets you use third-party tools within Docker Desktop to extend its functionality. Why Developers need Docker Extension? Extensions allows developers to seamlessly connect their favorite development tools to your application development and deployment workflows Extension augments Docker Desktop with debugging, testing, security, and networking functionalities, and build custom add-ons using the Extensions SDK … Read moreAn Ultimate Curated List of Docker Extensions

What’s New in Docker Desktop 4.9.1?

  Docker Desktop 4.9.1 was made available today by Docker, Inc.  It comes with Docker Engine 20.10.16 and Compose 2.6.0 for the first time. This new release is available to download for the new users as well as to update if you have existing 4.9.0 version installed in your system. Here are few notable changes and new features introduced with this release: … Read moreWhat’s New in Docker Desktop 4.9.1?

Visualize Docker Compose codebase using Pycograph

Pycograph is an open source tool that creates a Graph model of your Python code. The tool lets you to explore your Python codebase with graph queries. With Pycograph, you can query the python code with Cypher. The project is hosted over https://pycograph.com/ and package is available in PyPI repository. It was introduced for the … Read moreVisualize Docker Compose codebase using Pycograph

Kubernetes Networking 101

Thanks to Collabnix community member Divyajeet Singh   for contributing this content for KubeLabs – The #1 Kubernetes Resources for all Levels. Do you have anything exciting to share with Collabnix community? Do visit Collabnix community Slack and we might feature you in Collabnix website. Kubernetes is a technology that helps you get the most out of your … Read moreKubernetes Networking 101

What is Azure Kubernetes Service(AKS) and Why Do You Need it?

Thanks to Collabnix community member Mewantha Bandar  , a Senior Software Engineer at IFS for contributing this content for KubeLabs – The #1 Kubernetes Resources for all Levels. Do you have anything exciting to share with Collabnix community? Do visit Collabnix community Slack and we might feature you in Collabnix website. If you’re a great … Read moreWhat is Azure Kubernetes Service(AKS) and Why Do You Need it?

Top 50 Essential Docker Developer Tools You Must be Aware Of

Access to Docker Developer Tools Developing apps today is not just about writing code. There are multiple languages, frameworks, architectures, and discontinuous interfaces between tools for each lifecycle stage creates enormous complexity. Docker today simplifies and accelerates your workflow, while giving developers the freedom to innovate with their choice of tools, application stacks, and deployment … Read moreTop 50 Essential Docker Developer Tools You Must be Aware Of

What is a Dockerfile – A Step-By-Step Guide

A Dockerfile is a text file which contains a series of commands or instructions. These instructions are executed in the order in which they are written. Execution of these instructions takes place on a base image. On building the Dockerfile, the successive actions form a new image from the base parent image.   We will … Read moreWhat is a Dockerfile – A Step-By-Step Guide

Docker Desktop for Linux,  Docker Extensions and more with the latest v4.8.2 release

Docker Desktop 4.8.2 is now available for download for Mac, Windows and Linux. Here are the major highlights: Docker Desktop for various Linux distributions made available for the first time. DEB, RPM and Arch packages available for download. Includes a New Docker Engine 20.10.14 The New Docker Compose v2.5.1 is available Docker Extensions are now available in beta to extend Docker Desktop’s capabilities. Now you can install popular extensions … Read moreDocker Desktop for Linux,  Docker Extensions and more with the latest v4.8.2 release

Limit access to Kubernetes Resources using RBAC – KubeLabs Glossary

  RBAC is a security design that restricts access to valuable resources based on the role the user holds, hence the name role-based. To understand the importance and the need of having RBAC policies in place, let’s consider a system that doesn’t use it. Let’s say that you have an HR management solution, but the … Read moreLimit access to Kubernetes Resources using RBAC – KubeLabs Glossary

How To Use & Manage Kubernetes DaemonSets? – KubeLabs Glossary

  Imagine that you want to run a process on all the nodes of the cluster. One of the easiest solution could be running cron job that runs on machine boot or reboot. Also, alternatively one can use the /etc/init.local file to ensure that a specific process or command gets executed as soon as the … Read moreHow To Use & Manage Kubernetes DaemonSets? – KubeLabs Glossary

How to Connect to Remote Docker using docker context CLI

A Single Docker CLI is powerful enough to manage multiple Docker nodes. Before Docker v19.03 release, managing the multiple Docker hosts from a single node was a cumbersome task. The only option available was to use DOCKER_HOST variable to identify a remote host to connect to. With the release of Docker v19.03, a new docker context … Read moreHow to Connect to Remote Docker using docker context CLI

Easy way to free up Jetson Nano SD card disk space by 40%

The NVIDIA® Jetson Nano™ Developer Kit is a great way to get started with AI. It is a small, powerful computer that lets you run multiple neural networks in parallel for applications like image classification, object detection, segmentation, and speech processing. All in an easy-to-use platform that runs in as little as 5 watts. Last week, I … Read moreEasy way to free up Jetson Nano SD card disk space by 40%

Dockerize an API based Flask App and Redis using Docker Desktop

If you’re a developer looking out for a lightweight but robust framework that can help you in web development with fewer lines of code, then Flask is the right tool for you. Flask is a simple, light-weight framework popularly categorized as a micro framework.  Simple applications can be built with ease and do not require … Read moreDockerize an API based Flask App and Redis using Docker Desktop

Creating Your First React app using Docker Desktop

  React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It makes it painless to create interactive UIs. You can design simple views for each state in your application, and React efficiently update and render just the right components when your data changes. React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user … Read moreCreating Your First React app using Docker Desktop

Docker Desktop 4.7.0 introduces the SBOM for Docker Images for the first time

Today, it’s hard to find any software built from the scratch. Most of the application built today uses the combination of components, development frameworks, libraries either downloaded or compiled from the 3rd party sources. Said that, more companies are seeking deeper transparency into the software components entering their software supply chain.  SBOMs: The New Entry … Read moreDocker Desktop 4.7.0 introduces the SBOM for Docker Images for the first time

Highlights: Docker 9th Birthday Celebration Meetup with JFrog Community

Docker Bangalore Community is very close to reach 11,000+ members. In collaboration with JFrog, the community brought together the DevOps and DevSecOps ecosystem together on March 26, 2022, to celebrate Docker 9th birthday.  Since its introduction at PyCon in 2013, Docker has changed the way the world develops applications. And over the last 9 years, … Read moreHighlights: Docker 9th Birthday Celebration Meetup with JFrog Community

The Rise of Low-Code/No-Code Application Platforms

Today organizations are experiencing the shortage of software developers and it is expected to hit businesses hard in 2022. Skilled developers are often in short supply. Enterprises that are relying on traditional development methods are struggling to react fast to market disruptions and implement new digital services. They are struggling to deliver future-proof apps that … Read moreThe Rise of Low-Code/No-Code Application Platforms

Awesome-Compose: What It is and Why You Should Really Care About It

With over 14,700 stars, 2,000 forks, awesome-compose is a popular Docker repository that contains a curated list of Docker Compose samples. It helps developers learn about Docker Compose by providing a starting point for how to integrate different services using a Compose file and to manage their deployment with Docker Compose. This project is hosted over Docker … Read moreAwesome-Compose: What It is and Why You Should Really Care About It

5 Raspberry Pi Projects That Will Boost Your Child’s Coding Skills

The Raspberry Pi is powerful computer despite its size. This portable device comes with a CPU based on the Advanced RISC Machines ( ARM) architecture. It runs on reduced instruction set to have a high operating speed. This device is also capable of wireless connections and fast and high memory capacities. Engineers, electronics, and programming … Read more5 Raspberry Pi Projects That Will Boost Your Child’s Coding Skills

Getting Started with Argo CD on Docker Desktop

DevOps is a way for development and operations teams to work together collaboratively. It is basically a cultural change. Organizations adopt DevOps culture in order to be able to produce new applications and services at high velocity. To achieve high velocity and fast innovation, GitOps was born. GitOps gives you tools and a framework to … Read moreGetting Started with Argo CD on Docker Desktop

Sensor Data Collection and Analytics – From IoT to Cloud in 5 Minutes

The BME680 is a digital 4-in-1 sensor with gas, humidity, pressure, and temperature measurement based on proven sensing principles. The state-of-the-art BME680 breakout lets you measure temperature, pressure, humidity, and indoor air quality, and is Raspberry Pi and Arduino-compatible! The sensor module is housed in an extremely compact metal-lid LGA package with a footprint of … Read moreSensor Data Collection and Analytics – From IoT to Cloud in 5 Minutes

How to Boot NVIDIA Jetson Nano from USB instead of SD card

Booting from a SD card is a traditional way of running OS on NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB model and it works really great. But what if you’re running out of disk space. Say, you are running AI-based heavy-duty container workloads on your 16GB SD card and suddenly, you find that these gigs of container images … Read moreHow to Boot NVIDIA Jetson Nano from USB instead of SD card

How to setup and run Redis in a Docker Container

Redis stands for REmote DIctionary Server. It is an open source, fast NoSQL database written in ANSI C and optimized for speed. Redis is an in-memory database that means that all data in Redis is stored in RAM, delivering the fastest possible access times to the data for both read and write requests. Redis  is designed and implemented for … Read moreHow to setup and run Redis in a Docker Container

Top 25 Active Chatrooms for DevOps Engineers like You

As the tech stacks are becoming more and more complex and business is moving at a fast pace, DevOps Teams worldwide are turning to the communication tools like Slack and Discord to stay productive. Collabnix community is coming together to list out the top 100 active Slack and discord channels for DevOps engineer like you. … Read moreTop 25 Active Chatrooms for DevOps Engineers like You

How to build a Sample Album Viewer application using Windows containers

This tutorial walks you through building and running the sample Album Viewer application with Windows containers. The Album Viewer app is an ASP.NET Core application, maintained by Microsoft MVP Rick Strahl. There is a fork at dockersamples/dotnet-album-viewer which uses Docker Windows containers. Docker isn’t just for new apps built with .NET Core. You can run full .NET Framework apps in … Read moreHow to build a Sample Album Viewer application using Windows containers

How to efficiently scale Terraform infrastructure?

Terraform infrastructure gets complex with every new deployment. The code helps you to manage the infrastructure uniformly. But as the organization grows, it itself becomes hard to maintain and scale appropriately. In this article, I will be showing how you can grow and manage Terraform workflow at scale. Scalability has various dimensions. You may want to … Read moreHow to efficiently scale Terraform infrastructure?

Top 6 Docker Security Scanning Practices

When it comes to running containers and using Kubernetes, it’s important to make security just as much of a priority as development. The DevOps approach to development is what brings security and development teams together to create code that’s effective and secure. Managing container vulnerabilities can be tricky due to how many elements are involved. … Read moreTop 6 Docker Security Scanning Practices

Top 5 Docker Myths and Facts That You Should be Aware of

  Today, every fast-growing business enterprise has to deploy new features of their app rapidly if they really want to survive in this competitive market. Developing apps today requires so much more than writing code. For developers, there is a vast array of complex tooling and a duplicate set of commands and tasks to go … Read moreTop 5 Docker Myths and Facts That You Should be Aware of

5 Minutes to AI Data Pipeline

According to a recent Gartner report, “By the end of 2024, 75% of organizations will shift from piloting to operationalizing artificial intelligence (AI), driving a 5x increase in streaming data analytics infrastructure.” The report, Top 10 Trends in Data and Analytics, 2020, further states, “Getting AI into production requires IT leaders to complement DataOps and … Read more5 Minutes to AI Data Pipeline

Getting Started with Terraform in 5 Minutes

Terraform is an infrastructure as code (IaC) tool that allows you to build, change, and version infrastructure safely and efficiently. This includes low-level components such as compute instances, storage, and networking, as well as high-level components such as DNS entries, SaaS features, etc. Terraform can manage existing and popular service providers as well as custom in-house solutions. … Read moreGetting Started with Terraform in 5 Minutes

Top 5 Effective Discord Bot For Your Server in 2022

Discord is one of the fastest-growing voice, video and text communication services used by millions of people in the world. It is the easiest way to talk, chat, hang out, and stay close with your friends and communities. It is available over 28 languages and primarily aimed at gamers. Discord was started to solve a … Read moreTop 5 Effective Discord Bot For Your Server in 2022

How to build and run a Python app in a container – Docker Python Tutorial

In May 2021, over 80,000 developers participated in StackOverFlow Annual Developer survey. Python traded places with SQL to become the third most popular language. Docker is a containerization tool used for spinning up isolated, reproducible application environments. It is a popular development tool for Python developers. The tutorials and articles here will teach you how to … Read moreHow to build and run a Python app in a container – Docker Python Tutorial

Running Automated Tasks with a CronJob over Kubernetes running on Docker Desktop

Docker Desktop 4.1.1 got released last week. This latest version support Kubernetes 1.21.5 that was made available recently by the Kubernetes community. There were couple of new features announced with this latest version of Kubernetes. For example, CronJobs graduated to the stable version for the first time, Immutable Secrets and ConfigMaps graduated (Secrets and ConfigMaps … Read moreRunning Automated Tasks with a CronJob over Kubernetes running on Docker Desktop

How to setup GPS Module with Raspberry Pi and perform Google Map Geo-Location Tracking in a Real-Time

NEO-6M GPS Module with EPROM is a complete GPS module that uses the latest technology to give the best possible positioning information and includes a larger built-in 25 x 25mm active GPS antenna with a UART TTL socket. A battery is also included so that you can obtain a GPS lock faster. This is an … Read moreHow to setup GPS Module with Raspberry Pi and perform Google Map Geo-Location Tracking in a Real-Time

Top Kubernetes Tools You Need for 2022- Devtron

Thanks to Collabnix community members Abhinav Dubey, Ashutosh Kale and Vinodkumar Mandalapu for all the collaboration and contribution towards these blog post series. What’s the biggest benefit you’ve seen for your business or team from adopting Kubernetes? What are the primary reasons your organization is using Kubernetes? Which areas of the Kubernetes tech stack need to mature the most to make it … Read moreTop Kubernetes Tools You Need for 2022- Devtron

Top Kubernetes Tools You Need for 2022 – Popeye

Thanks to Collabnix community members Abhinav Dubey and Ashutosh Kale for all the collaboration and contribution towards this blog post series. Kubernetes and cloud native technologies have continued to gain momentum. As per the latest CNCF survey report, Kubernetes use in production has increased to 83%, up from 78% last year. Use of containers in … Read moreTop Kubernetes Tools You Need for 2022 – Popeye

Getting Started with Docker and AI workloads on NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Platform

If you’re an IoT Edge developer and looking out to build and deploy the production-grade end-to-end AI robotics applications, then check out a highly powerful and robust NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier developer platform. The NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Xavier™ Developer Kit provides a full-featured development platform designed for IoT Edge developers to easily create and deploy … Read moreGetting Started with Docker and AI workloads on NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Platform

Hack into the DJI Robomaster S1 Battle Bot in 5 Minutes

When I saw the RoboMaster S1 for the first time, I was completely stoked. I was impressed by its sturdy look. It’s a powerful hefty drone weighing around 7 pounds and feels like a heavy tank. The DJI Robomaster S1 is undoubtedly one of the most complex battling robot that you can build yourself and … Read moreHack into the DJI Robomaster S1 Battle Bot in 5 Minutes

Building a Real-Time Crowd Face Mask Detection System using Docker on NVIDIA Jetson Nano

Did you know? Around 94% of AI Adopters are using or plan to use containers within 1 year time. Containers are revolutionizing a variety of workloads across the enterprise IT space, and AI adopters seem keen on using this technology to improve their AI workloads. AI adopters are intrigued by the benefits of scalability and … Read moreBuilding a Real-Time Crowd Face Mask Detection System using Docker on NVIDIA Jetson Nano

How I visualized Time Series Data directly over IoT Edge device using Docker & Grafana

Application developers look to Redis and RedisTimeSeries to work with real-time internet of things (IoT) sensor data. RedisTimeseries is a Redis module to enhance your experience managing time-series data with Redis. It simplifies the use of Redis for time-series use cases such as internet of things (IoT) data, stock prices, and telemetry. With RedisTimeSeries, you … Read moreHow I visualized Time Series Data directly over IoT Edge device using Docker & Grafana

A First Look at Dev Environments Feature under Docker Desktop 3.5.0

Starting Docker Desktop 3.5.0, Docker introduced the Dev Environments feature for the first time. The Dev Environments feature is the foundation of Docker’s new collaborative team development experience. It provides a simple way for developers to share their work in progress code, connect code into a container to edit it/rebuild it and a way to … Read moreA First Look at Dev Environments Feature under Docker Desktop 3.5.0

How to assemble DJI Robomaster S1 for the first time?

The RoboMaster S1 is an educational robot that provides users with an in-depth understanding of science, math, physics, programming, and more through captivating gameplay modes and intelligent features. Top 10 Features Support for Python and Scratch programming language 46 Programmable Components – all in DIY mode 6 Programmable AI Module Low-latency HD FPV Scratch & … Read moreHow to assemble DJI Robomaster S1 for the first time?

Building Your First Jetson Container

The NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit is the ideal platform for teaching, learning, and developing AI and robotics applications. It uses the same proven NVIDIA JetPack Software Development Kit (SDK) used in breakthrough AI-based products. The new developer kit is unique in its ability to utilize the entire NVIDIA CUDA-X™ accelerated computing software stack … Read moreBuilding Your First Jetson Container

What You Should Expect From Collabnix Joint Meetup with JFrog & Docker Bangalore Event?

This June 19th, 2021, the Collabnix community is coming together with JFrog & Docker Bangalore Meetup Group to conduct a meetup event for DevOps practitioners. This will be a 100% virtual event where DevOps mindset, skills, and tools converge. This will be a half-day event that brings together leaders in DevOps and the Cloud-native world … Read moreWhat You Should Expect From Collabnix Joint Meetup with JFrog & Docker Bangalore Event?

Kubectl for Docker Beginners

Kubectl is a command-line interface for running commands against Kubernetes clusters. kubectl looks for a file named config in the $HOME/.kube directory. You can specify other kubeconfig files by setting the $KUBECONFIG environment variable or by setting the –kubeconfig flag. If you’re a Docker beginner and want to switch to Kubernetes, then this guide will be super useful for you. Most of the … Read moreKubectl for Docker Beginners

Running RedisInsight Docker container in a rootless mode

On a typical installation, the Docker daemon manages all the containers. The Docker daemon controls every aspect of the container lifecycle. Older versions of Docker required that the Daemon started by a user with root privileges. This required giving users full access to a machine in order to control and configure Docker. As a result, … Read moreRunning RedisInsight Docker container in a rootless mode

Docker Compose now shipped with Docker CLI by default

Last year, Dockercon attracted 78,000 registrants, 21,000 conversations across 193 countries. This year, it was an even much bigger event attracting over 90,000+ attendees. With tons of speakers, tracks, and community rooms, it was a 1-day busy event with exciting announcements, talks & community room sessions. This year, Docker Compose 2.0 was announced for the … Read moreDocker Compose now shipped with Docker CLI by default

Delivering Container-based Apps to IoT Edge devices | Dockercon 2021

Did you know? Dockercon 2021 was attended by 80,000 participants on the first day. It was an amazing experience hosting “Docker for IoT Edge devices” community room sessions for the first time in Dockercon 2021. In total, there were 6 speakers who delivered a talk about IoT, ARM, 5G, Docker & Edge. I kicked off … Read moreDelivering Container-based Apps to IoT Edge devices | Dockercon 2021

What are Kubernetes Pods? | KubeLabs Glossary

Kubernetes (commonly referred to as K8s) is an orchestration engine for container technologies such as Docker and rkt that is taking over the DevOps scene in the last couple of years. It is already available on Azure and Google Cloud as a managed service. Kubernetes can speed up the development process by making easy, automated … Read moreWhat are Kubernetes Pods? | KubeLabs Glossary

Running Minecraft in Rootless Mode under Docker 20.10.6

Rootless mode was introduced in Docker Engine v19.03 as an experimental feature for the first time. Rootless mode graduated from experimental in Docker Engine v20.10. Rootless mode allows running the Docker daemon and containers as a non-root user to mitigate potential vulnerabilities in the daemon and the container runtime. The rootless mode does not require … Read moreRunning Minecraft in Rootless Mode under Docker 20.10.6

Running RedisInsight using Docker Compose

RedisInsight is an intuitive and efficient GUI for Redis, allowing you to interact with your databases and manage your data—with built-in support for the most popular Redis modules. It runs on Windows, macOS, Linux and even can be run as a Docker container and Kubernetes Pods. Last week, I came across the StackOverflow question around … Read moreRunning RedisInsight using Docker Compose

Getting Started with BME680 Sensor on NVIDIA Jetson Nano

The BME680 is a digital 4-in-1 sensor with gas, humidity, pressure, and temperature measurement based on proven sensing principles. The state-of-the-art BME680 breakout lets you measure temperature, pressure, humidity, and indoor air quality, and is Raspberry Pi and Arduino-compatible! The sensor module is housed in an extremely compact metal-lid LGA package with a footprint of … Read moreGetting Started with BME680 Sensor on NVIDIA Jetson Nano

How to run NodeJS Application inside Docker container on Raspberry Pi

This is the complete guide starting from all the required installation to actual dockerizing and running of a node.js application. But first of all, why should we even dockerize our application? You can launch an entire development environment on any computer supporting Docker which means you don’t have to install libraries, dependencies, download packages, etc. … Read moreHow to run NodeJS Application inside Docker container on Raspberry Pi

A Closer Look at AI Data Pipeline

According to a recent Gartner report, “By the end of 2024, 75% of organizations will shift from piloting to operationalizing artificial intelligence (AI), driving a 5x increase in streaming data analytics infrastructure.” The report, Top 10 Trends in Data and Analytics, 2020, further states, “Getting AI into production requires IT leaders to complement DataOps and … Read moreA Closer Look at AI Data Pipeline

How I built the first ARM-based Docker Image on Pinebook using buildx tool?

The Pinebook Pro is a Linux and *BSD ARM laptop from PINE64. It is built to be a compelling alternative to mid-ranged Chromebooks that people convert into Linux laptops. It features an IPS 1080p 14″ LCD panel, a premium magnesium alloy shell, high capacity eMMC storage, a 10,000 mAh capacity battery, and the modularity that … Read moreHow I built the first ARM-based Docker Image on Pinebook using buildx tool?

Portainer Vs Rancher

According to Gartner “By 2024, low-code application development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity.” Low code development is a new approach to build apps at a faster pace and allows applications deployment by a simple drag-and-drop as well as a point-and-click interface. Many businesses are combining DevOps approaches with low-code(or … Read morePortainer Vs Rancher

Getting Started with NVIDIA Jetson Nano From Scratch

The NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit is the ideal platform for teaching, learning, and developing AI and robotics applications. It uses the same proven NVIDIA JetPack Software Development Kit (SDK) used in breakthrough AI-based products. The new developer kit is unique in its ability to utilise the entire NVIDIA CUDA-X™ accelerated computing software stack … Read moreGetting Started with NVIDIA Jetson Nano From Scratch

A New DockerHub CLI Tool under Docker Desktop 3.0.0

Docker Desktop is the preferred choice for millions of developers building containerized applications. With the latest Docker Desktop Community 3.0.0 Release, a new Hub CLI tool was introduced, right called Hub-tool. The new Hub CLI tool lets you explore, inspect, and manage your content on Docker Hub as well as work with your teams and manage your account. … Read moreA New DockerHub CLI Tool under Docker Desktop 3.0.0

A First Look at PineBook Pro – A 14” ARM Linux Laptop For Just $200

If you’re a FOSS enthusiast and looking out for a powerful little ARM laptop, PineBook Pro is what you need. The Pinebook Pro is a Linux and *BSD ARM laptop from PINE64. It is built to be a compelling alternative to mid-ranged Chromebooks that people convert into Linux laptops. It features an IPS 1080p 14″ LCD … Read moreA First Look at PineBook Pro – A 14” ARM Linux Laptop For Just $200

Introducing 2GB NVIDIA Jetson Nano: An Affordable Yet Powerful $59 AI Computer

Today at GPU Technology Conference(GTC) 2020, NVIDIA announced a new 2GB Nvidia Jetson Nano for the first time. Last year, during the March timeframe, NVIDIA introduced the $99 Jetson Nano Developer Kit which came with 4GB 64-bit LPDDR4 Memory. The new NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit, priced at $59, makes it even more affordable … Read moreIntroducing 2GB NVIDIA Jetson Nano: An Affordable Yet Powerful $59 AI Computer

Running Docker Compose on NVIDIA Jetson Nano in 5 Minutes

Starting with v4.2.1, NVIDIA JetPack includes a beta version of NVIDIA Container Runtime with Docker integration for the Jetson platform. This is essential because it enables users to run GPU accelerated Deep Learning and HPC containers on Jetson devices. This sounds good but to build, deploy and scale microservices, you will require Docker Compose. Docker … Read moreRunning Docker Compose on NVIDIA Jetson Nano in 5 Minutes

5 Reasons why you should attend ARM Dev Summit 2020

Register Here With 100+ sessions, 200+ speakers & tons of sponsors , Arm DevSummit is going to kick-off next month. It will take place virtually from October 6-8, 2020. Arm DevSummit is Arm’s new flagship annual conference bringing the best of Arm TechCon with an expanded focus of the technical conference for both software developers … Read more5 Reasons why you should attend ARM Dev Summit 2020