Archive for April, 2018:

Ecosystem of chef and Its associated tools explained

Chef Apply chef-apply is an executable program that runs a single recipe from the command line. Is part of the Chef development kit. A great way to explore resources Chef The chef executable is a command-line tool which Generates applications, cookbooks, recipes, attributes, files, templates, and custom resources (LWRPs) and Ensures that RubyGems are downloaded

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How to install Chef Development Kit(ChefDK)

How to install Chef Development Kit(ChefDK)? The Chef development kit contains all you need to develop and test your infrastructure, built by the awesome Chef community. Its Chef Developer tool. Platform – Linux RHEL Download Chef Development Kit(ChefDK) Install Chef Development Kit(ChefDK) Verify Chef Development Kit(ChefDK) Quick way Verify Chef Development Kit(ChefDK) Detailed way  

Logstash explained in 5 mins

What is Logstash? Logstash is an open source, server-side data processing pipeline that ingests data from a multitude of sources simultaneously, transforms it, and then sends it to your favorite “stash.” Logstash Benefits Logstash allows you to easily ingest unstructured data from a variety of data sources including system logs, website logs, and application server

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What is Zabbix and use of it?

What is Zabbix and use of it? Zabbix is the ultimate enterprise-level software designed for real-time monitoring of millions of metrics collected from tens of thousands of servers, virtual machines and network devices. Zabbix is Open Source and comes at no cost. This tool is 19 years old along with 300 000+ installation worldwide. it

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Berkshelf in Chef explained?

Configuration Management using chef is being implemented with the help of desire files, which is often called a “cookbooks” in chef. Usuallay separate cookbooks is written in practice for each module so its easy to maintain. Also, there are good numbers of cookbooks which is being used from community portal which is from supermarket.chef.io. In

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aws diagram and icon explained

Aws diagram and icon explained

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List of AWS regions and availability zones

List of  AWS Regions This is complete list of  AWS regions available currently. S.No Code Name 1 us-east-1 US East (N. Virginia) 2 us-west-2 US West (Oregon) 3 us-west-1 US West (N. California) 4 eu-west-1 EU (Ireland) 5 eu-central-1 EU (Frankfurt) 6 ap-southeast-1 Asia Pacific (Singapore) 7 ap-northeast-1 Asia Pacific (Tokyo) 8 ap-southeast-2 Asia Pacific (Sydney)

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How to run UI testing in Docker container using Selenium

Docker is one of the revolutions technologies which has created lots of buzz in the Software development practices. Docker has not only helped to setup Continuous Integration and Delivery but also manage and replicate test environments and deploy a large at scale in no time. Here are the following advantages which benefit to testing team

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“Run in Preflight” and “Run in Preflight Only” explained in IBM UBuild!

The Preflight plugin provides steps that can be used for developer Preflight builds Explanation The preflight client first starts a simple file server. First, The server is used to transfer source files from the user desktop to a build agent and to transfer build artifacts from the build agent to the user desktop. Next, the

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Difference between jenkins and Urbancode build

What is the difference between jenkins and Urbancode build? jenkins Urbancode build Jenkins is open framework for automating the repeative tasks and has great plugins which can be used to create entire automated customized continous integration framework. Urbancode build(uBuild) is for automating the repeative tasks and has great limited sets of plugins which can be

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