Liquid Web’s new Cloud Platform is an environment designed with website uptime, ease of use, and scalability in mind. It combines the easy-to-use cPanel-based environment with a Load Balancing solution. It can be adjusted to suit your specific online needs. This platform is also included in our Fully Managed Support. Experienced webmasters or developers can opt for our Core-Managed environment, using the LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PHP).Continue reading “How Can Our New Managed Cloud Platform Benefit You?”
What is DevOps?
DevOps is a set of various tools, practices, and ideals that combine software development (Dev) and IT Operations (Ops) into a single unifying force. It allows for better collaboration between developers, operations teams, system administrators, and system engineers. Their streamlined goal is to continually provide a high-value software product to the customer at high speed while monitoring and improving the overall process than using traditional software and infrastructure management.Continue reading “DevOps: A New Perspective on Shared Automation”
The web-based Kubernetes console is an interface that provides information about the state of the Kubernetes cluster. The dashboard is also used for deploying containerized applications as well as for general cluster resource management. Traditionally, kubectl is primarily used in the terminal for nearly all cluster related tasks. Still, it is useful to have a visual representation of our cluster in a user-friendly interface. To install the dashboard, kubectl needs to be installed and running on the server.Continue reading “How to Install and Configure the Kubernetes Dashboard”
What is Kubernetes?
In this article, we review what Kubernetes and Kubeadm are, how to install, create a cluster, and set up worker nodes using Kubeadm. If you are not yet familiar with Kubernetes, we recommend reading our article on the fundamental basics of Kubernetes.Continue reading “How to Install Kubernetes Using Kubeadm on Ubuntu 18”
In this article, we will be reviewing the Chef software, how it works, and why it is useful. We will also explore how it is helpful in DevOps. And then, we will install Chef on Ubuntu 18.04.
What is Chef?
Chef is a configuration management system written in Ruby and Erlang using the object-oriented language for configurations description. It is used to ease the task of configuring and maintaining multiple servers. It can be integrated into cloud platforms, such as the new Liquid Web Managed Cloud and VMWare platforms to manage the server’s configuration processes.Continue reading “How to Install and Configure Chef on Ubuntu 18.04”
This article will demonstrate how to install and configure Minikube to set up a small Kubernetes cluster. We will then examine Kubernetes in more detail to apply that knowledge to a real-world example.Continue reading “How to Install and Configure Minikube on Ubuntu”
Configuration management is the process by which a company or organization defines and tracks the state of its infrastructural resources. Encapsulated in those resources are both physical hardware and software. It is a means to ensure that when changes are made to a system, those changes are tracked, geared toward the ultimate predefined criteria of what state should be.Continue reading “What is Configuration Management?”
What is Kubernetes?
Kubernetes (or K8s) is an open-source container orchestration system for automating computer application deployment, scaling, and management. Kubernetes manages and runs Docker containers on numerous hosts. The project was started by Google and is supported by many companies, including Microsoft, RedHat, IBM.Continue reading “How to Install Kubernetes on Ubuntu, macOS, and Windows”
What is K3s?
K3s is a lightweight version of Kubernetes. It is a highly available Kubernetes certified distribution designed for production workloads in unattended, limited resource, remote locations, or inside an IoT appliance. The developers of K3s declare that K3s is capable of almost everything that K8s can do.Continue reading “How to Install and Configure K3s on Ubuntu 18.04”