Recent blog posts

Mass layoffs of the IT/software industry lead to numerous DevOps jobs

Written by John Sundarraj

on Wednesday, Nov 20 2019, 17:28PM


Learn how the mass layoffs of project-based IT/software companies lead to the adoption of DevOps work culture, producing numerous DevOps job opportunities.

How to get a job as DevOps engineer?

Written by John Sundarraj

on Thursday, Oct 24 2019, 17:28PM


Know the step by step procedure to get a job as a DevOps engineer in leading startups and MNCs. It doesn't matter whether you are fresher or experienced.

What are the differences between Docker and Jenkins?

Written by John Sundarraj

on Thursday, Oct 24 2019, 15:36PM


Learn the reasons on why we should not compare Docker and Jenkins. The use cases of Docker and Jenkins are entirely different, so don't compare both.

How to troubleshoot slow performance between AWS EC2 and AWS RDS instances?

Written by John Sundarraj

on Thursday, Sep 26 2019, 17:23PM


Know the effective ways of troubleshooting slow performance issue between AWS EC2 and AWS RDS instances. Try running MySQL on AWS EC2 instance to reduce cost.

How to handle an unresponsive AWS EC2 server?

Written by John Sundarraj

on Thursday, Sep 26 2019, 16:00PM


Learn the possible scenarios when an AWS EC2 server becomes unresponsive for the user. Also, know the ways to handle failures of an unresponsive AWS EC2 server.

What is DevOps?

Written by John Sundarraj

on Friday, Sep 20 2019, 19:40PM


Understanding DevOps methodology in a proper way is more needed for any IT/software professional who is willing to proceed with his career as DevOps.

Can Docker containers run on any operating system?

Written by John Sundarraj

on Thursday, Sep 12 2019, 19:52PM


Get to know the fact why Docker containers cannot run directly on Windows and Mac operating systems. Docker container engine is built for Linux kernel.

How to get started with ELK (Elastic) stack?

Written by John Sundarraj

on Tuesday, Sep 17 2019, 16:42PM


Know the better ways to get started with ELK (Elastic) stack. The Elastic stack is composed of Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana, and Beats framework as well.