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Understanding Kubernetes Architecture and Its Use Cases

What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating containerized applications' deployment, scaling, and management. It groups containers that make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery. Kubernetes builds upon 15 years of experience running production workloads at Google, combined with best-of-breed ideas and practices from the community.

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Monitor and Manage your logs with Nagios Log Server

Introduction

Nagios Log Server is a powerful log management tool that can help you manage your server logs effectively.

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How to Customize Nagios XI and Monitor Anything?

Why is IT infrastructure monitoring necessary?

IT infrastructure monitoring is a critical part of any organization's IT operations. By monitoring the performance of key infrastructure components, such as servers, networks, and storage systems, IT professionals can identify and resolve potential problems before they cause major disruptions.

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The What, Why, and How of a Microservices Architecture

What are microservices?

Microservices are a way of delivering software as a series of small, self-contained services. These services can be deployed together as a single system or distributed across multiple systems. Microservices are a type of software architecture that allows for different parts of an application to be built and deployed independently. This can be contrasted with the more traditional monolithic approach, where an entire application is built and deployed as a single unit.

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Is your Zimbra deployment running in an optimal and secure state?

In every business, a secure email server is one of the most important resources. A hacked or unprotected email server might damage the company's brand and cause legal and financial problems.

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5 Best (and overlooked) Practices to Maximize IT Infrastructure Monitoring Software

What is Infrastructure Monitoring?

Infrastructure monitoring is the process of monitoring the physical and virtual components of an IT infrastructure for availability and performance. It is a key component of IT operations and helps ensure that the infrastructure can support the applications and services that run on it.

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Benefits of using Open source in the real world

What is open-source software?

Open-source software is software that is available for anyone to use, modify, and distribute. The source code for open-source software is openly available for anyone to view and edit. This allows for a community of developers to work together to improve the software.

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Should you use Microservices Architecture for Software development in your organization

Why Microservices Are the Future of Software Development?

Microservices are the future of software development. This is because microservices can help developers create more scalable and easier-to-maintain software.

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Do you actually need Zimbra Open Source?

Solutions available in market

There are many great open-source mail servers available today. Some of the most popular include Postfix, Sendmail, and Zimbra. All of these mail servers offer great features and are very reliable.

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Why is OpenStack the preferred tool for setting up Public and Private clouds?

Why are public and private cloud setups required?

There are many reasons why public clouds are required, but the most important one is that they provide organizations with the ability to scale their services and applications quickly and easily. With a public cloud, organizations can provision new resources in minutes or even seconds, which is essential for businesses that need to be able to respond quickly to changes in demand. Another key benefit of public clouds is that they offer a high degree of flexibility. Organizations can choose from a wide range of service providers and can easily switch between them if they need to. This flexibility is vital for businesses that want to be able to experiment with new technologies and services without being locked into a single provider.

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