Introduction Apache Kafka is a distributed streaming platform designed to handle large amounts of data in real-time. It allows for the processing and storage of high volumes of data from multiple sources in real-time, making it a crucial tool for companies that need to handle large data streams.
This post dives deep into the art of crafting topics that not only move data, but do so with an efficiency and resilience that aligns seamlessly with your application’s demands.
Introduction In recent years, Kubernetes has emerged as a leading platform for container orchestration, revolutionizing the way organizations deploy and manage their applications. As the technology continues to mature, businesses across various industries are increasingly adopting Kubernetes to modernize their infrastructure and accelerate application development. In this article, we will discuss the current state of Kubernetes adoption and examine the trends that will shape its growth in the coming years.
Kubernetes Gateway API tutorial Kubernetes Gateway API Gateway API is an open source project managed by the Kubernetes Network Special Interest Group (SIG‑NETWORK) community to improve and standardize service networking in Kubernetes.
Kubernetes Gateway API is a Kubernetes-native API for configuring API gateways. It is an open-source project that aims to simplify the management of Kubernetes-based API gateways and provide a unified way to configure, manage, and monitor API gateway functionality.
Invoke-SQLCMD Invoke-Sqlcmd is a PowerShell cmdlet used to execute Transact-SQL (T-SQL) commands or scripts against SQL Server instances. This cmdlet can be used to perform various tasks, such as querying databases, creating tables, or executing stored procedures.
To use Invoke-Sqlcmd, you need to have the SQL Server PowerShell module installed on your computer. This module can be installed from the PowerShell Gallery or from the SQL Server installation media.
Common error Invoke-sqlcmd : The term ‘Invoke-sqlcmd’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable
Below I’m sharing some simple methods to create Servicenow Incidents using JSONv2.
Both scripts can be found in the following Github repository folder iservicenow/Incidents.
Sometime ago, I participated of DevOPsTerraform/AWS challenge which should deploy a static website in less than 4 hours.