Rahul Bajaj


linux, containers, kubernetes

Rahul Bajaj

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Update Software Dependencies

Open Source Software (OSS) projects have been distributed in packages for decades. Using packages allows developers to focus on new feature implementation. Major software distributions, such as Fedora, Debian, etc, typically consist of thousands of packages. These packages depend on each other to perform tasks efficiently by avoiding code duplication. The inter-dependence amongst the packages creates a software supply chain.

Rahul Bajaj

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Container Build Images

OpenShift, an enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform, offers a multitude of benefits. One such advantage is the Source-to-Image (S2I) build strategy, that simplifies the process of converting source code into deployable container images. This strategy enables developers to build container images without the need to define a container file explicitly. OpenShift clones the application’s source code into a builder image that utilizes builder scripts, ultimately generating a container image…

Managing Containers with Systemd

To reduce the need for manual intervention, use systemd to manage container-based applications on a health check.

Rahul Bajaj

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Containers are inherently ephemeral, making them more difficult to manage than traditional programmes operating on virtual or bare metal servers. Container monitoring, on the other hand, is a critical capability for applications based on current microservices architectures in order to achieve maximum performance.

Rahul Bajaj

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From May 10th to 12th, the Vancouver Convention Center came alive with the Open Source Summit North America, a three-day event that brought together open source software enthusiasts from around the world. With a focus on exploring the newest trends and embracing opportunities in the ever-changing field of open source technology, this premier conference drew over two thousand attendees. In this blog post, we’ll dive into my own presentation and its key points, share some highlights from the…

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I am a Site Reliability Engineer at Red Hat.