Cloud, DevOps

Penny Pincher – Cloud Resource Optimization recommendation based on historical data to save cost.

With growing businesses in Amazon Web Services (AWS), finding idle resources, auditing your costs and managing your inventory are some of the most complex use-cases. This is particularly true for businesses or organizations that utilize a wide range of AWS services and resources, as keeping track of all these or idle resources can quickly become […]

May 9, 2023


Jenkins Security Management

In this blog, We will learn how to secure Jenkins. One can manage security levels in the Jenkins environment and project security through “Configure Global Security.” Securing Jenkins defines who is allowed to access/use the system. Jenkins provides 5 types of authorization. Anyone can do anything– This is the least secure setup allowing users to […]

April 12, 2023

Cloud, DevOps

How to access your AWS Secret Manager secrets in an EKS cluster

How to access your AWS Secret Manager secrets in an EKS cluster This blog will show how we can use AWS secret manager inside AWS EKS pods. You all know that almost every application has sensitive data like usernames and passwords. To secure such sensitive data, AWS provides two ways to store and manage application […]

March 29, 2023

DevOps, Technology

Git: Add multiple repositories(Bitbucket, Github) to the same project.

In this blog, we are going to learn about an important feature (migration across repositories providers) of one of the most common technologies we came across in our day-to-day development, GIT. I mainly used to do R&D work on my private repositories, on bitbucket, as it supports unlimited private repositories space. But after some time, […]

March 12, 2023

AWS, DevOps

KubeCost- A Unified Cloud FinOps Tool

In Cloud’s Chronology, Kubernetes is most widely used container orchestrator to deploy microservices. In its ecosystem, maintenance is quite challenging. Though numerous companies are grappling daily to quantify/monitor cost utilisation for their running clusters because 99.99% uptime or High Availability of clusters is a bit costly. How to Quantify K8s Usage Cost If we could […]

February 4, 2023


Foreman and Puppet: The OG Duo for IT Automation

  Foreman is a powerful open-source tool that helps in managing the infrastructure, including the provisioning, configuration, and monitoring of servers. Puppet is a well-known configuration management tool that can be used in conjunction with Foreman to automate the configuration of servers. This blog post will cover the latest installation and integration of Foreman with […]

January 27, 2023

AWS, DevOps, Digital Engineering

Fooling around with Docker CLI commands with PostgreSQL image

Currently, I am developing a side project wherein I wanted to use Postgres as my project database using its docker image. This blog is my brain dump of the docker basics I have learned so far, and I have attempted to break down the CLI commands I used or came across during the course of […]

January 14, 2023

AWS, Cloud, DevOps

Manage Stateful ECS Services using REX-Ray

Introduction We have been looking for a solution that would help us to mount hundreds of GBs of storage in the ECS tasks spawned by specific ECS services. ECS cluster does provide an option to increase the storage allocated to the tasks, but that applies to all the ECS services running inside the cluster. Sometimes, […]

November 24, 2022

AWS, Big Data, Cloud

Mirror Maker for Kafka Migration

For one of our Global Advertising Management Platform clients, we did one migration project with zero downtime for components like Platform DB, Ceph, Aerospike, Kafka (Zookeeper +data nodes), MapR (hive, oozie, hue), Druid (Zookeeper +data nodes), Flink (Zookeeper +data nodes), Monitoring (Icinga,collectd, cloudwatch), Logging (logstash & Opensearch) & Other Components ( Nexus, SFTP, Jenkins ). […]

October 31, 2022