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How to Deploy CouchDB as a Cluster with Docker

Jack Wallen shows you how easily you can deploy a CouchDB clustered environment with the help of Docker.
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3 Key Elements to Protect a Kubernetes Cluster

Kubernetes changed how we structure, deploy, and run our applications and became a de-facto standard. Learn how to protect a Kubernetes cluster here.
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How to Configure Linux Cluster with 2 Nodes on RedHat and CentOS

This article will help you learn how to setup/configure a High-Availability (HA) cluster on Linux/Unix based systems. Cluster is nothing but a group of computers (called nodes/members) to work together to execute a task. Basically there are four types of clusters available, which are Storage Cluster, High-availability Cluster, Load-balancing Cluster, and HIGH-Performance Computing Cluster. In […]

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How To Add Worker Nodes To Amazon EKS Cluster

This step-by-step tutorial walks you through how to add node groups and worker nodes to an Amazon EKS cluster with screenshots.
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How To Install Kubernetes Cluster Using Kubeadm in RHEL 8

In this article, we are going to learn about Kubernetes cluster installation using Kubeadm in RHEL 8, and its clones like AlmaLinux 8, CentOS 8, and Rocky Linux 8.
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How to Configure a Two-Node High Availability Cluster on Linux

This article will help you learn how to setup/configure a High-Availability (HA) cluster on Linux/Unix based systems. Cluster is nothing but a group of computers (called nodes/members) to work together to execute a task. Basically there are four types of clusters available, which are Storage Cluster, High-availability Cluster, Load-balancing Cluster, and HIGH-Performance Computing Cluster. In […]

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Securing Your Kubernetes Cluster with Kubewarden

Kubernetes Role Based Access Controls (RBAC) provide some level of control over the resources hosted by a cluster. However, RBAC can only allow top level resources, like deployments or pods, to be created. A pod can host almost anything, so it’s often not enough to allow or disallow the deployment of a pod. Instead, teams […]

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How to Deploy Data Centers with Cluster and Add ISCSI Storage in RHEV Environment

In this part, we are going to discuss how to deploy data-center with one cluster which contains our two hosts in the RHEV environment. Both of two hosts connected to shared storage, additional to previous preparation, we will add another CentOS6.6 virt…

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