Before diving into the topic, lets have look at few terminologies.

Kubernetes and kubectl

Kubernetes, also known as k8s, is opensource container-orchestration tool which is generally used manage the containers, application deployments, services. If you run your workload on containers then kubernetes is best option to choose. Best thing about kubernetes is its…

Deploying Nginx server on AWS with Terraform and Ansible

In this blog, we are going to deploy Nginx Server on AWS instance by using Terraform and Ansible. Before dive into actual process lets look at some basics.

What is Terraform?

Terraform is an open-source infrastructure as code software tool created by HashiCorp. It…

The process of creating a cluster is bit hectic. It is easy but time consuming. You have to follow the lots of steps to get kubernetes cluster up running. There are kubernetes playground available online to play with and practice your skills. But if you are planning to set up…

This blog is about the integration of ceph with kubernetes. Kubernetes needs persistent storage for application to to maintain the data even after pod fails or deleted. This storage may be storage devices attached to cluster shared by NFS, storage solutions provided by cloud providers. We are considering Ceph here…

What is Ceph?

Ceph is opensource software defined storage platform. Ceph provides reliable and clustered storage solution. It is highly scalable to exabytelevel, operates without single point of failure and it is free. It also provides combined interface for block, object and file-level storage.


There are different ways to build a ceph cluster…


Ceph is an open-source software storage platform, implements object storage on a single distributed computer cluster, and provides 3in1 interfaces for : object-, block- and file-level storage. Ceph aims primarily for completely distributed operation without a single point of failure, scalable to the exabyte level, and freely available.


Docker is…

Rahul Waykos

Astrophile | Technophile | Opensource enthusiast

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