• Cockpit is a Linux tool that allows you to perform system administration tasks via a graphical user interface (GUI), namely, a web browser. Traditionally, Linux administration was done using the command line, and a good sysadmin was characterized by the number of commands he knew well. Cockpit as a GUI tool aims to lower the barrier of entry for new sysadmins on Linux while making it easier for everyone with a friendly, clickable interface. In this article, I’ll take a look at Cockpit, its features, advantages, limitations, and disadvantages.

  • In my previous post, I introduced Traefik as a cloud-native way to implement a reverse proxy and load balancer for your containers. In this post, you will get a bit more hands-on, learning the ins and outs of installing and configuring Traefik as a reverse proxy in your Docker environment.

  • Traefik is an open-source, cloud-native reverse proxy and load balancer that simplifies the deployment and management of applications across multiple servers or containers. With Traefik, developers can easily and seamlessly route traffic to the appropriate service instance and ensure high availability, reliability, and security. In this article, I’ll explore the features and limitations of Traefik as a reverse proxy and load balancer for containers.

  • Portainer allows you to manage Docker containers and Kubernetes with a graphical user interface (GUI) without ever touching the command line. Aside from this, what else is Portainer good for? Read on as we delve into the benefits of using Portainer.

  • Docker Desktop allows you to get a graphical user interface (GUI)-based handle on your Docker environment. It aims to make it easier for you to view and manage the state of containers and related artifacts in your environment.

  • Edem Afenyo liked PowerToys for Windows 10 and Windows 11. (So far, This post has 8 likes) 4 months ago

  • Minikube is a lightweight local Kubernetes engine for macOS, Linux, and Windows. You can use Minikube as a test bed, or if you are new to Kubernetes, explore how to configure and deploy pods. In this post, I will explain how to install Minikube on Ubuntu 22.04, and I will teach you how to take your first steps with Kubernetes.

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