Tag: linux

  • Setting Up TeamCity, Building Docker Images, and Pushing .NET 6+ Apps to Amazon ECR

    This article is intended to guide DevOps engineers through the process of installing TeamCity in a server with Docker pre-installed. Further, we will create a pipeline to build a Docker image for a .NET 6+ applications and push the image to the Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR). What is TeamCity? Being a big fan of […]

  • Demystifying Kubernetes: A Beginner’s Guide to Container Orchestration

    Hello everyone, welcome to my latest article about Kubernetes, often referred to as “K8s”. I understand that the world of container orchestration can be a bit intimidating, but don’t worry, I’m here to break it down for you in simple terms. In this article, I’ll be explaining what Kubernetes is and how it can help you […]

  • Understanding┬áDocker

    Greetings everyone! In this blog post, we will be diving into the world of Docker. As a leading platform for containerization, Docker allows developers to package and distribute their applications easily and consistently across different environments.  From understanding the core concepts such as images and containers, to more advanced topics like networking and data storage, […]

  • Docker image build pipeline for a .NET Core application using Jenkins

    Greetings, fellow developers! My name is Tristan and I’m excited to share with you my journey on setting up a Docker image build pipeline for a .NET Core application using Jenkins. In this post, we will walk through the process of setting up a Docker image build pipeline for a .NET Core application using Jenkins. […]

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