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How To Communicate Between Docker Containers
Understand how a Docker container can talk to its container friends, by setting up a network. Includes a real example.
Why use Containers?
What are the benefits of using Docker containers, and what are containers used for?
The Best Places to Learn & Try Kubernetes Online
Learning Kubernetes can seem challenging. But fear not! Here's a boatload of resources that will help you get there.
How do Pods communicate in Kubernetes?
A tutorial on how to get your application Pods in Kubernetes to talk to other Pods, by using Services.
The 7 essential stages of a CI/CD pipeline
The key activities that make up a solid, dependable CI/CD pipeline for your code
The best DevOps books (to adorn your desk)
Pick up a book and expand your knowledge with these top DevOps titles.
Run a web server in a Linux VM with Vagrant [Learning Project]
Learn Linux and virtualisation basics by deploying a website in this tutorial.
45 Essential Linux Commands (with Examples)
Whether you're a Linux noob or expert, give your brain a boost with this list of useful Linux commands.
The Field Guide to the Java Ecosystem
Beyond 'Hello World': a no-nonsense guide to building and supporting Java apps today.
Java IDEs: The Definitive Guide (and Top Picks)
Not all IDEs are created the same, so if you're writing Java code, make sure you choose a good one.
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