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Today I am going to focus on how you can deploy your containerized application in azure app service securely using infrastructure as code terraform in a repeatable, auditable and secure manner.

Congratulation, if you follow all the instructions then you will have your app service up and running.

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This blog is continuation of my earlier blog Single Page Application deployment pattern in AKS using Azure Devops pipeline | by Aniket Mukherjee | Medium. I will recommend to visit the Part 1 once and checkout the details.

Setting up Vue project

The main objective of the blog is not to demonstrate on vue…


Deployment Pattern — v1

This represents overall architecture for deploying your single page application like Vue.js in Azure Kubernetes Service using Azure Devops pipeline.

In my consecutive blogs I will start discussing each components and will deep dive on each topics. …


Enabling security in devops practice – DevOpsSec or DevSecOps or SecDevOps

Security integration with DevOps

Quick check on DevOps definition

“DevOps is a set of practices that combines software development (Dev) and information-technology operations (Ops) which aims to shorten the systems development life cycle and provide continuous delivery with high software quality” – Wikipedia.

While devops enables shorter development…


Skaffold demo — Continuous development of python apps in Kubernetes

Skaffold — is a command line tool that facilitates continuous development for Kubernetes applications.

Increased development time will always impact time to market for your product.


Time is priceless. Do better use of it :-). Spend your time with your loved ones.

If you are spending lot of time with git commands for creating project repositories, creating feature branches, make changes and commit, syncing remote feature branch, creating pull request to merge request with master, then…


Kubectl is a command line tool for working with Kubernetes.

Installation -

In Windows system download the exe file from stable release and add it to your path variable.

To check the latest stable version follow the link https://storage.googleapis.com/kubernetes-release/release/stable.txt

For more information on installation check the link https://kubernetes.io/docs/tasks/tools/install-kubectl/

Check your installed version…


Below are some useful bash commands -

  • Command to get logs from a particular time to till the end of the file using and grep pattern

grep “2019–10–01 1[0–2]:” test.log


Originally posted on https://newwayofcontentmanagement.blogspot.com/2019/09/git-command-reference.html

Initialize git with new Folder

git init [ProjectFolder]

example — git init sample-git-demo

Initialize git with existing Folder

Navigate to existing folder and execute git init

Display modified files in the working directory vs Git’s staging area.

git status

Add new or newly modified filename to Git’s staging area

git add…


Originally posted on https://newwayofcontentmanagement.blogspot.com/2019/06/performance-degradation-after-upgrading.html

I faced major performance issues when I upgrade database environment for one of the system from 11g to12c (12.1.0.2.0). Front end application is Document D2.

Here…

Aniket Mukherjee

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