12. DevOps: How to build docker images using dockerfile ? -1

  In continuation of my previous session on :"11. DevOps: How to Launch a container as a daemon ?", in this session I would like to demonstrate the exercises on: "How to build docker images using dockerfile ?:" These images are basic operating environments, such as ubuntu. We found these while doing the other lab … Continue reading 12. DevOps: How to build docker images using dockerfile ? -1

11. DevOps: How to Launch a container as a daemon ?

In continuation of my previous blog on "10. DevOps: How to Build images from Docker containers?", I am continuing my lab exercises. In this session we can see " How to Launch a container as a daemon ?:" Note: If you want to recollect the docker commands to be used during your current lab practice, visit … Continue reading 11. DevOps: How to Launch a container as a daemon ?

9. DevOps: How to do Containers housekeeping ?

In  continuation of my previous blog on “8. DevOps:How to control and operate docker containers”, in this blog I would like to show some lab practice on "docker Containers housekeeping". From the previous lab sessions, we have seen many containers when we used ps -a option. We have used two containers most of the times. Others … Continue reading 9. DevOps: How to do Containers housekeeping ?

8. DevOps:How to control and operate docker containers

In  continuation of my previous blog on “7. DevOps: How to track changes in a container”, in this blog I would like to show some lab practice “How to control and operate docker containers”. Controlling/operating Docker container: In this exercise initially, we can see on how to start/stop/restart the containers. The Docker Engine enables us to … Continue reading 8. DevOps:How to control and operate docker containers

7. DevOps: How to track changes in a container

In  continuation of my previous blog on “6. DevOps: How to work with interactive docker containers”, in this blog I would like to show some lab practice "How to track changes in a container". Tracking changes inside containers: Now, let us see the container operations and tracking them. Let's launch a container in interactive mode, as … Continue reading 7. DevOps: How to track changes in a container

5. DevOps: How to work with Docker Images

In  continuation of my previous blog on "4. DevOps: How to work with Docker Containers", in this blog I would like to give some lab practice on Docker Images. How to pull the docker public images ?: Docker portal will have numerous images available  under public. Now, there is a need for us to know … Continue reading 5. DevOps: How to work with Docker Images

SDLC & Agile – Interview questions for Freshers -4

In continuation of my previous blog [https://wordpress.com/post/vskumar.blog/1944] on this subject following questions and answers are continued. Keep watching this site for further updates. Contact for any guidance/coaching.

SDLC & Agile – Interview questions for Freshers -2

In continuation of my previous questions blog [https://vskumar.blog/2017/09/04/sdlc-agile-interview-questions-for-freshers-1] on this topic these were made.

SDLC & Agile – Interview questions for Freshers -1

If you are a fresher for an IT  job trials this might be useful. Please note as per the current global IT Industry trend most of the IT organizations have moved into Agile SDLC  and Continuous delivery cycles. Hence you, being fresher should be ready with this knowledge. I have made some of the below questions related … Continue reading SDLC & Agile – Interview questions for Freshers -1

How to Reduce Agile cycle time with reusable code ? [with Video lessons] # Kindle

Agile practices and the importance of Re-usable code libraries for cycle time reductionReusable code usage for Agile iterations planning by examples: In many Agile transformation sessions the Agile practitioners or savvy’s discuss more on the process related activities rather than elaborating on the technical or software engineering process steps to reduce the cycle time. At … Continue reading How to Reduce Agile cycle time with reusable code ? [with Video lessons] # Kindle