Author Archive: Mohamed Ez Ez
Mohamed graduated with a Computer Science degree in Software Engineering from the National Graduate Engineering School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis ; ENSIAS (French abbreviation) - Rabat Morocco.
After working more than two years as a full stack Java developer @ Accenture DC in Morocco; he decided to come back to school :smile: to pursue a research Master in Models and Algorithms for Decision Support at Blaise Pascal university - ISIMA in France, and now he is following his PhD :wink:
He loves beautiful code, great design and great music.
The current article will walkthrough one of the most used concept in docker ecosystem which is the Dockerfile. We will explore the building blocks of Dockerfile to automate the building of docker images for our applications and services. Dockerfile is basically a text file that contains a set of instructions or commands aim at assembling a […]
CoreOS is a new exciting operating system, designed with cluster concepts in mind, mainly, security and high-availability needs. Actually, CoreOS means three things, is the name of the company behind the OS, the name of the OS itself and the name of the cluster platform. CoreOS is lightweight linux based operating system it comes with […]
In this article we are going to follow our series of article about kubernetes (k8s) ecosystem. In the current article we are going to look at the persistent part with k8s mainly, how to setup and get mysql up and running in your k8s cluster. As like in my previews kubernetes secrets article, I’ll be using minikube […]
I’m following my series of articles about the rock stars of the devops ecosystem. In today's article I will show you how to setup and use MariaDB on docker container and as bonus we will be able to reuse the simple nodejs api used in my previews article to show you how we can interact […]
In this tutorial we are going to walk throughout the use of docker volume, which can be seen as a flexible way provided by docker ecosystem to manage and handle data, internally by containers as well as in a shared fashion between them. Please not that, for the demonstration I’ll be using docker for mac […]
The current article will tackle one of the most import feature of kubernetes which is called Secrets. Before dig diving in this feature first, I would like to mention that throughout this article I’ll be using the terms Kubernetes and K8s interchangeably. Well, the purpose of the article is to walk throughout the most important […]