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How Bitnami continuously scans container images to fix CVE-reported security issues

Published on November 12, 2018
by David Barranco

As a developer, if you are running a development set of containers to create proof of concepts or production workloads, you are probably aware of the amount of CVEs that may affect your container operating system packages.

Since its beginnings, Bitnami has worked to make sure every asset it publishes is up-to-date, not only everything related to the application versions, but also in security matter...

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Implementing SLOs using Prometheus and Grafana

Published on October 4, 2018
by JuanJo Ciarlante

Online services should aim to provide a service availability that matches business requirements. A key part of this process should involve different teams in an organization, for example, from the business development team to the engineering team.

To verify how a service complies with these targets, it should be possible to define "thresholds" with measurable "achievements" of these, for example...

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Add Robust, Scalable Messaging to Your Application with Bitnami's RabbitMQ Terraform Template for Oracle Cloud

Published on October 1, 2018
by Vikram Vaswani

RabbitMQ is a general purpose message broker that is designed for consistent, highly-available messaging scenarios (both synchronous and asynchronous). To enable quick and easy deployment of RabbitMQ, Bitnami offers a number of different solutions: a single RabbitMQ cloud instance, a multi-node RabbitMQ cloud cluster (for Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure), a RabbitMQ Docker container, a...

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Deploy a Scalable MongoDB Replica Set on Oracle Cloud with Bitnami's MongoDB Terraform Template

Published on August 1, 2018
by Vikram Vaswani

Bitnami offers a number of different solutions to help you deploy MongoDB in a a scalable, secure manner. In previous blog posts, I've discussed the MongoDB with Replication solution, which can be deployed on multiple virtual machines, and the MongoDB Helm chart, which can be deployed on Kubernetes.

But these aren't the only options. If you're an Oracle Cloud user, you can also deploy MongoDB on...

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Create a Production-Ready PostgreSQL Cluster with Bitnami, Kubernetes and Helm

Published on July 25, 2018
by Vikram Vaswani

In a previous post, I discussed Bitnami's PostgreSQL with Replication solution, which can be deployed on multiple virtual machines. But what if you're using Kubernetes instead? Well, Bitnami also offers a PostgreSQL Helm chart that comes pre-configured for security, scalability and data replication. It's a great combination: all the open source goodness of PostgreSQL (foreign keys, joins, views...

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Horizontally Scale Your MongoDB Deployment with Bitnami, Kubernetes and Helm

Published on July 24, 2018
by Vikram Vaswani

Do you need a solid, scalable NoSQL foundation for your production applications? And do you run a Kubernetes environment? If your answer to both these questions is "yes", then this blog post is for you.

MongoDB is a popular, document-oriented NoSQL database system, used by some of the largest companies in the world and tuned to deliver high performance without any loss of flexibility. And Bitnami...

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Create a Fault-Tolerant and Scalable Elasticsearch Cluster with Bitnami and Helm

Published on July 24, 2018
by Vikram Vaswani

Elasticsearch is a powerful open source search engine that makes it easy to execute both structured and unstructured searches on data. It is also highly scalable, enabling you to perform real-time searches across hundreds of thousands of documents without sacrificing speed or quality.

Bitnami now offers an Elasticsearch Helm chart that makes it easy to deploy Elasticsearch in Kubernetes-based production...

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Migrating .NET Core applications to the cloud with Stacksmith. Part 2: Packaging for Azure and Kubernetes

Published on July 23, 2018
by Wojciech Kocjan

In this post I walk you through the process of packaging a .NET Core application for Microsoft Azure as well as Kubernetes.

This is the second post of a set of two blog posts in which we are covering the whole process to prepare, package, migrate, and deploy a .NET Core application to the cloud using Stacksmith.

The first part of this article, Migrating .NET Core Applications to the cloud with...

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Migrating .NET Core applications to the cloud with Stacksmith. Part 1: Preparing the application

Published on July 23, 2018
by Wojciech Kocjan

.NET Core is a subset of the .NET framework, but unlike .NET, it is cross platform. This means that .NET Core applications can be run on any operating system - Linux, Windows, or macOS

Bitnami Stacksmith is a tool that automates packaging and optimizes your application for deployment in clouds as well as in containers. It can be used in new application development (as I demonstrate here) as well...

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Deploy and scale a Redis cluster on Kubernetes with Bitnami and Helm

Published on July 16, 2018
by Raquel Campuzano Godoy

Redis is an open source in-memory remote database that supports many different data structures: strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets, and more. It can be used as a database, a cache, and a message broker.

This makes Redis a good choice to produce a platform for solving problems that other databases can't, such as communication between components and languages.

Bitnami has released a Helm...

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