HTTP/2 : A New, Better Version of HTTP/1.X

HTTP stands for hypertext transfer protocol, and it is the basis for almost all web applications. More specifically, HTTP is the method computers and servers use to request and send information. If you want to learn about the HTTP in detail, you can refer to my below post: https://ishantgaurav.in/2021/05/23/http-must-known-protocol-part-1/ How does HTTP/1.X works ? What … Continue reading HTTP/2 : A New, Better Version of HTTP/1.X

Kubernetes – Sidecar Container Pattern

We know that a pod is a basic building of a kubernetes application. Kubernetes manages pods instead of containers and pods encapsulate containers. A pod may contain one or more containers, storage, IP addresses, and, options that govern how containers should run inside the pod. A pod that contains one container refers to a single … Continue reading Kubernetes – Sidecar Container Pattern

Complete guide to understand Kubernetes Namespace

Kubernetes namespace allows you logically organise your resources into group. You can think of namespace as virtual cluster. Kubernetes namespace created virtual clusters inside the physical cluster. You can have multiple namespaces inside a single Kubernetes cluster, and they are all logically isolated from each other. They can help you and your teams with organization, … Continue reading Complete guide to understand Kubernetes Namespace

Create a JVM microservice in less than 10MB with Micronaut

In this blog post, we will create a simple hello-world microservice by using the Micronaut framework. We will explore why Micronaut has gained so much popularity in the last few years despite being the presence of other famous framework like Spring, Dropwizard etc. Micronaut is a modern, JVM based, full-stack framework for building modular, easily … Continue reading Create a JVM microservice in less than 10MB with Micronaut