#Kubernetesingresses

Managing Kubernetes Ingresses

Kubernetes has built on Docker’s containerization success to further transform the way server environments are set up. Rather than relying on a single physical server or a cloud instance, web services and apps can now run across a multi-cloud environment. Cloud provider networking capabilities the flexibility offered by Kubernetes even further, allowing developers to have […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
#Kube in prod & dev2

Overcoming the Gap Between Kubernetes in Production and Kubernetes in Development

It is clear that using Kubernetes as a deployment format is now considered to be the way forward for many organizations. The growing number of tools designed to simplify deployment and maintenance, along with the community of developers and admins supporting clustering and containerizing tools like Kube and Docker, solidify the use of containers (pods, […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
Future of #Microservices and #Serverless

A Look at the Future of Microservices and Serverless

Technology is advancing at an incredible rate right now, so it is not surprising to see new tech and trends shaping up on the market all the time. 2018 was a fantastic year for developers thanks to the advancements in microservices, more robust implementation of cloud computing, and serverless architecture taking center stage. These developments […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
New #DevOpsasaService Enterprise offering

NYI and Caylent Team Up to Launch New DevOps-as-a-Service Enterprise Offering

NYI, a global provider of cloud and managed infrastructure services, has announced its partnership with Caylent, a leading provider of DevOps and container solutions. The partnership augments NYI’s comprehensive range of managed IT services with an end-to-end DevOps solution that empowers NYI clients to accelerate code testing and deployment, simplify infrastructure management, and reduce infrastructure […]

Written by JP La Torre
Why Kubernetes Is Ideal for Your CI CD #Pipeline

Why Kubernetes Is Ideal for Your CI/CD Pipeline

Kubernetes does for container orchestration what Python and C have done for high-level programming languages. Just as those languages provide users with libraries and abstractions, so they are able to focus on the tasks in front of them without getting bogged down in the complexities of memory management, Kubernetes provides high-level abstractions for container management. […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
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Communication Between Microservices

Moving from a single-server approach to containers is not always easy. But it is possible to set up almost every system to run in containers. A standard web hosting setup, for example, can have PHP and Nginx running in one container and MySQL running in another. Building a system from scratch that takes full advantage […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
The Crucial Role of DevOps and Linux

The Crucial Role of Linux in DevOps

There are many reasons why DevOps is becoming a more popular approach in today’s development landscape. Over the last three years, adoption has increased by an average of 7% in organizations, with 2019 set to see even more growth. The methodology is designed to allow for rapid iterations without sacrificing flow, improve cost-effectiveness (and productivity […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
#Containerregistries

Container Registries—A Battle Royale

One of the main advantages of using containers with Kubernetes is continuous availability. Rather than taking the whole system down for an update or maintenance, each container – containing specific microservices – can be replaced on the fly. The way developers do that is by preparing a new container for the updated microservices, setting up […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
EKS #Authentication & #Authorization Process

Amazon EKS Authentication & Authorization Process

Containers are one of the most important concepts in cloud computing. In fact, they have completely reshaped the way that many of us think about and approach virtualization. Containers behave much like virtual machines (VMs), but they are much more flexible and lightweight than a full-blown VM. Because they are so lightweight and flexible, containers […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
#Cloudmigration best practices

Cloud Migration Best Practices: How to Move Your Project to Kubernetes

Moving your app or web services to the cloud is more of a must than an option these days. The cloud infrastructure we have today is not only more capable and more stable, but also more scalable. By moving to the cloud, you gain a lot of benefits while also significantly reducing operational stress and […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
#CloudCostOptimization

Cloud Cost Optimization for 2019

Practically everything runs in the cloud these days. Cloud technology and the multiple platforms available today certainly make running apps and web services in the cloud easier. At the same time, cloud infrastructure has new features that expand its capabilities, including deployment features like containers and advanced administrative tools. It is relatively easy to set […]

Written by Matias Cabezas
2019 #DevOps books & blogs

List of the Top DevOps Blogs & Books to Read for 2019

Marking its tenth anniversary next year, though DevOps is the youngest software methodology around, it grows year-by-year in popularity. DevOps continues to be an approach widely used by businesses and developers alike. Even new developers are learning about the philosophies behind DevOps and how its implementation can help make the delivery of applications and services […]

Written by JP La Torre
#Helm charts tools

15+ Useful Helm Charts Tools

Helm is one of the best things about Kubernetes. (Which is why we talk about it in great depth here.) Rather than setting up an entirely new environment and configuring each kube object manually, you can now use Helm and Helm Charts—the template for different Kubernetes setups—to automate 90% of the work. For more on […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
Spotlight on #EKS

Spotlight on EKS

The use of containers makes deploying even the most complex apps easier, and, as we’ve discussed in too many articles to mention, Kubernetes takes the idea to a whole new level. The platform allows for workload and services to be managed in such a way that everything is compartmentalized and highly efficient. Most major cloud […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
#AWSreinvent 2018

AWS re:Inventing the Cloud 2018

Each year AWS, re:Invent announce an overwhelming number of major new features to electrify attendees and the global tech world. Last week’s 2018 event was no exception. Continuing the cloud platform’s annual trend, AWS released plans for launches across a broad range of categories from containers, machine learning, storage, and networking to name just a few. […]

Written by JP La Torre
Spotlight on #Helm

Spotlight on Helm

As discussed in previous articles, Kubernetes is a very powerful container orchestration tool. It allows you to set up and maintain even the most complex group of containers and microservices across multiple clusters. The flexibility of Kubernetes is immense and there is virtually no environment you cannot set up using Kubernetes. But while Kubernetes may […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
FB - Working with #microservices & #Kubernetes

Working with Microservices & Kubernetes

The fundamental concept behind a microservices-based architecture is also its biggest advantage. Rather than having a single monolithic app running everything internally, it is possible to set up multiple microservices–each handling its own functions and specific tasks–and have that big lump of an app divided into small, manageable, independently deployable services. The approach allows the […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
Importance of #codestyling

The Importance of Code Styling Guides

Learning to code is a minefield. Coders love to compete with one another in ways that seem utterly strange to the average outsider. Just as members of sports team or the armed forces have a sense of camaraderie and a tendency to joke around with each other, these behaviors are rooted in love and shared […]

Written by JP La Torre
leveraging #serverlessarchitecture

Leveraging Serverless Architecture

This post was originally published here on DZone.com. Serverless computing, also known as serverless architecture, and sometimes just serverless, is a hot topic in computing right now. Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, the big three when it comes to cloud computing, are all investing heavily in serverless architecture to provide continuous service integration for businesses of […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
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The 2018 State of DevOps Report(s)

In its seventh annual outing, the results of Puppet and Splunk’s collaboration is out in the form of the 2018 State of DevOps Report. As the Report outlines from the responses of 3,000 participants, “DevOps is an ongoing evolution, and there is no final destination. But there are ways to achieve success faster.” Many teams […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
#Kubernetesnetworking

The Kubernetes Networking Model

Many web applications today consist of multiple containers, utilizing different Services from different places. Kubernetes effectively streamlines the process of implementing multi-container applications. With Kubernetes, the user can configure features on the container orchestration tool exactly how they want to combine different containers within a single app. Kubernetes then handles the process of rolling them […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
#DevOpsConsulting

Why You Need a DevOps Consultant

Efficiency is one of the fundamental pillars upon which any successful business is built. We’re all familiar with the old adage that “Time is money,” but many companies don’t appreciate just how deep this simple observation runs. Amongst businesses who do prioritize the efficiency of their operations, there is an ongoing need to devise better […]

Written by JP La Torre
#Terraform #AWS

Terraform and AWS

Terraform has been a revelatory experience for many people new to the platform. The software offers a powerful approach to infrastructure automation. It is one of the most innovative examples of infrastructure as code (IAC) available today. Delivering a cloud-based approach to networking whereby cloud architecture is rendered entirely via code. Terraform helps configure cloud […]

Written by Stefan Thorpe
Kubernetes #autoscaling

Kubernetes Horizontal Pod & Cluster Autoscaling: All You Need to Know

Many Kubernetes users, especially those at enterprise level, swiftly come across the need to autoscale environments. Fortunately, the K8s Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA) allows you to configure your deployments to scale horizontally in a myriad number of ways to do just that. One of the biggest advantages of using Kube Autoscaling is that your Cluster […]

Written by Juan Ignacio Giro
Why #cleancode matters

Why Clean Code Matters

Ask any coder what the bane of their existence is, and the answer will likely be the same. There are few sins as egregious as unclean code. While we may be quick to attribute this habit to others only, we’ve no doubt all been in the situation where we’ve revisited code months after its creation […]

Written by JP La Torre

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