Speeding up time to value in SaaS (software-as-a-service) is a collaborative effort between the vendor and the customer. This article examines five ways that enterprises can speed up SaaS without sacrificing any long-term project goals.
A successful containerized, multi-cloud strategy requires thoughtful consideration and offers numerous benefits. See five different use cases where a multi-cloud container environment can open a world of more ability, capability, and flexibility.
The Thundra Application Observability and Security Platform was originally developed inside Opsgenie and spun off in 2018. In this article, we will go into detail about Thundra’s features. We will be using a real-life example of a serverless application and show how to boost its visibility by using distributed tracing.
Most enterprise organizations are currently navigating their way through cloud-based technologies and modernizing their IT infrastructures to a multi-cloud strategy. This article takes a look at five reasons why your enterprise should adopt a multi-cloud strategy.
Pulumi is a multi-language, multi-cloud open source dev platform that uses the approach of “modern infrastructure as code”. The newly released 2.0 version is here and introduces new features such as policy as code and more CI/CD integrations.
What is DevOps? This question has no clear answer, because the truth lies somewhere between corporate culture, tooling, methodology and different approaches to working. Nevertheless, there are of course factors that give an indication of the extent to which DevOps has arrived in a company or a team. With our large DevOps survey we want to find out how your company is doing with the implementation of DevOps.
Apache Libcloud is a Python library with a unified API for interacting with cloud service providers such as Amazon EC2, Amazon S3 or Google Container Engine. The recently released version 3.0.0 drops support for older Python versions but makes sure to add new features as well.
If you run any kind of business (large-scale enterprise, small company, or even personal brand) and you haven’t moved to the cloud yet, then that’s a mistake you need to rectify with great urgency. This article examines four reasons why you should make the move.
In the last decade, the enterprise IT landscape has moved from large, monolithic applications towards lighter and more modular application architectures. Java EE was an enabler of the old way of creating enterprise apps, so it too needed to change with the times. Reinvention—including the advent of Quarkus—suggests a bright future ahead for enterprise Java.
In this blog, we are going to review how cloud native application development can be simplified by moving from traditional RDBMS scaling techniques (such as vertical scaling using load balancers) to more modern distributed SQL databases such as YugabyteDB which allow horizontal scaling with cluster-aware JDBC drivers.
How justified is our faith in the cloud? While it has its advantages when everything goes well, according to Gartner, throughout 2023, 99% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault. In order to protect the organization, and themselves, cloud advocates need to take steps to ensure they are prepared for what could happen.
Serverless Architecture Conference 2020 will be held in The Hague from April 20 to 22, 2020—so it’s high time for a small program preview. More than 25 sessions and workshops have already been announced. Attention! Until Thursday, February 13, 2020, you can also benefit from our early bird specials and receive a C64 Mini or a Raspberry Pi for free with your ticket.
Consider the following scenario: We are somewhere in the early 2020’s. As a result of a couple of viral tweets or a media report, your company’s carbon footprint suddenly becomes a public matter and maybe even a serious publicity issue. Management decides that it’s time to become more environmentally conscious by powering offices from renewable energy, buying electric company cars and by making attempts to establish remote working or cut down on business flights.
The cloud is a journey, not merely a destination. Keep this in mind as your organization moves to the cloud. Take a step back and re-examine your approach. Should some of your databases stay on-premises, and if so, which ones? When should you shift to a multi or hybrid cloud approach? This article discusses four potential approaches to take that are not just an “all-in” mentality.