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.
The demand for greater agility, flexibility, and scalability has accelerated the move to the cloud for developers, but when is Database as a Service the right choice for your next project? Tyler Duzan, Product Manager at Percona explains.
Red Hat’s Cesar Saavedra talked to us about cloud-native development – what it is, what to keep in mind and what best practices he recommends for the shift. Our main focus was the eight steps that he feels will ensure the highest degree of success, as well as some extra advice for the two hardest changes that you need to make to switch to cloud native.
Organizations continue moving to the cloud, and they show no sign of slowing down. However, many IT and security professionals have reservations about security when it comes to the cloud. In this article, Roberto Garcia discusses how automation helps minimize risks resulting from human error and protect against common security mistakes when migrating to the cloud.
As 2019 comes to a close, one thing is clear – serverless computing is flourishing and everyone is eager to hop on the bandwagon. But has it gotten too big for its britches? Enterprises are eagerly migrating to the cloud regardless of the fact their DevOps teams are struggling to keep up with observability. We sat down with Shreyans Parekh, Senior Manager at AppDynamics, to talk about serverless in 2020.
Watch Dr. Daniel Bryant’s session from JAX London, the conference for Java and software innovation. In his talk, you will learn about how to integrate the Ambassador Kubernetes API gateway and the Consul Connect service mesh into your Java applications. Discover cloud native communication!
Eclipse Dirigible started as an internal Eclipse Foundation SAP initiative for extending and adapting SOA and Enterprise Services use cases. It became an Eclipse Project in 2015, and since then has soared to new heights. It aims to provide devs a toolset for building, running, and operating end-to-end vertical apps in the cloud and offers a wide variety of features.
Eirini is a Kubernetes backend from Cloud Foundry, providing an Orchestrator Provider Interface layer. It allows users to choose Kubernetes as their container scheduler, so they can use the tools that they are already familiar with. Now, Eirini recently hit its version 1.0 release. This important milestone means that Eirini is ready for use and has earned its stability. See what’s new and what’s under the hood.
What’s hot, what’s not, and what technology should you say yes to as 2020 rolls in? Tech researchers from ThoughtWorks offer their input in the biannual Technology Radar. This issue highlights some rising tech techniques that you should adopt, what Kubernetes tools you should have a look at, and advice regarding cloud adoption.
Is cloud computing getting “Edged” out? Edge computing is becoming a viable reality since the cost of IoT hardware and sensors is dropping and devices continue to get smarter (and smaller). With new connectivity technologies such as 5G on their way, edge architectures will lay the foundation for a faster, more efficient Internet of Things.
Gloo is an Envoy-powered API Gateway for use with Kubernetes that can connect, secure, and control traffic from a variety of application services. Gloo’s architecture is very flexible; it can support hybrid applications with multiple technologies, clouds, architectures, and protocols. Recently, Gloo hit its 1.0 milestone and is ready to be used in production.
The Java Framework Quarkus is making Java ready for the Cloud-native Age with Kubernetes and Serverless. With Quarkus 1.0.0, the first major version has been released. Although it does not contain any major changes, it represents an important milestone for the open source project.
IoT has been growing exponentially over the past couple of years. But the problem with this growth is that IoT devices generate a colossal amount of data. This is where cloud computing comes in to provide storage space.