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Architecture

These organizational challenges hamper your Cloud migration efforts

Often, companies who migrate their applications to the cloud focus heavily on the technical aspects. Due to the fact that the technical issues can be immense, they might ignore or underestimate the organizational challenges. Translating the vision to concrete projects and actions heavily depend on the organizational power to...

The revival of PaaS Solutions, now based on Kubernetes

Kubernetes is currently the biggest name in the game when it comes to cloud computing. Most Kubernetes-based services in the market primarily focus on cluster orchestration and management. Software developers tend to have a hard time writing code when they are bogged down by the complexities of Kubernetes infrastructure....

ZeroOps is the answer to cloud infrastructure woes: amazee.io

A key trend in the cloud-native space today is to automate and abstract underlying infrastructure in order to ease the process of building code, thus giving developers their time back. This is the idea behind ZeroOps - a way to automate everything about infrastructure that can be automated. It...

Ensuring compliance across the multi-cloud

A cloud-native organization inevitably embraces multicloud to solve complex business problems and to avoid vendor lock-in. However, this setup has its own set of regulatory concerns. Managing security risk in the cloud continues to be overwhelming, especially in a multicloud setup. To that end, several establishments worldwide have introduced...

GitPod is the new developer experience

Just some phrases from the Gitpod website: "Select project, start coding", "Works on my machine - and yours", "Always ready to code.". Those statements make you curious. What's it all about and what should you know about it? GitPod is the new local developer experience. Suppose you have a...

Why VEX documents are relevant to your security strategy

Companies increasingly adopt fast-paced security-related processes to their software supply chain. The sheer number of security tools makes it pretty easy to scan every artifact that travels through the CI/CD pipelines from development to production. Yet the number of security warnings, misconfigurations, and run-time events demand time and effort...

Devoxx Antwerp 2022 – for developers by developers

Just before the summer, we wrote about the great tech conferences which started (again) after the Covid period. At that time of writing, it was not 100% sure that every conference would actually be held in a physical form. Devoxx was one of them. Things worked out well, the...

GitOps security topics you must address

GitOps quickly becomes the de-facto standard for DevOps teams to build, test and release software. Previously, there were some articles about GitOps itself published on Amazic. Therefore, please refer to the article about the GitOps pipeline and GitOps adoption by cloud vendors. With the rise of GitOps and "pushing...

SRE Tools – Part 6, Chaos, Nirvana and the Simian Army

This is the final part of a series of articles attempting to lay down a road map to kickstart a potential journey into SRE.  In the first part of this series, we discussed MADARR and its relationships with the DevOps principles of continual development and continual improvement.  The Second...

SRE Tools – Part 5, Large or Small: One size does not fit all

This is the fifth part of a series of articles attempting to lay down a road map to kickstart a potential journey into SRE.  In the first part of this series, we discussed MADARR and its relationships with the DevOps principles of continual development and continual improvement.  The Second...