Category: Automation

Automation - Docker

Top 10 Best Practices For Docker

Containers are the industry standard. They are a unit of software that packages up an application’s code and all its dependencies for it to run reliably from one environment to another. More specifically, a Docker container image is used as a stand-alone, lightweight software package with everything needed to run your application.  Organizations from banking…

Automation - Kubernetes

Automating Multi-Tenant Applications with Kubernetes Operators

Automation in the cloud is mandatory. Beyond being mandatory, automation makes business sense. The complexity, size, and dynamics of today’s business world, especially startups, make manual operations an undesirable choice due to a lack of reliability, speed, and consistency. Much automation is achieved using Infrastructure as code. However, there may be cases where Infrastructure as…

Automation - Infrastructure as Code

DevOps Challenges Every B2B SaaS Must Overcome To Succeed: Implementing Cloud Infrastructure Automation

Infrastructure is everywhere. Keeping up with the growing complexity and size of infrastructure at your organization may be getting harder and harder. Doing a poor job of keeping up can result in costly delays to updates, patches, or resource delivery. It could result in even worse problems in the future. In order to regain visibility…

Automation - Cost Optimization - DevOps - Editor's Pick - Infrastructure as Code

How automating cloud deployments saves you money (a lot)

Throughout our hundreds  – possibly thousands – of conversations with IT professionals and managers, clients and prospects, many, many of them had made conscious decisions to delay investing in automation of one process or another – or avoid it altogether.  The reason behind this decision was usually the belief that the expense will outweigh the…

serverless technologies
Automation - DevOps - Editor's Pick - Infrastructure as Code - Kubernetes - Managed Cloud Services

What is “Serverless”?

In some cases, serverless is wrongly related to a context in which a server does not exist. However, a server does exist, but no management tasks on a server will be performed; its maintenance and execution is be done by a vendor. In other words, having a “serverless” architecture involves avoiding server management and as…