Category: Infrastructure as Code

Infrastructure as Code - Terraform

Tools for Testing Terraform Managed Code and Infrastructure

Infrastructure as code is the backbone of any cloud-based DevOps system or architecture. In the past, it was not uncommon for testing to be downplayed as unnecessary. Engineers may look at their work and feel there is no real need to test and push to production. However, in the long run, this is a mistake….

Availability & Scalability - DevOps - Infrastructure as Code

Making Your Infrastructure and Applications Available and Scalable

In the process of growing your business, you have most likely learned that meeting customer demand and being consistently available to your customers are two of the most important things your business must do. Furthermore, you probably already know that the cloud enables both. In fact, both are some of the main reasons businesses are…

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…

Editor's Pick - General - Infrastructure as Code - Managed Cloud Services

3 Very different things when working in China’s Internet

Disclaimer This is not an opinion article; we don’t judge the decisions made by the Chinese government. We respect the laws of the country in which we’re operating, just like other companies doing business in China. With that out of the way, let’s continue. Most of us know that internet laws and regulations are different…