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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…

serverless technologies
Automation - DevOps - 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…

Automation - DevOps - Infrastructure as Code - Kubernetes - Uncategorized

What is immutable infrastructure?

Within the Cloud infrastructure space, there are several approaches on how to manage infrastructure. From: old-fashion manual creation and pray, to: everything automated, self-healing, self-scaling and pretty much self-managing. Within the second group, there are several approaches as well; you can have your infrastructure automated provisioned with Terraform and use Ansible for the configuration management,…

Automation - Infrastructure as Code - Kubernetes - Managed Cloud Services - Terraform

5 Infrastructure-related problems that most scale-ups have

Once your startup grows, it’s no longer a startup but a scale-up, and when that happens, a new set of challenges arises. This is a list of (some) common challenges scale-ups face when growing into a more mature business; the challenge now is not knowing what to do – but being consistently good at it….

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An Important Part of Cloud Migrations: Testing People

Probably we all understand that any migration should be preceded by simulations in order to provide the best possible opportunity for success. What is often missed or underestimated, however, is the importance of including people in this process.