Tag: infrastructure as code

Cost Optimization - General - Managed Cloud Services - Security & Compliance

DevOps Challenges Every B2B SaaS Must Overcome To Succeed: Optimizing Costs in the Cloud

When you consider the growing demand for cloud services, paired with increase availability and variety, the costs incurred by businesses are sure to rise. Your company may have even started migrating more services to the cloud to take advantage of the budget flexibility the cloud offers. In fact, the main reason for 47% of enterprises’…

General - Managed Cloud Services - Security & Compliance

DevOps Challenges Every B2B SaaS Must Overcome To Succeed: Staying Secure and Compliant

Protecting your company’s assets is paramount in today’s world. This means taking security and compliance seriously. Over 1001 data breaches happened in 2020 in the US, and 158 million people were affected by data exposures caused by lax security practices. Not only must you protect your assets, but you must protect your client’s sensitive information,…

Automation - DevOps - Infrastructure as Code - Kubernetes

Building Custom Kubernetes Operators Part 6: Building Operators using Metacontroller

Kubernetes operators were introduced as an implementation of the Infrastructure as software concept. Using them you can abstract the deployment of applications and services in a Kubernetes cluster. This is the sixth and last of a series of articles explaining how operators work and how they can be implemented in different languages.   Introduction In…

DevOps - Infrastructure as Code - Productivity

Success story: Automating 100 of applications on the corporate world

The client Genesys, a  large company providing a wide variety of contact center solutions, must support a wide variety of product features. The ongoing product offerings required on-premise installation of a great number of moving parts. Such installation would involve a hundred applications and their dependencies, installed on four major operating system versions in various…

DevOps

Failover is dead

When doing a quick Google search of the keywords “failover meaning”, you will find this definition: “a procedure by which a system automatically transfers control to a duplicate system when it detects a fault or failure.”