Tag: infrastructure

Security & Compliance

Tutorial: How to provide secure access with Hashicorp Boundary

In provisioning infrastructure for any environment, there is a need for users to securely access dynamic hosts and services – this is where the hashicorp boundary takes a great task up. Hashicorp is an open-source solution and has had several things that have made it evolve in the past years and boundary has to be…

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…

DevOps - Infrastructure as Code - Observability

Introducing Observability & Monitoring Into Your System

Your system, application, and/or your infrastructure are going to have problems. Once you have your infrastructure under control, you will want to understand what’s happening in the system through Observability. The goal is to prevent as many issues as possible, but the reality is that problems are unavoidable. What’s most important is detecting problems before…

Case Study - DevOps - Infrastructure as Code

Success story: From on premise to AWS in 1 hour

The problem: The client required migration of his microservices-based application to AWS, using containers.  The application was running on site, using legacy DevOps tooling, Xen VMs, Chef, and some scripting. So what, exactly, was the problem? Both security concerns and network limitations precluded this migration from being performed progressively. The only component permitted to exist…

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…