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Importance of baremetal for Kubernetes framework
Member Post Importance of baremetal for Kubernetes framework
Guest post by Vishal Anand, Utpal Mangla, and Luca Marchi, IBM Kubernetes never existed without Baremetals !! If we say that, it would not be incorrect for enterprises at all. It is of no surprise that some of...
April 29, 2022 | By Vishal Anand, Utpal Mangla, and Luca Marchi

Twelve-factor app anno 2022
Member Post Twelve-factor app anno 2022
Guest post originally published on Xenit’s blog by Anders Qvist The Twelve-factor app is a methodology for building software-as-a-service apps that was first formulated by developers associated with Heroku. It’s been ten years since the first presentation of this...
April 28, 2022 | By Anders Qvist

Are the three pillars of observability still relevant?
Member Post Are the three pillars of observability still relevant?
Guest post originally published on Chronosphere’s blog by Rachel Dines For some, observability has been defined as a collection of distinct data types known as the three pillars—logs, metrics, and distributed traces. While these are all critical inputs...
April 27, 2022 | By Rachel Dines

Building a SaaS architecture with a single tenant application
Member Post Building a SaaS architecture with a single tenant application
Guest post by Joram Wilander, Director of Engineering at Mattermost, Inc. Introduction Most products that run as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) are built to be multi-tenant, meaning that a single instance or deployment is meant to be used by multiple...
April 26, 2022 | By Joram Wilander

Docs as Code: how does it improve developer experience?
Member Post Docs as Code: how does it improve developer experience?
Guest post originally published on Mia-Platform’s blog Introduction In the lifecycle of a software product, documentation plays a very significant role: without it, users struggle to use the software, or, in the best scenario, they do not take...
April 25, 2022

OpenTelemetry and Python: A complete instrumentation guide
Member Post OpenTelemetry and Python: A complete instrumentation guide
Guest post originally published on the Timescale blog by James Blackwood-Sewell, Timescale OpenTelemetry is considered by many the future of instrumentation, and it’s not hard to understand why. In a world where successful companies are software companies, the...
April 22, 2022

How to make enterprise cloud infrastructure better with open-source software
Member Post How to make enterprise cloud infrastructure better with open-source software
Guest post by Ed Sarker, Head of Clouds at CloudMatos Let me start with, I’ve been there. I know what that is like. I’m Edward, and I’ve spent the better half of my life in DevOps and cloud...
April 21, 2022 | By Ed Sarker

ZTNA is dead. Long live zero trust.
Member Post ZTNA is dead. Long live zero trust.
Guest post originally published on Appaegis’s blog by Michael Shieh, Co-founder and CEO of Appaegis Why Enterprises Should adopt a Zero Trust Architecture  Zero Trust was a concept coined by John Kindervag at Forrester in 2009. As cyberattacks...
April 20, 2022 | By Michael Shieh

Customizing K8S scheduler
Member Post Customizing K8S scheduler
Guest post originally published on the Gemini Open Cloud blog by Patrick Fu, CEO of Gemini Open Cloud The default scheduler is a very matured component of Kubernetes cluster management. It is working quite well for most of...
April 19, 2022 | By Patrick Fu

Why we selected Thanos for long term metrics storage
Member Post Why we selected Thanos for long term metrics storage
Guest post originally published on the Elastisys blog Metrics answer 3 questions: Are your users happy? Is your application happy? Are your servers happy? Application developers create dashboards based on metrics for situational awareness or to identify long-term...
April 18, 2022