All Member Posts


Kubernetes rightsizing: save money and improve performance
Member Post Kubernetes rightsizing: save money and improve performance
Member post originally published on Fairwinds’s blog by Andy Suderman Kubernetes rightsizing is the process you use to ensure that your Kubernetes cluster has the right amount of resources to run your workloads efficiently. K8s rightsizing includes CPU,...
December 28, 2023 | By Andy Suderman

Katalyst: A QoS-based resource management system for workload colocation on kubernetes
Member Post Katalyst: A QoS-based resource management system for workload colocation on kubernetes
Member post originally published on Katalyst’s blog by Pengcheng Tang The resource usage of web applications tends to fluctuate with changes in the number of visitors, displaying noticeable tidal characteristics. To ensure stability, service providers often allocate resources...
December 26, 2023 | By Pengcheng Tang

The business impact of Internal Developer Platforms for improved ROI
Member Post The business impact of Internal Developer Platforms for improved ROI
Member post originally published on Facets Cloud’s blog by Anshul Sao Explore how Internal Developer Platforms (IDPs) boost ROI, enhance developer productivity, and accelerate business growth in our latest blog. Internal developer platforms (IDPs) have become increasingly relevant in...
December 21, 2023 | By Anshul Sao

Service proxy, service mesh or API gateway – which do you need?
Member Post Service proxy, service mesh or API gateway – which do you need?
Member post originally published on Tyk’s blog by Ahmet Soormally and Carol Cheung The rise of the microservices architecture has brought with it a whole heap of efficiency and flexibility – and some interesting challenges. As organisations have...
December 20, 2023 | By Ahmet Soormally and Carol Cheung

Cloud Management Platform: what is it and which one to choose?
Member Post Cloud Management Platform: what is it and which one to choose?
Member post originally published on SparkFabrik’s blog by SparkFabrik Team According to the Gartner report entitled ‘2023 Technology Adoption Roadmap for Software Engineering‘, Cloud Management Platforms (CMPs) fit into the landscape of Deployment & Operation technologies. These technologies...
December 19, 2023 | By SparkFabrik Team

Why you should break down your Terraform into stacks
Member Post Why you should break down your Terraform into stacks
Member post originally published on Terramate’s blog by Tim Davis Introduction This article introduces one of the most common Terraform problems that Terramate was designed to solve: How to decompose code into more manageable components while maintaining system integrity and...
December 18, 2023 | By Tim Davis

Why Cloud Auditing Data Federation is important for an enterprise
Member Post Why Cloud Auditing Data Federation is important for an enterprise
Member post originally published on Coredge’s blog by the Coredge team Overview: The Cloud Auditing Data Federation (CADF) facilitates the federation of normative audit event data to and from cloud providers, which is why it is significant. It...
December 14, 2023 | By Coredge team

Kubernetes 1.29: the security perspective
Member Post Kubernetes 1.29: the security perspective
Member post originally published on ARMO’s blog by Ben Hirschberg, CTO & Co-founder at ARMO Kubernetes 1.29 will be the last release from the Kubernetes team for 2023. The new release has 49 enhancements, with a multitude of beta and...
December 14, 2023 | By Ben Hirschberg

Codebreaking clouds: hacking cloud native environments through VAPT mastery
Member Post Codebreaking clouds: hacking cloud native environments through VAPT mastery
Member post originally published on SighUP’s blog by Simone Ragonesi Discover all you need to know about Cloud-Native Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) with practical examples. Introduction This article embarks on a journey into the realm of Cloud-Native...
December 13, 2023 | By Simone Ragonesi

Software observability from the lens of radar and a black box
Member Post Software observability from the lens of radar and a black box
Member post originally published on Last9’s blog by Nishant Modak Observability is often a misunderstood and misused term. It has come to mean nothing and everything at this point. Read more on how Observability can be viewed from the...
December 11, 2023 | By Nishant Modak