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Guest post by Yan Xun, Senior Engineer from Alibaba Cloud EDAS team, Andy Shi, Developer Advocator from Alibaba Cloud, Tom Kerkhove, Containerization Practitioner Lead & Azure Architect at Codit, KEDA maintainer, CNCF Ambassador When scaling Kubernetes there are a few areas that come to mind, but if you are new to Kubernetes this can be …

Guest post originally published on the Fairwinds blog by Kendall Miller From Infrastructure as Code to Policy as Code It wasn’t that long ago people started talking about Infrastructure as Code. Part of the reason why is how fast the technology in the cloud native space has matured. It also wasn’t that long ago that …

Did you know that the VMware Tanzu Observability by Wavefront engineering team not only listens to input from customers, but acts on that input to improve the overall Tanzu Observability experience? In fact, as a direct result of customer surveys, the Wavefront engineering team recently completed 30 days of improvement focused on query quality. I …

Guest post by Anind Mathur and Akash Bakshi of MSys Technologies As we hopefully look forward to what can be a better year, MSys Technologies brings you the 2021 tech predictions based on our Software Product Engineering Services and Digital Transformation expertise. Software Product Engineering Momentum for Single Data Platform with Low Code/No Code 1.1 …

“The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second best time is now.” No, the second best time was 19 years and 364 days ago… but I get what you mean. You read all these stories of the early investors in bitcoin, racking in their millions today, the tech billionaires who …

Every business is looking for ways to win new customers and retain existing ones. To that end, they need to provide a compelling user experience and consistently push new business ideas into the market before their competitors do by running software in production in a way that is fast, secure, and scalable. Along with this …

With the recent release of the VMware Customer Reliability Engineering (CRE) team’s Reliability Scanner, we wanted to take some time to expand on the namespace label check, including how labelling can be used for alert routing. The Reliability Scanner is a Sonobuoy plugin that allows an end user to include and configure a suggestive set …

Guest post originally published on Logiq’s blog by Ajit Chelat Kubernetes is one of the most popular choices for container management and automation today. A highly efficient Kubernetes setup generates innumerable new metrics every day, making monitoring cluster health quite challenging. You might find yourself sifting through several different metrics without being entirely sure which ones are …

Currently, women only represent 27.5% of software developers globally (source at bottom of article). The software developer community has a long way to go to reach gender equality and one of the ways to do this is to help highlight female developers. So, we asked some female software developers to share their advice for others …

Imagine running a business without financial projections or even knowing how much money is left in the bank. How would you know if you are swimming in a huge cash buffer or if you need to skip a customer lunch due to insufficient funds? Without observing your financials it is simply impossible to run a …