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Introduction Throughout the software engineering lifecycle, practices have come and gone. Those that have stuck and those that have withstood the test of time have been the building blocks of what we have today. They’ve pushed teams and developers alike to better code bases and practices. Here we discuss a few of the most notable …

Guest post by Akash Bakshi at MSys Technologies AWS is known to be a high-performance, scalable computing infrastructure, which more and more organizations are adapting to modernize their IT. However, one must be aware that no system is secure enough to ensure business continuity! Hence, you must have some kind of plan in place for …

What’s New: Intel and Red Hat today showcased several innovative examples of how the strategic collaboration has delivered on the promise of automated, cloud-native infrastructure for new 5G services. Based on foundational work started in January and new Intel® Select Solutions for network transformation, which includes a new reference design for virtual radio access network (vRAN), …

Following coroutine’s best practices, you might need to inject an application-scoped CoroutineScope in some classes to launch new coroutines that follow the app lifecycle or to make certain work outlive the caller’s scope. In this article, you’ll learn how to create an application-scoped CoroutineScope using Hilt, and how to inject it as a dependency. To further improve the way we work …

Virtualization and containerization are in VMware’s DNA. But did you know we’re also experts in databases? Greenplum represents more than 15 years of development experience parallelizing Postgres to crunch petabyte-scale data sets. Indeed, we’ve made more than 600 commits to the PostgreSQL project in the last 18 months alone. And now we’re combining all that …

Rackspace Technology®, a leading end-to-end multicloud technology solutions company, announced it has made a strategic investment in Platform9, the leading SaaS Managed Kubernetes provider for distributed clouds, and launched Rackspace Managed Platform for Kubernetes (MPK). Driven by a shared multicloud vision, both companies will collaborate and deeply align on products, technologies, and go-to-market activities. “The …

Product Bugs are one of the most common and accepted parts of building tech products. Yet bugs are often overlooked or an afterthought, especially when it comes to thinking about how to improve productivity and, ultimately, get better outcomes for customers. Product bugs don’t get much love because they aren’t sexy and are mostly associated …

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 …