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How To Manage Your GraphQL APIs With Apigee

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Problem Statement Maintaining business continuity of your mission critical systems usually demands high availability (HA) solutions that will failover without human intervention. If you are running SAP HANA or SAP NetWeaver (SAP NW) on Google Cloud, the OS-native high availability (HA) cluster capability provided by Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) for SAP and SUSE Linux …

Editor’s note: Today’s post is by Kari Anna Fiskvik, VP of Technology at Nordic Choice Hotels, one of the largest hotel companies in Scandinavia. When a ransomware attack shut down operations, Nordic Choice hotels chose ChromeOS Flex to quickly recover by repurposing Windows devices. This enabled the business to sustainably bounce back while providing security …

At GitOps Days 2022, Jason Morgan, Technical Evangelist at Buoyant and co-chair of the CNCF Business Value Subcommittee, demonstrated how to make Flux, Flagger, and Linkerd work together. He also showed an example of using an ingress to do A/B testing based on headers or cookies. Jason talked through the theory and whiteboarded for those who prefer visualizing these scenarios. The presentations include …

A great meeting experience is one that allows everyone to fully participate, whether they’re in the conference room or joining remotely. Ideally, we all have a clear understanding of the meeting’s objective, have access to the same collaboration tools, and walk away with a clear action plan and timeline. For me, that’s meeting nirvana. To …

The crypto industry is characterized by high growth rates and an oversaturation of all sorts of events. The world doesn’t stand still and the DeFi industry is only gaining momentum, constantly developing and surprising us with new launches, opportunities, and discoveries. Specializing in any field implies full immersion in professional topics, and the crypto industry …

Shifting left on security with Google Cloud infrastructure The concept of “shifting left” has been widely promoted in the software development lifecycle. The concept is that introducing security earlier, or leftwards, in the development process will lead to fewer software-related security defects later, or rightwards, in production.   Shifting cloud security left can help identify …

So you’re deploying Kubernetes and you’ve been ready-to-go with your containerized applications. But one problem you’ve faced is IP exhaustion across your diverse environments and your clusters need to talk to your on-prem clusters or hosts. Or maybe your workloads talk to a service that expects only RFC 1918 addresses for regulatory or compliance reasons. …

As a way to reemphasize our commitment to open source and open standards, we are sharing an exciting development in open source observability. Pixie, a real-time debugging platform for Kubernetes, has just announced their plugin system. The plugin system allows users to export data from Pixie’s rich dataset to any tool which supports OpenTelemetry. This includes data …

Cloud was built on the premise of flexible infrastructure that grows and shrinks with your application demands. Applications that can take advantage of this elastic infrastructure and scale horizontally with the demands of your application offer significant advantages over competitors by allowing infrastructure costs to scale up and down along with the demand. Google Cloud’s …

Indonesia’s largest hyperlocal company, Gojek has evolved from a motorcycle ride-hailing service into an on-demand mobile platform, providing a range of services that include transportation, logistics, food delivery, and payments. A total of 2 million driver-partners collectively cover an average distance of 16.5 million kilometers each day, making Gojek Indonesia’s de-facto transportation partner. To continue …