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Guest post originally published on CloudOps’ blog by Marc Boudreau, Cloud Architect at CloudOps Serverless computing is taking off. Despite having been around since the announcement of Lambda by AWS in 2014 serverless is finally reaching the maturation required to propel a paradigm shift.   What is ‘Serverless’ Computing? Serverless computing describes a software development pattern in …

Guest post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Tayyab Jamadar Prometheus has been the flag bearer for monitoring the systems for a long time now. It has proved itself as a go-to solution for monitoring and alerting in Kubernetes systems. Though Prometheus does have some general instructions to achieve high availability within itself, it comes with its …

Guest post originally published on Msys Technology‘s blog by Akash Bakshi PaaS and IaaS are two of the earliest and most widely used cloud computing services. They are similar in some ways, yet fundamentally different types of platforms. In simple words, IaaS is the combination of PaaS, Operating System, Middleware, and Runtime. Enterprises must understand these …

Guest post originally published on New Relic’s blog by Lavanya Chockalingam of New Relic This blog is the first part in the Understand OpenTelemetry series. Part 1 begins with an overview of what OpenTelemetry is and why this open standard is the future of instrumentation. In the next parts, Alan West, one of the maintainers of the OpenTelemetry project, and contributor Jack Berg will walk …

With the ever-increasing complexity in today’s software stacks, there’s a greater need to ramp up an organization’s observability capabilities to take on challenges brought about by cloud technology. Having a robust observability mechanism helps organizations detect and remediate issues and threats to their applications and infrastructure well in advance. A log is a crucial component …

More than ever before, present day businesses want their IT systems to constantly evolve and be capable of responding positively to the changing goals and priorities. As they say, change is the only constant. In this context, microservices have become the proverbial  Holy Grail for solution architects to design and build modern software.  However, microservices …

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 …

Guest post originally published on Logiq’s blog by Ajit Chelat Cloud computing is everywhere. An ever-increasing number of businesses have turned to the cloud for their storage, compute, analytics, content management and business operations demands. With its ever-increasing adoption, cloud computing is quickly turning into the lifeline for infrastructure, platform, and software setups for organizations of all …

Guest post originally published on PingCAP’s blog by Ke’ao Yang, Software Engineer at PingCAP At the heart of modern software is layered abstraction. In abstraction, each layer hides details that are not relevant to other layers and provides a simple, functioning interface. However, because abstraction brings the extra overhead of system calls, its simplicity comes at the …