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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 …

Guest post originally published on The New Stack by Tito George, co-founder, logic.ai Most log management solutions store log data in a database and enable search by storing an index of the data. As the database grows in size, so does the index management cost. On a small scale, this isn’t problematic. But when dealing with large-scale deployments, …

Guest post originally published on Rookout’s blog by Gilad Weiss, Full Stack Developer at Rookout The first lesson you learn as you start to work around the DevOps field is that being optimistic is not a good virtue. While that might seem overly pessimistic, let me explain. We plan our architecture to fit our needs, deal with …

Guest post originally published on Oteemo’s blog by Tom Halligan Introduction: This is the second in a series of posts aimed at providing information on Kubernetes tooling (I will use the abbreviation K8s at times) to IT, DevOps and engineering teams that help support K8s deployments. These will not be deep dives into K8s architecture …

Guest post originally published on the Kong blog by Marco Palladino Kuma is an open source, CNCF service mesh that supports every environment, including Kubernetes and virtual machines. In this Kuma service mesh tutorial, I will show you how easy it is to get started. Download Kuma Start by downloading Kuma to your preferred environment. For this tutorial, I used macOS as my …