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Every tech company and growing startup faces pressure to make efficient use of technical talent. Increasingly, this means determining if and how the cloud can help this talent focus on things like product development instead of IT overhead. These challenges are the starting place for our new whitepaper “The future of infrastructure will be containerized,” …

New Relic (NYSE: NEWR), the observability company, announced the general availability of a new infrastructure monitoring experience to empower DevOps, SRE and ITOps teams to proactively identify and resolve issues in their public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructure. The modernized experience allows engineers to instantly isolate bottlenecks by filtering and sorting based on golden signal conditions, analyze all …

Engineers today work inside a perpetual good news-bad news dichotomy. On one hand, the tools, infrastructure and capabilities at their disposal give them what an engineer ten years ago would probably consider superpowers: Containerization and virtualization, continuous integration/continuous delivery, microservices and serverless, Kubernetes, and the incredible development of the cloud woven through all of these …

If there’s one thing we learned talking to Kubernetes users, it’s that  optimizing for reliability, performance, and cost efficiency is hard — especially at scale. That is why, not long ago, we released GKE cost optimization insights in preview, a tab within the Google Cloud Console that helps you discover optimization opportunities at scale, across …

Designing scalable cloud native applications requires considerable thought, as there are many challenges to overcome. Even with the great clouds we have today for deploying our applications, the infamous fallacies of distributed computing are still true. Indeed, the network will cause both slowdowns and errors. Cloud native applications, which are often microservices, must be designed and deployed specifically to overcome these …

The Benefits of Stability and Reliability If you’ve come to this blog post, you’re probably interested in ways to be able to trust that everything will go well when you make a change to your app or clusters. Maybe you’re hoping that if things do go wrong, you can quickly find the info you need …

In a world where organizations are often defined by the digital services they can deliver, it’s crucial for underlying IT infrastructure to move as quickly as the business demands. To support our customers with getting the most out of a Kubernetes powered environment, we continue to make enhancements to VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid. In this …

We’re thrilled to share the news that leading global research and advisory firm Forrester Research has named Google Cloud a Leader in the recently published report The Forrester WaveTM: Public Cloud Container Platforms, Q1 2022. Forrester evaluated the container and cloud-native offerings of a select group of top public cloud container platform vendors across 29 …

Let’s be honest, nobody wants to deal with networking, but we can’t serve our applications without investing time and money in developing a good network design and setting up some basic operational procedures.  How we connect our application islands (most likely Kubernetes) to the rest of the world can make or break the user experience. Back …

Software intelligence company Dynatrace (NYSE: DT) announced that it has extended the Dynatrace® platform’s broad and deep observability and advanced AIOps capabilities to all major serverless architectures. In addition to existing support for AWS Lambda, this includes Microsoft Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions, as well as managed Kubernetes environments, messaging queues, and cloud databases across all major cloud …