5 Lessons Learned From Applying Kubernetes In The Enterprise

Kubernetes

Kubernetes is no longer a technology under consideration — it is in mainstream adoption and an industry-standard as a container orchestration platform. Kubernetes helps to focus on building business-centric capabilities by providing a standard platform deployable to the public or hybrid cloud environment. Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than 75% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production, up from less than 30% today. With the rise of Kubernetes…

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Top AWS reInvent 2021 Takeaways for Architects

Top AWS reInvent 2021 Takeaways for Architects

AWS re:Invent 2021 (Nov 29 – Dec 3, 2021) has been the key highlight in the technology community particularly after the pandemic. As an in-person attendee, it was a great opportunity to learn, discuss, understand, and experience the tech event. While there are many viewpoints, this article summarizes the top AWS reInvent 2021 takeaways for architects to help them be aware of the broader context. #1 – Don’t forget the…

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Tech Tip #4 – Use Lens IDE as a unified tool to manage Kubernetes cluster

Abstraction, flexibility, transparency, and avoiding vendor lock-in are key factors in choosing the suitable Kubernetes management solution. Lens Desktop is a developer-friendly IDE to manage Kubernetes built using opensource & cloud-native principles and a great offering as a unified tool to manage Kubernetes cluster. Lens IDE is a developer-friendly offering as a unified tool to manage the Kubernetes cluster across cloud vendors, and on-premises Kubernetes in a similar way. This…

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Key Takeaways from CNCF KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2021

KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM CNCF KUBECON + CLOUDNATIVECON NA 2021

CNCF has recently wrapped up a virtual conference (KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021) with 50+ sessions by engineering experts in Cloud Native technologies. Though this article summarizes key takeaways from the North America hybrid (virtual + in-person) conference (Oct 11-15), it is recommended to watch recorded sessions by clicking here. You can also access slides by clicking here. Key takeaways from CNCF KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2021 conference have…

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Rise Of Cloud Native With CNCF Ecosystem

Kubecon

CNCF has recently wrapped up a virtual conference (KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2021) with 50+ sessions by engineering experts in Cloud-native technologies. Though this article summarizes key takeaways from the KubeCon Europe virtual conference (May 4-7), it is highly recommended to watch recorded sessions by clicking here. You can also access slides by clicking here. The first and foremost part is to ensure we understand the definition of Cloud-native by…

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Why & How To Get Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900) Certified In 4 Weeks

Why To Get Azure Fundamentals? If you are using Azure Cloud, then this question becomes irrelevant. But if you are using Google Cloud or AWS Cloud, it helps to broaden your Cloud perspective by understanding the basics of Azure. Some of the key benefits outlined as: Get the fundamental knowledge of cloud concepts (if new to cloud) and Azure foundational knowledge (Management Groups, Subscriptions, NSG, ASG, etc.) Appreciate the competing…

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3 Simple Tricks Every Architect Should Know About Twelve-Factor App

Twelve-factor app, introduced by Heroku, became a popular reference as principles in building cloud-native or software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. As a software architect, awareness is an important aspect so that you can effectively apply new patterns or methodologies to make successful applications. Use these 3 Tricks / Steps when you are designing or refactoring the applications. 1. Get to the basics The first step is to ensure that you understand all…

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