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DevOps is a culture where people, regardless of title or background, work together to imagine, develop, deploy and operate a system. In practical terms, DevOps is the next logical iteration after Agile of multidisciplinary teams working together to create software products and services.

Let your Pods do the talking

Let your Pods do the talking

In this article, we'll let your Pods to the talking. Almost all applications deployed to Kubernetes need to access cloud-native resources sooner or later. The application might need to talk to an...
Is SOAR the key enabler of DevSecOps

Is SOAR the key enabler of DevSecOps?

It is hard to soar with the eagles when you work with turkeys was a saying we used to use in the army. In the realm of security, this has never...
Control plane

What is a Service Mesh and why do you need it?

Probably not a surprise for anyone in the DevOps world: monoliths are becoming microservices. However, new challenges arise. How to split them up based on business domains? When to separate the...
Risk Management in a DevOps world

Risk Management in a DevOps world

Every great new feature of the application you push to production provides an opportunity to increase the revenue of your organization. On the other hand, every commit and with it, every...
Lift and Shift to the cloud what you need to know before you start

Lift and Shift to the cloud – what you need to know before you...

As of today, businesses are in the middle of their journeys to migrate their workloads to the public cloud. There are multiple strategies and paths to follow. Some follow a very...
Is DevOps with CICD the panacea everybody thinks it is

Is DevOps with CI/CD the panacea everybody thinks it is?

There is no longer any doubt regarding the benefits of DevOps and its kissing cousin CI/CD over paradigms like waterfall methodology. The improvements to feature roll-outs, the decreases in service outage...
Create cache, databases and DDoS protection in Azure with Terraform

Create cache, databases and DDoS protection in Azure with Terraform

As they say, all good things must come to an end. This is the third and last post in our deploying LAMP on Azure with Terraform series, where we'll create cache,...
Building auto scaling groups in Azure with Terraform

Building auto-scaling groups in Azure with Terraform

In our last article, we started to deploy our LAMP infrastructure to Azure. However, we soon hit some difficulties with the azurerm provider not supporting some key needs, there were plenty...
Resilient infrastructure and applications to overcome failures in the cloud

Resilient infrastructure and applications to overcome failures in the cloud

Cloud adoption grows exponentially. Development teams use on-demand infrastructure that scales up and down. They benefit from multiple datacenters and regions, as well as dedicated connections from their on-premises datacenter. Although...
Building images and VMs in Azure with Terraform

Building images and VMs in Azure with Terraform

In this post, we'll look at building images and VMs in Azure with Terraform. In our last post, we looked at how we would design the layout of our folders to...