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5 Upcoming cloud computing trends for 2020

5 Upcoming cloud computing trends for 2020

The year 2019 is about to end. Less than one month left. A lot of websites already try to predict the future in their posts about upcoming cloud computing trends for...
Getting ready for microservices – strangling the monolith

Getting ready for microservices – strangling the monolith

Don't feel like reading? Listen to this article via the player below: Amazic · Getting ready for microservices – strangling the monolith Every day, more and more organizations move towards a DevOps way...
Runtime security with Sysdig Falco

Runtime security with Sysdig Falco

Lately I've been researching possibilities to detect anomalies during runtime in containers. I came across the open source project Sysdig Falco which seems to do just that. Quoted from their site:...
Hashicorp has announced the public beta of Consul 1.8

Hashicorp has announced the public beta of Consul 1.8

Hashicorp is in a bit of a purple patch regarding product announcements. Having just released Vault 1.4 which we reviewed here, they have just announced the release of a public Beta...

Migrating Terraform from AWS to Azure: credentials & secrets

It is probably safe to say that the vast majority of Terraform users cut their teeth with the AWS providers to deploy their first cloud environments using infrastructure as code. It...
Spectro Cloud saves Kubernetes from vendor lock in and DIY complexity

Spectro Cloud saves Kubernetes from vendor lock-in and DIY complexity

Kubernetes is great for developers creating containerized workloads and microservices. But it's open, pluggable architecture and design principles can be scary at first sight: it just doesn't hide any of its...

Otomi avoids Technical Debt for Kubernetes platforms

Getting started with Kubernetes is a daunting endeavor, but a necessary one. For most organizations, it’s about digital transformation in the marketplace, where digital products and services are becoming...
Why running Windows containers in Kubernetes is crucial

Why running Windows containers in Kubernetes is crucial

Since the end of March, Kubernetes has full, production-level support for running Windows Server nodes in clusters. With Kubernetes version 1.14, running Windows-based containers has been moved from beta to stable...
Migrating Terraform from AWS to Azure- changing the provider code

Migrating Terraform from AWS to Azure: changing the provider code

In our previous Terraform post we explained the process to configure the “azurerm” provider to connect to Azure. We showed two methods of carrying out this process one utilizing the standard...
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