Cloud Solution Architect

Cloud Security and AWS: Part 1

As DevOps culture and the public cloud have become widely adopted, engineering teams in many companies have become faster and more agile than ever before. However, this very autonomy and agility that teams now enjoy also demand a bigger role in operational security. As such, DevSecOps and Cloud Native Security are essential topics that need to be addressed to…

Spotinst adds automation to simplify and optimize Kubernetes clusters

Introduction As a leading purveyor of excess hyperscaler capacity, Spotinst has years of experience in algorithmically maintaining cost-oriented clusters for production workloads. In December 2018, it launched Ocean, a serverless container engine to help customers get started with Kubernetes, using sensible defaults and enabling ‘nodeless’ operation with autoscaling at the pod level. The company’s pay-as-you-save…

The Tinder, Reddit, Airbnb and Pinterest’s move to Kubernetes

Kubernetes’ increased adoption is showcased by a number of leading companies which have integrated the technology into their services. Get some insights from the biggest companies which are successfully using Kubernetes. The Docker adoption is growing fast with more companies using it into their Production. Using an orchestration platform to scale & manage your containers is…

Securely Migrating to the Cloud

By 2020, 83% of enterprise workloads will have moved into the cloud. Cloud migration can be a challenging process. A key issue is security both during the migration and in the post-migration environment. Read more and Learn: Elements to consider before and during a migration and common problems to avoid Strategies for secure cloud migration…

How Does DigitalOcean Cloud Services Crashed a Whole Business

  What happened this week to RAISUP, shows that alongside the convenience of Cloud Services, you need an experienced & local Partner that will be available 24/7. Many bits have passed through the network and the cloud Data Centers services has become a fact. Today, most modern products, from mobile applications to enterprise software, rely on cloud…

10 open-source tools that make Kubernetes better

Take advantage of these Kubernetes companions to simplify app definitions, enhance monitoring, ease cloud deployments, and more. Kubernetes has become a standard way—many would say the standard way — to deploy containerized applications at scale. But if Kubernetes helps us to tame sprawling and complex container deployments, what’s available to help us tame Kubernetes? It too can be…

How to create a disaster recovery plan for AWS

A Disaster or a Hazard can be something that puts an organization work at risk, from equipment failures to cyber attack to natural hazards. The aim of a disaster recovery site is to keep business operations active in case of any damage or hazard occurs. Disaster recovery helps in restoring applications, data, and hardware quickly…

AWS Lambda vs. Microsoft Azure Functions

  Let’s compare two FaaS: AWS Lambda and Microsoft Azure Functions. We’ll look at the brief history of each, and compare and contrast their features. Let’s start with a simple question: Why work with multiple FaaS providers? One of the crucial components of any application’s reliability plan is what to do when a provider goes…