DevOps Vs. “NoOps” What matters today

DevOps Vs. “NoOps” What matters today

Why Do We Need DevOps? Technical and business requirements are more challenging and IT service becomes more and more complex. That’s why the delivery is so important and why we need to orchestrate the whole process. With the cloud, we don’t need more sysadmin, but DevOps technical and business skills are in high demand. To…

2020 Trends across the industry related to DevOps

DevOps is a culture that encourages collaborations among all stakeholders including development and operations teams and the improvement of processes through automation to increase the quality and speed of software delivery. Remember this definition of DevOps and be able to repeat it when asked: “What is DevOps?” The goal is to create a working environment in which…

5 MOST COMMON AWS COST ISSUES FOR EC2 INSTANCES

5 Most common AWS cost issues for EC2 instances

5 Most common AWS cost issues for EC2 instances AWS EC2 instance cost management is typically the first challenge users encounter when they migrate to the cloud. Unfortunately, there is no easy one-size-fits-all solution to stop over-spending on instances. Instead the most effective cost management requires vigilance and a commitment to continual review. Here are…

Cloudwatch: Leveraging Key Performance Monitoring Service

Cloudwatch: Leveraging Key Performance Monitoring Service

Cloudwatch: Leveraging a Key Performance Monitoring Service AWS CloudWatch is a powerful tool for optimizing the performance of AWS infrastructure. However, CloudWatch comes with a big deal of management complexity. To ensure your organization is taking all the benefits CloudWatch delivers, cutting complexity is the key. What Is CloudWatch? Amazon CloudWatch allows developers, system architects,…

EKS VS ECS

EKS vs. ECS: orchestrating containers AWS

EKS vs. ECS: orchestrating containers on AWS. AWS Kubernetes-as-a-Service is Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS). ECS vs. Kubernetes need to be compared. Before comparing the differences, let us start with what EKS and ECS have in common. Both solutions are managing containers distributed among a fleet of virtual machines. Managing containers includes: Monitoring and…

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Why Switch To Microservices?

Defining Microservices In order to answer the question of Why Switch To Microservices? Let’s define microservices. Take look at the word itself —Micro” + “Services”. “Micro” means small. And that means small not just in the size of the code itself, but also in the scope of the service and the size of the team…

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The Challenges of RI and Savings Plans (part 1)

The challenges of using AWS Reserved Instances (RI) and Savings Plans (read more about Savings Plans). Both pricing models for EC2, RDS and other AWS services. The core principle is simple – commit to a minimum value of use, and enjoy up to 75% off AWS cloud services. Enterprises that care about the costs of…