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Monitor ECS applications on AWS Fargate with Datadog

AWS Fargate allows you to run applications in Amazon Elastic Container Service without having to manage the underlying infrastructure. With Fargate, you can define containerized tasks, specify the CPU and memory requirements, and launch your applications without spinning up EC2 instances or manually managing a cluster. Datadog has proudly supported Fargate since its launch, and we have continued to collaborate with AWS on best practices for managing serverless container tasks.

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Save on your cloud spending: Five essential cloud cost management strategies that work

Digital transformation can be a rewarding endeavor for any enterprise, especially now considering the current remote work scenario. Often, organizations leverage the support of the cloud to set up robust digital transformation frameworks. The cloud offers scalability, making it easy to scale up or down. The cloud is also far more dynamic in terms of consumption—you pay for what you use.

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Simplify NFV adoption - Charmed OSM and Managed Apps

Charmed OSM and Managed Apps let telecom operators accelerate adoption of NFV. This is needed because the way we consume data has changed. We want data at a cheaper price with faster speeds and in larger quantities. To meet the challenge, telecom operators are changing the underlying network infrastructure that delivers data. Software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV) are enabling this by lowering costs and improving infrastructure flexibility.

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Falco Support on AWS Fargate

Today we’re very excited to announce a partnership with Amazon to support Fargate in Sysdig’s product line. We are also announcing that Falco, the world’s most popular runtime security tool for containers, will soon be able to work on Fargate. This is an important milestone. For the first time, Fargate users will enjoy the benefit of deep instrumentation. This will make their workloads more secure, reliable, and efficient.

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Adaptability to Unpredictability: What COVID-19 Can Teach Cloud Businesses

In December, when reports emerged of a new flu strain ravaging Wuhan, most of us assumed the problem would fade away. It is only three months later and we are dealing with a global pandemic. Citizens have been ordered to stay indoors as healthcare systems attempt to “flatten the curve.” These changes have been unpredictable. With all of this change, the question most relevant to the world is: How adaptable are you? The economic ramifications of this pandemic will be extreme.

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IAM Access in Kubernetes: How to Install Kube2iam

IAM is the de-facto method of authorization in AWS. Most Kubernetes “Quick Start” guides for AWS do not adequately cover how to manage IAM access in your pods. This blog series will first go over the security issues specific to AWS IAM on Kubernetes, then compare solutions, and then we will end with a detailed walkthrough for setting up your cluster with one of those solutions.

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Serverless is Taking Off: Here's Why It's Worth Hopping On

Just a couple of years ago, serverless was a sparsely used technology, recognized mostly for its cost efficiency. Today, we’re seeing a radical shift in the attitude towards serverless. Developers have begun to realize that serverless not only minimizes operational overhead but can considerably enhance core applications in production. As cloud vendors continue to develop their serverless offerings, serverless is being used in production more than ever before.

opsani

AI and Machine Learning for DevOps: An Origin Story

Founding a successful AI and machine learning company is no walk in the park. It takes graft, commitment, creativity, and improvisation. This April, as we celebrate the anniversary of our seed funding, it’s the perfect time to give our Opsani users and followers the fun, untold story of Opsani’s early years.