DevOps

The latest News and Information on DevOps, CI/CD, Automation and related technologies.

epsagon

How to Troubleshoot API Errors with Epsagon

In the modern web, an API is a crucial and inherent part of any application. Each time you open a news website, gaming site, or online banking page, or whenever you use any other online service, you make one or more API calls to a server. And yet, this is something you most likely never think about. In this article, we’ll discuss what an API is (or simply remind those who already know) and explain the role of third-party APIs in building your own service.

squadcast

How to SRE without an SRE on your team

Are terms like “Error budgets” and SLOs roadblocks on your way to adopting SRE practices for your organisation? Our latest blog talks of "How to SRE without an SRE on your team", where we look at some of the most elementary SRE concepts that you can start implementing right away! We help you pick SLOs, identify toil and touch base on Automation for SREs along with few best practices to get you started on your SRE journey.

virtualmetric

Event Log Management and Monitoring

Computer networks all around the world generate daily records of events occurring in their system. Some events are routine while others indicate potential security breaches or weak network health. Event log files consist of log information that can help organizations reduce their exposure against malware, intruders, damages and legal obligations.

Modern Data Architecture to Support Healthcare During a Pandemic and Beyond | Kong Summit 2020

COVID-19 has hit our country hard, and the healthcare industry is still reeling from national attention on the blatant disparity of the effects of COVID-19 in specific underserved populations. Recognizing the disparity, healthcare leaders continue to struggle with interoperability and data sharing; we must free the data and move beyond the debate of public or private cloud. It’s time to prepare for the eventuality of leveraging all available cloud environments to handle the data workload and application needs to end digital disparity in healthcare.
rookout

Why Are You Logging If You're Not Using the Logs?

There comes a time in every developer’s life (or daily routine, we’re not here to judge) where they have to go and fix a bug. Back in the days when I used to be a developer, I distinctly remember how each time I would go face to face with a bug, my favorite method to fix it was to add log lines. I mean, why not, right?

canonical

Embedded Linux for Teams

A Linux kernel for each developer team, which uses it to bring up target boards. Bespoke, built, issued, and maintained over years by the vendor. Teams that focus on building great apps, rather than figuring out hardware dependencies. Happy developers that bootstrap smart devices in no time. This is what highly productive embedded systems development should look like. Let’s unpack that vision.

Kubernetes Master Class - Cluster Monitoring in Rancher 2.5

With Rancher 2.5, the integrated Monitoring and Alerting system has been improved significantly and is now much more powerful and flexible. It is easier than ever to scrape your own workloads with Prometheus, to create custom dashboards in Grafana and to configure alerts and notification channels to your liking. In this Master Class, Rancher Field Engineer Bastian Hofmann will discuss these improvements and demo how you can customize the whole monitoring system to fit your needs.
cloudhedge

Accelerate Modernizing FSI Vertical's Legacy Apps

In the past 2 years over 25 FSI enterprises have explored CloudHedge to automate modernization of legacy apps. Applications within FSI enterprises are two kinds, the back-office apps and the external consumer apps (end customers or partners/vendors). Most of these applications were built with legacy technologies and are difficult to quickly add/fix features or hot-fixes. Some of the applications even take 3 months before a fix can be released for the end-users.

WhiteSource

Microservices Architecture: Security Strategies and Best Practices

Over the past few years enterprises and industry leaders have been steadily adopting microservices to drive their business forward. At this point, companies like Amazon, and Google, to name a few, must agree that the microservices style of architecture is much more than a passing trend. Along with the many benefits of updating monolith systems to microservices architecture, there are also new security challenges that organizations need to address.