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Choosing The Right Ephemeral Environments Tool: A Checklist

Engineering teams are rapidly embracing ephemeral environments. These short-lived, on-demand environments offer a game-changer for developers, accelerating workflows and boosting efficiency. However, with a variety of ephemeral environment tools available, choosing the right one can feel like navigating a maze. Today, I’m sharing a detailed assessment checklist for Ephemeral Environment tools.

Successful Business: Lessons from a Tech-Savvy CEO

I’m Romaric, the CEO and co-founder of Qovery. With 15 years of experience managing large-scale infrastructure and a passion for computer science, I’ve embarked on a journey to build an ambitious tech product designed to revolutionize the developer experience. At Qovery, we aim to simplify the path to production for developers, ensuring they can focus on writing code without worrying about the underlying infrastructure.

Upgrading Hundreds of Kubernetes Clusters: Interview with Pierre Mavro, CTO of Qovery

Managing the upgrade process for hundreds of Kubernetes clusters is a daunting task, one that Pierre Mavro, co-founder and CTO at Qovery, is adeptly prepared to tackle. Leveraging his deep expertise and a skilled team of engineers, Pierre and his team have efficiently automated the upgrade process for both public and private clouds. Bart Farell sat down with Pierre Mavro to explore how he achieved this without breaking anything.

10 Best Container Management Tools in 2024

Containerization has revolutionized the way software applications are deployed and managed. However, it comes with its own set of challenges. This is because of these challenges, that we opt to use different container management tools to streamline the deployment, scaling, and maintenance of containerized software. This article explores the top ten container management tools of 2024, providing insights into their pros, and cons.

Transforming Kubernetes into an Internal Developer Platform in 10 Minutes

An Internal Developer Platform (IDP) is a powerful tool for providing self-service infrastructure for developers. It allows developers to manage application lifecycles without the constant need for IT team involvement, streamlining the process from development to production. With its widespread adoption, Kubernetes has become the standard for running application workloads across various organizations.

Get Ephemeral Environments on Kubernetes in Less than 10 Minutes

Qovery is an Internal Developer Platform (IDP) designed to make Kubernetes developer-friendly. It offers self-service capabilities, allowing developers to efficiently manage and scale their applications. One of the standout features of Qovery is the ability to create Ephemeral Environments, which we will focus on in this guide. So keep reading to see how you can get a fully operational Ephemeral Environments system on your Kubernetes Cluster in less than 10 minutes.

10 Best Tools to Manage Kubernetes Clusters

Managing multiple Kubernetes clusters presents a significant challenge, primarily due to operational overheads, complexity, and the steep learning curve associated with Kubernetes' complex ecosystem. As organizations scale and deploy across various environments; production, staging, and development, the need for a robust tool to streamline management becomes crucial.

Kubernetes Cost Optimization: Tips and Best Practises

Kubernetes has become the go-to solution for container orchestration, but managing Kubernetes costs effectively is challenging for businesses aiming to optimize their IT expenditures. Let’s go through various types of costs associated with running Kubernetes and explore some key strategies and practical tips for Kubernetes cost optimization.

Experience Qovery on Your Local Machine

Qovery offers a streamlined, powerful platform for developers. Its goal is to simplify DevOps processes and enhance the overall developer experience. For those new to Qovery or considering adopting it, there's a simple way to test its capabilities on your local machine. Using the "qovery demo up" command, you can create a non-production environment to explore Qovery's features without any complicated setups. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you get started.