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Oct 24, 2018 | By Lior Tal
So much of our world has moved away from the slow and methodical, towards the agile and iterative. In transport, for example, everything is “on demand”, constantly changing and adaptable. The same is true for developers. With movements and philosophies such as CI/CD, everything is about moving quickly, yet smartly. Test automation is an integral part of this development philosophy.
Oct 16, 2018 | By Ariel Assaraf
In the past, applications would be deployed by installation on a host, using the operating system package manager. This was a heavy solution with tremendous reliance on the operating system package manager and increased complexity with libraries, configuration, executables and so on all interconnected. Then came containers. Containers are small and fast, and are isolated from each other and from the host.
Aug 28, 2018 | By Ariel Assaraf
From production monitoring to security concerns, it’s critical for businesses to analyze and review their log data. This is particularly true for large and enterprise companies, where the sheer amount of data makes log analysis the most efficient way to track key indicators. CTOs, in particular, are dealing with the challenges of this massive amount of data flowing through their organization, including how to harness it, gather insights from it, and secure it.
Jul 27, 2018 | By Lior Tal
With the increasing adoption of containerization, the need arose to manage, schedule and control clusters of containers, and that’s where Kubernetes comes in. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, generally being Docker containers. When interfacing with Kubernetes, 2 competing tools are often discussed: Terraform, and Helm.