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Top 5 Benefits of Containerization For Your Startup

A container is an isolated unit of software running on top of an operating system. Containers are getting popular among startups because containerized applications are portable, have built-in scalability and fault tolerance, are more secure, and promote faster development cycles. That’s why startups prefer containers for new application development to gain a business advantage over competitors who are still using VMs for application deployment and packaging.

AWS Production Deployment Checklist

CI/CD is now an inevitable need of every modern application. Many startup companies adopt CI/CD with a good cloud vendor. Still, they do not follow the guidelines needed for successful deployment, and even if they do that, they find difficulty scaling the application. Here in this article, we will go through a comprehensive checklist to help you perform stable and successful production deployments on AWS.

Qovery Demo Day Summary - May 2022

Our last Qovery Demo Day took place on a live on the first Thursday of May. This event aims to give you some insights into what we did during the past month and what’s next and showcase some of our new features. During this demo day, Bilel (Software Engineer at Qovery) and Romain (Software Engineer at Qovery) joined me to talk about Terraform Improvements demo and Docker Build Improvements demo.

Top 5 AWS Services Every Developer Should know

AWS is a beast in cloud services and has more than 200+ services. It is not easy for a novice user to select the services that fit his need. Even after selecting the right service, you need to make sure you use it the right way because each service has many different variants. In this article, we will guide you about the top 5 most frequently used AWS services which every developer must know.

Implementing Microservices on AWS with the Twelve-factor App - Part 2

Welcome to the second post in a series of “Implementing Microservices on AWS with the Twelve-factor App”. In the first post, we covered the areas around the codebase, configuration, code packaging, code builds, and stateless processes. This article will go through the remaining areas for best practices in microservices. Let’s start the discussion with Port mapping!

Implementing Microservices on AWS with the Twelve-factor App - Part 1

The Twelve-Factor methodology is a set of best practices for developing microservices applications. These practices are segregated into twelve different areas of application development. Twelve-factor is the standard architectural pattern to develop SaaS-based modern and scalable cloud applications. It is highly recommended by AWS if you are building containerized microservices. In this article, we will guide you on how to develop applications that will use microservices deployed on containers in AWS.

All things you should know to be a Meeting Master

While meetings are part of today's organizations, they can also bring some frustration preventing one from scratching its TODO list. It can be a good idea to try to promote asynchronous mediums such as Notion pages, Slack channels, etc. This page aims to bring some insights regarding WHEN / WHY holding or not a meeting.

AWS Summit London - My top 3 sessions

Hi, fellow Qovery readers, Albane here! 👋 To give you a bit of background, I joined Qovery in August 2021, initially as a Product Owner, then moved to a Product Marketing Manager position in March 2022. So yes, I’m all about our product. However, I also spend much time learning about our partner’s products, and that’s why, on April 27, 2022, I spent the day at the ExCel Centre in London to attend the annual AWS Summit.

The top 10 AWS architecture built with Qovery in 2022

We are in May 2022, and hundreds of startups have built their infrastructure on AWS using Qovery. This article will share the 10 best (and fancy) AWS architectures our customers have made. From the most classic architecture to the craziest 🤪 It can give you some ideas. Let's go 🚀