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Challenges of Running Services With K8s Reliably

Kubernetes (K8s) is a container orchestration platform that facilitates workloads for applications or services in a scalable manner. Out of the box and only in a favourable path, K8s is a wonderful platform that magically deploys and manages workloads and restart-services when a service is not ready or is unhealthy. K8s works behind the scenes, though there are many hidden caveats in terms of making sure the platform stays stable and unfettered.
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Monitoring for Success: What All SREs Need to Know

The last ten years have seen a massive change in how IT operations and development enable business success. From virtualization and cloud computing to continuous delivery, continuous integration, and rapid application development, IT has never been more complex or more critical to creating competitive advantage. To support increasingly Web-Scale IT operations and wide-scale cloud adoption, applications now operate as services.

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7 Ways SRE Is Changing IT Ops And How To Prepare For Those Changes

SRE best practices are disrupting and catalyzing change in the ways organizations approach IT Operations. In this blog we look at 7 ways SRE is bringing this transition. ‍Site Reliability Engineering is a new practice that has been growing in popularity among many businesses. Also known as SRE, the new activity puts a premium on monitoring, tracking bugs, and creating systems and automations that solve the problem in the long term.

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Rethinking external APIs

This blog post builds on the knowledge from my previous gRPC posts (Part 1: gRPC vs. REST, Part 2: A Breakdown of gRPC in Practice, and Part 3: Using gRPC in your Front End Application), however it can also be read as a standalone. More than a year has passed since we wrote the first line of code at StackPulse. Having previously used REST API, we wanted to use gRPC as our protocol of choice both for internal and external communication.