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Operators’ Toolkit for Debugging Microservice Platforms

DevOps

Operators’ Toolkit for Debugging Microservice Platforms

Introduction In our webinar The Coming Tsunami in Microservices: Operating Microservices at Scale, we discussed the precipice that some organizations will face as they make significant commitments to microservices. The impact of microservices can be...

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Why You Need to Move to the AWS Cloud

DevOps

Why You Need to Move to the AWS Cloud

One of the primary reasons organizations consider the Cloud is the cost efficiency potential. AWS provides remarkable economies of scale, due to the fact that equipment purchases are not required. Payment is only necessary for...

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The 5 Steps of the AWS Well-Architected Framework Review Process

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The 5 Steps of the AWS Well-Architected Framework Review Process

The AWS Well-Architected Framework Review process occurs in 5 different steps: preparation, review meeting, read-out, quick wins, and follow-up review. Below, we go into detail about what each step entails. Step 1: Preparation The key...

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Building Your First CI/CD Pipeline on AWS

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Building Your First CI/CD Pipeline on AWS

AWS CodeDeploy deploys your applications, lambda functions, and static files to AWS computing services. A continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline has four major components, and each of these components can be switched out for different...

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Is your AWS Workload Well-Architected? Part 2 of 2

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Is your AWS Workload Well-Architected? Part 2 of 2

In Part 1 of this blog post we discussed the importance of a solid architectural foundation when deploying applications to the AWS cloud. We introduced the AWS Well-Architected Framework and how it can benefit organizations...

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Is your AWS Workload Well-Architected?  Part 1 of 2

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Is your AWS Workload Well-Architected? Part 1 of 2

In February 2019, the Dow Jones company received some unfavorable publicity when it was announced that they had inadvertently exposed 2.4 million records of sensitive information about businesses and individuals. The data was stored in...

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