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Microservices in practice

Microservices in practice: From Architecture to Deployment

Understanding Microservices Microservices is the latest edition in the jargons of software applications. Software applications which had Monolithic architecture before, are now making a move to the Microservices due to several factors. Being the current favorite among the developer community, Microservices is enjoying a fair share of its fan following. Due to this popularity, although …

The-Kubernetes-Aftermath-Reimagining

Revolutionizing Distributed Systems with Kubernetes

When industry leaders like Cloud Foundry Diego, Amazon ECS, HashiCorp’s Nomad, and Docker Swarm were taking over the container-orchestrator market, Kubernetes was planning its grand entry. In two years, the landscape evolved, and we saw the end of many projects. Most providers either shut down their working or partially supported and integrated to Kubernetes. Many …

Contentious Integration tools 2019

Best Continuous Integration (CI) Tools In 2019: A Comparison

The Anatomy of Continuous Integration Tools Some of the best continuous integration (CI) tools aren’t just for the top players in the industry these days and can be used with much ease. But before getting on with integrating a continuous integration tool with your business, maybe it’s best to compare and see what tools would …

Kubernetes-vs-Docker-Swarm - A-Comprehensive-Comparison

Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm : A Comprehensive Comparison

Why Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm? Containers have become quite popular in recent years. They help developers maintain consistency across various platforms, right from development to the production process. Although there are multiple significant in the market when it comes to container orchestration, including Mesosphere and Amazon ECS, this blog aims to take a comparative look at …

Scaling Up With Micro Services And Containers

Scaling Up With Micro Services And Containers

You want to scale up your organization, deploy software quickly, and ensure speedy deliveries but aren’t sure what to do with microservices and containers. If you’re tired of writing code from scratch and want to break down custom software development into independent granular components that are scalable in nature, then microservices and containers are for …