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6 Steps to successful autoscaling on Kubernetes

Introduction One of the big drivers of adopting containers to deploy microservices is the elasticity provided by platforms like Kubernetes. The ability to quickly scale applications up and down according to current demand can cut your spending by more than half, and add a few 9s to your SLAs. Because it’s so easy to setup […]

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Kubernetes Multi-Cluster Management – Part 3

Introduction In part I of our Kubernetes multi-cluster management series, we’ve talked about the basics of GitOps and explained why you should really consider GitOps as a central tenet of your Kubernetes management strategy. In part II, we looked at a reference implementation of GitOps using ArgoCD, and how to organize your GitOps repositories for […]

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Kubernetes Multi-Cluster Management – Part 2

Introduction In Part I of our multi-cluster management series, we’ve introduced GitOps and gone over some of the reasons why you should adopt GitOps for the management of Kubernetes clusters. GitOps is always the #1 thing we set up when starting an engagement and we’ve spent a lot of time perfecting our best practices. Today […]

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Review of Industrial IoT Solutions – Part I

Introduction Edge computing and more generally the rise of Industry 4.0 delivers tremendous value for your business. Having the right data strategy is critical to get access to the right information at the right time and place. Processing data on-site allows you to react to events near real-time and propagating that data to every part […]

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Kubernetes Multi-cluster Management – Part 1

Introduction With more and more organizations adopting Kubernetes across multiple teams, the need for IT to provide a way for these teams to quickly provision and configure clusters is increasing fast. This is not only true in cloud environments but also at the edge, and from a practical standpoint, adding more clusters can become exponentially […]

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Understanding Cloud Native and What’s In It for Your Organization

“Cloud Native” is the current buzzword we will hear everywhere in major digital transformation projects currently underway. But what does Cloud Native even mean? Is it worth doing it for your organization? These are questions that pop up when thinking about transforming our workloads in a Cloud Native way. So let us dive in. What […]

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Kubernetes on Multi-Cloud using Terraform

Kubernetes (K8s) is an open-source platform that manages containerized workloads and services and expedites declarative configuration and automation. K8s is often described as a container orchestration platform. Containers provide a lightweight mechanism for isolating an application’s environment. For example, containerizing an application not only means building a package that holds an application but all the […]

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A Modern Platform for a New Rebate Program: A Customer Success Story

Our client needed to build a new secure and compliant customer-facing website that provides consumers details about a rebate program. The website also needed a portal that allows participating retailers to enroll for qualification, submit reimbursement claims, and report on program data (e.g., claims, status, reward amounts). The platform also needed to include a second […]

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Why Should Enterprises Invest in VMware Tanzu Mission Control?

Enterprises are slowly realizing that they quickly need to adopt cloud-native technologies such as Containers and Kubernetes to accelerate their Digital Transformation initiatives. These technologies are the driving forces behind legacy application modernization and net new cloud-native applications that are needed to meet the ever changing demands of customers. These technologies provide various benefits for […]

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Introducing Our Container-Native Modernization Suite for ROSA

As a launch partner for Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), we’ve developed a DevOps-in-a-box reference architecture and Kubernetes-based implementation for rapid application modernization. Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that automates many of the manual processes involved in deploying, managing, and scaling containerized applications. This means you can cluster together groups of […]

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Key Takeaways of the VMware Tanzu Advanced Edition

In our previous blog VMware Tanzu: Highlights of the Basic Edition, we explored the benefits of the VMware Tanzu Basic edition and how it is optimal for enterprises at the beginning stages of their application modernization journeys because it allows you to run containerized-off-the-shelf (COTS) workflows on-premise as part of vSphere. In our Key Takeaways […]

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Key Takeaways of the VMware Tanzu Standard Edition

In our previous blog VMware Tanzu: Highlights of the Basic Edition, we discussed the benefits and considerations of implementing VMware Tanzu Basic in your organization. In today’s blog, we will discuss the Standard edition, which builds off of the functionality of the Basic edition, and how it can support your infrastructure and application modernization journey. […]

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