Increasing adoption of containers has led to a paradigm shift in software delivery. Immutability and ephemerality which are the cornerstone of cloud-native technologies has changed DevOps tools and in turn also the processes.

Containers have disrupted the way you package applications and Kubernetes introduces a whole new way of achieving continuous delivery. CI/CD in a cloud-native world. The scale of Kubernetes can be used to build and deploy applications while building complete transparency in the process with Gitops.

Operating a non-trivial container platform requires constant monitoring and constant improvements to build better end user experience. Knowing what to measure and spotting trends early are critical to success for the customer. Monitoring also enables efficient resource utilization by scaling up and down on demand.

The quality of your service is determined by how the end user experiences it and without measuring that – you can not improve the end user experience. Building and operating systems that meet and exceed SLOs requires a holistic view of application building and delivery. Lean & DevOps principles guide the process but only data can show the changes and improvements. We embrace a data-driven approach and deploy engineers who have worked across all phases of SDLC to do the DevOps transformation of your application and teams. We also become the coach during transformation so that once we are done, you can sail the ships successfully.

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July 22, 2020

Build and deploy Kubernetes apps with Skaffold

In this blog post, we will look at Skaffold & how it can be used to improve the developer workflow for Kubernetes applications. Skaffold is a Google container tool, which…
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June 11, 2020

How to Create Ephemeral Environments using Crossplane and ArgoCD?

What if you could just spin up a temporary cluster to test your application and set it to delete it after a certain time period automatically, all of that using…
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February 10, 2020

An introduction to cluster provisioning using Crossplane

(image source) Introduction What if you could create a Kubernetes cluster across major cloud providers like Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS)  through a resource…

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