Service mesh is the next logical step to overcome security and networking challenges obstructing Kubernetes deployment and container adoption. Check out the benefits of deploying a service mesh here!
With the increased adoption of Microservices, new complexities have emerged for enterprises due to a sheer rise in the number of services. Problems that had to be solved only once for a monolith – such as resiliency, security, compliance, load balancing, monitoring, and observability – now need to be handled for each service in a Microservices architecture.
In the 2020 Cloud Native Survey, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) found that the use of service mesh in production has jumped by 50% from last year.
In the last blog, we talked about AWS IAM challenges usually encountered while setting it up. We also talked about AWS IAM best practices which help us understand why there is a need for multiple options & practices through which we can satisfy our needs. When we talk about AWS IAM, there is an important term called security which plays an important role while setting up AWS IAM. We covered lots of approaches which generally are not related to AWS IAM security. We bring to you this blog that covers many aspects of security related to AWS IAM.
This blog will help you understand multiple options provided by AWS IAM through which we can set up secured infrastructure. Most of the options provided by AWS IAM are also covered as security best practices. Let’s explore some of the options.
We have always worked towards continuously enhancing our capabilities and expertise across Microservices, Kubernetes, Cloud & DevSecOps. Here, in this newsletter, we’re excited to share our learnings and experiences with these technologies!
Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment or CI/CD has become a key cornerstone for building, testing, and deploying applications across environments these days. Here, we talk about the popular build & deploy tools being used in the industry today, that are centred around microservices application delivery. Take a look! While Continuous Integration helps to mitigate the risks and enables a quick and seamless code release by automating multiple code changes from different developers of the project. On the other hand, Continuous Deployment enables DevOps teams to deliver the integrated code to production seamlessly, thus providing a quick and effective automated process to release new features and updates to customers without much hassles.
Our Team hosted a Workshop on Prometheus which was very insightful and made absolute sense in terms of the Principles and the application part. The audience strength was pretty amazing, besides this, we also received many queries from the people who couldn’t join because of the Virtual Meet Limit. So, we shared the recording and the slides on social platforms. Here we try to share a glimpse of the workshop while keeping the same essence.