Azure CDN

How it works?

Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a CDN service provided by Azure Cloud Platform that enables storing and accessing data on different content servers and locations – used by online or cloud services.  A CDN store the content cached on the edge servers that are available in the POP locations to reduce latency. Azure CDN is important for us which requires multiple hits to boost up the process of our applications.

Benefits of using Azure CDN –

  • Better performance and improved user experience for end users
  • Large scaling to better handle instant high loads
  • Distribution of user requests and serving of content directly from edge servers so that less traffic gets sent to the origin server.
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Hybrid Cloud vs Multi-Cloud Management: Which Offers Greater Flexibility and Scalability?

Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses operate, offering unparalleled scalability, flexibility and cost-efficiency. As organizations increasingly embrace cloud technology, they are confronted with various cloud migration techniques, deployment models and management strategies to meet their unique needs. Two prominent approaches in this domain are Hybrid Cloud Management and Multi-Cloud Management.

Here, in this blog, we will explore the key differences between Hybrid Cloud Management and Multi-Cloud Management. So, let’s dive into the world of Hybrid Cloud Management and Multi-Cloud Management, unravel their differences and unlock the potential of cloud computing in today’s dynamic business landscape.

What is Hybrid Cloud Management?

Hybrid cloud management refers to the practices, tools and strategies involved in effectively managing and controlling a hybrid cloud environment. It encompasses the tasks and processes required to integrate, monitor, secure and optimize the hybrid cloud infrastructure.

To effectively manage a hybrid cloud environment, organizations may utilize various hybrid cloud implementation tools, automation solutions and cloud management platforms that provide centralized control and visibility across the hybrid infrastructure. These tools help streamline operations, improve efficiency and simplify the management complexities associated with hybrid cloud environments.

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How to Setup SSO in Jenkins?


Providing OAuth 2.0 user authentication directly or using Google+ Sign-in helps us to achieve a modern authentication method. It also provides a trusted and secure login system that’s familiar to users, consistent across devices, and removes the burden of users having to remember another username and password. One of the hurdles in implementing a Gmail authentication is that the Google developer console and your  Jenkins server should be in the same network or in simple terms they can talk to each other.

What is SSO ?

SSO stands for Single Sign-On, which is a method of authentication that allows users to access multiple applications and services with a single set of login credentials.

With SSO, users are only required to enter their login credentials once, and they can then access all the applications and services that are part of the SSO system. This simplifies the authentication process, improves user experience, and reduces the risk of security breaches.

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Exploring the Most Popular Types of SaaS in the Industry Today

The Software as a Service (SaaS) market has experienced explosive growth over the past decade, and it shows no signs of slowing down. With businesses of all sizes turning to cloud-based, DevOps and automation solutions for their software needs, it’s clear that SaaS has become a dominant force in the software industry. From customer relationship management (CRM) to human resources (HR) management and beyond, SaaS solutions have revolutionized the way businesses operate. 

The global software as a service market size is expected to reach USD 819.23 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 13.7% from 2023 to 2030, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. 

Here, we’ll explore some of the most popular types of SaaS applications in the industry today, including what they do, how they work and the benefits they offer. So, let’s dive in and explore the top SaaS solutions that are driving innovation and transforming industries.

DevOps Tools

What is SaaS?

SaaS stands for Software as a Service. It is a cloud-based software delivery model in which software applications are provided over the Internet as a service. Instead of installing and maintaining software applications on their own computer systems, users can access the software applications over the internet, typically through a web browser or a mobile app. 

The software provider hosts the application, manages the infrastructure and handles the overall monitoring, maintenance, security and updates. This allows users to easily access and use the software application without worrying about the technical details of managing and maintaining it. SaaS is a popular delivery model for various software applications, including customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), project management and collaboration tools.

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Simplify Your Kubernetes Deployments with ArgoCD and GitOps 

In this blog, we’ll discuss how ArgoCD can help you simplify your Kubernetes deployments. ArgoCD is a Kubernetes tool that allows you to automate your deployment process and manage your applications using GitOps. This means that you can define the desired state of your Kubernetes resources as code, and ArgoCD will ensure that your cluster matches this state.

By the end of this blog, you’ll have a solid understanding of how to use ArgoCD to simplify your Kubernetes deployments and streamline your workflows.

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