The RED method: A new strategy for monitoring microservices

Monitoring an application is crucial for providing a quality product and experience for users. But simply collecting a ton of application metrics doesn’t solve the true problem. What software companies...

How to use Docker for Java development

The promise of using during development is to deliver a consistent environment for testing across developer machines and the various environments (like QA and production) in use. The difficulty...

Cloud costs a lot of money

As the old adage goes, you’ve got to spend money to make money. With regard to public cloud success, this certainly feels true. Google, Microsoft, and AWS all reported earnings...

Ignite 2021: Azure’s Chaos Studio goes public

Back at the beginning of 2021, Azure CTO Mark Russinovich’s regular Ignite runthrough of the Azure architecture gave us a first look at Chaos Studio, the platform’s fault injection tool....

Mind the value at risk with cloud computing solutions

Risk is part of our everyday lives. We risk an auto accident when we drive to the store but choose to do so since the value of obtaining food outweighs...

Why you should use a microservice architecture

Your application is large. You have many customers, and they make good use of your many features and capabilities. You have a large catalog of products, and your store is...

Get your cloud data right the first time

When moving data from traditional on-premises systems to public clouds, what to do with the data is the primary focus. Many enterprises simply replicate their current data technology, governance, and...

Continuous integration with Docker and Jenkins

There is a great diversity of approaches to (CI/CD). Containerizing apps with is a common step to take, for a variety of reasons. Once containerized, a key element...

Azure updates AKS with new Kubernetes technologies

Kubernetes is the foundation of much modern cloud-native software. Although it’s a mature technology that’s important for Azure and other hyperscale clouds, Kubernetes is definitely not standing still. Regular updates...

What is Kubernetes? Your next application platform

Kubernetes is a popular open source platform for container orchestration — that is, for the management of applications built out of multiple, largely self-contained runtimes called containers. Containers have become...

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