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How to Run Kubernetes on AWS?

In the last years, Kubernetes has grown tremendously and is considered by most companies to be the best platform to run applications today. In simple words, Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform that allows you to run and manage containerized applications at scale. In this article, I will explain how you can run Kubernetes on AWS in 3 different ways. But before getting down the road, let me explain why it does make sense to run Kubernetes on AWS.

Streamlining Your Business Processes with Effective ERP Implementation Strategies

Did you know that the Enterprise Resource Planning market is expected to reach $103.95 billion by 2029? This shows the increasing importance and use of ERP systems in businesses. ERP systems are comprehensive software solutions that integrate various business processes. This integration can improve the efficiency and productivity of a business. It can also provide real-time data and insights to aid in decision-making.

How Tech Startups Can Secure Sensitive Data with Cutting-Edge Security Solutions

Data security for tech startups in today's digital environment is of utmost importance, given the frequency and sophistication of cyber threats. Protecting sensitive information has become more of an imperative than ever, particularly as startups handle valuable intellectual property, customer details, and financial details whose consequences if compromised can be disastrous - this is where advanced security solutions like digital cabinet locks come into play.

From bottlenecks to breakthrough: The impact of closed-loop remediation

The economy and businesses closely rely on network infrastructures functioning efficiently. Minor network bottlenecks and snags can cost companies a good chunk of money and negatively affect their reputation. When there is so much to lose, the natural reaction of organizations is to throw more people and, in turn, more money at the problem.

Beyond SLAs: Rethinking Service Level Objectives in Incident Response

In the context of IT service management, Service Level Agreements (SLAs) have long been the cornerstone for measuring and ensuring the quality of services provided to customers. However, as technology evolves and incidents become more complex, relying solely on SLAs may not be sufficient. This is where Service Level Objectives (SLOs) come into play, offering a more nuanced approach to Incident Response.

New AIX and Linux Monitoring Features on Microsoft SCOM and Azure

We’re thrilled to announce the latest releases of the NiCE Linux Power Management Pack and the NiCE AIX Management Pack for Microsoft SCOM and Azure Monitor SCOM MI, packed with exciting new features and enhancements to bolster your monitoring experience across Linux and AIX environments. Our team has been hard at work to ensure seamless compatibility, robust performance, and enhanced security across both platforms, and we’re excited to share what’s new.

How to make your services resilient to slow dependencies

When discussing reliability, we tend to focus on the things that we have control over: applications, virtual machine instances, deployment patterns, etc. But this ignores a significant and ever-growing part of nearly all modern software: dependencies. Dependencies are services that provide extra functionality for other services and applications. For instance, many websites depend on databases, caches, payment processors, and similar services in order to function.

Navigating Automation: Uniting Resolve Systems' Framework with TM Forum's Model for Operational Excellence

With the possibilities for increased productivity, reduced costs, and improved customer experiences, organizations are embracing automation across multiple areas of their operational activities. However, navigating the complexities of automation requires a structured approach. This is where frameworks such as Resolve Systems’ Automation Capability Framework and the TM Forum Automation Maturity Model come into play.

Why don't we talk about minifying CSS anymore?

Minifying your CSS helps improve your website performance. But as developers, we don’t really talk about minifying CSS anymore. Why? The TL;DR is that the delivery and optimization of CSS have both been improved with modern tech stacks, making it practically a non-issue. The efficient and performant delivery of CSS is largely solved by HTTP/2 and modern compression algorithms, whilst modern front end frameworks take care of the boring optimization jobs such as code-splitting and minification.

Bridging the IT-business comms gap comes down to this one word: Ask

A highlight of the SRE Report is the insightful analysis based on the organizational ranks of respondents. The 2023 installment exposed significant misalignment between practitioners and management in several key areas, including the benefits of AIOps, the challenge of tool sprawl, and attitudes towards blamelessness. While the 2024 SRE Report showed a rare consensus on the importance of monitoring external endpoints, it uncovered yet more ongoing differences. Let’s dive in.