No one could have predicted how the events of early 2020 would accelerate the pace of digital transformation, but the role of DevOps in delivering on its promise is now the safest bet business leaders can make.
Transforming an enterprise legacy system to a modernized one is an extremely complex undertaking. It’s a big change that usually takes multiple years to complete.
What’s the Difference? Your years of hard work has finally started paying off well and your company is incessantly booking profit margins and getting well-acclaimed clients from far and wide. But as it has been rightly said, ‘With great power comes even greater responsibility’, you
Going back to the last decade when cloud computing took its flight, organizations were curious about its growing demand. Prior to that, companies relied upon in-house IT infrastructure that meant hosting custom servers for development and deployment of applications inside the company’s premises. This clearly
By modernizing legacy applications, technology leaders aim to improve business efficiency and agility. Organizations across every industry are dealing with the impact of disruptive technologies and existing legacy technologies are not capable of providing the speed necessary. This has been top of mind for many
There are many architectures which can be followed to develop the required software system. Picking up the right one is the key. Microservices are one of the software development techniques used to develop complex software systems. Of course, the word “complex” can be subjective. Here
The ultimate goal of your application modernization journey is to improve your business practices. By migrating your legacy applications to more modern infrastructure, not only are you preparing to battle the present day disruptive technologies, but those that will affect your business in the future.
IT departments are under more pressure than ever before. Emerging technologies are forcing organizations across all industries to battle with disruption at a faster pace or get left behind. Under these conditions, legacy systems and applications can bog down engineers and prevent the growth of
The world has shifted towards fast-paced mobile applications, it became necessary for the IT industry to adopt a similar stance in the services and products they develop. An example of such a paradigm shift is the rise of cloud-based technologies and services. Cloud technologies have
Containers are a crucial entity in a cloud-based architecture. They promote portability, scalability, and are easy to deploy. Google alone deploys 2 billion containers in a week for its global services like Gmail and YouTube. Many small and big enterprises are seen deploying containers in
Introduction In this article, we will cover the concept of DevOps and practices of development and deployment in it. As a simple explanation, DevOps is the philosophy of development and operations working together to make testing and deployment automated, repeatable and faster. The need for
The world today has gone beyond working on software development based on commonly available physical software stored in computers or servers. The way cloud computing has changed business applications has made things way easier for enterprises. Cloud computing has a lot to offer in the
We talked about cloud-readiness assessments and the benefits of modernizing legacy systems, but what are the essential tools and methods for modernizing legacy applications? 4 Ways to Implement a Legacy Application Modernization 1. Re-Hosting One of the most popular methods we see is re-hosting (aka
It is no secret that companies across all industries are turning towards the cloud to run their IT workloads. 83% of enterprise workloads are predicted to be in the cloud by 2020. Disrupting technologies are forcing technology leaders to engage in new strategies in order to survive.
Kubernetes is quickly becoming the container orchestration platform of choice for organizations deploying applications into the cloud. Ramp up your development and operations team members with this “hands on”, deeply technical bootcamp.
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This post will focus on the frequently overlooked fact that monitoring (like every other system), requires a good understanding of users and goals.
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It is my current theory that admitting weakness is a sign of great strength. In our industry, we’ve seen this a number of times.