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Canary Deployments

First of all, let’s try to understand what a deployment is. A deployment is a technique to upgrade or modify an application or service. The aim is to update the application from the user’s perspective without downtime. But this is said in theory because whenever we are deploying to production, things can go wrong. So…

TLS successor of SSL – An introduction.

Transport Layer Security or, in short, called TLS. It is the successor of SSL. In our previous post, we have explained in simple language; what are SSL certificates and how it helps secure communication over the internet. But now, let’s shift our focus to a more advanced version, i.e., TLS certificates.TLS is simply a protocol…

Demystifying SSL Certificates

These days we all know security is of paramount importance. With increasing online data exchange, we should feel secure while logging into a bank’s website or buying products from e-commerce websites, etc., and not fall victim to cybercrime by compromising our passwords and Credit card information. To ensure all the information is exchanged over the…

Are Cloud certifications worth?

I am certified on multiple cloud technologies and platforms, including AWS, Azure, etc. I started my certification journey three years back, and since then, I am learning and exploring new tools and technologies. The sad part is to get recertified because most of the technical certifications are valid for 2-3 years. So, if you want…

GitOps – Developer centric practice

Finally, we have something for developers, DevOps practices are widely accepted, and it helps to bridge the gap between Developers and Operations team. But GitOps entire focus is on developers and developers only. It can be considered as a combination of Git and DevOps practices. It’s like all the code for the deployment of an…

What is an API? A brief introduction

API stands for Application Programming Interface. It acts as a simple interface that allows two applications to talk to each other, where communication is initiated by one application/end. Let’s understand this using a simple analogy, and I am sure you are aware of Skyscanner or Trivago’s website, which lets you find and compare all the…

No-Ops – Next Evolution or Fuss?

Will the so-called “DevOps” be replaced with another buzz word, NoOps? So, what exactly is NoOps, and will this be the next evolution or just an exaggerated practice. Let’s find out. What is NoOps NoOps means No Operations, i.e., remove all operations tasks and reduce the resistance between Development (Dev) and Infrastructure (Ops) teams. The primary goal…

Beginner’s Guide to Hybrid Cloud Computing

Cloud computing has evolved in past years and with rising customer needs the organizations are exploring multiple options to meet the demands and this has given rise to one of the most used Cloud Computing Technology i.e. Hybrid Cloud. It’s a type of computing environment that combines Public and Private clouds to reap the benefits…

Beginner’s guide to Cloud Computing.

Everyone is talking about Cloud these days, from our colleagues to our friends working in the IT or non-IT field. I will try to help you understand what cloud computing is and why it is changing the business perspective. What is Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing is on-demand delivery or availability of computing resources like network,…

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