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What is Red Hat Openshift and why do you need it?


Red Hat OpenShift is a container application platform providing developers with powerful tools for building and deploying applications. It is based on Kubernetes, the popular container orchestration platform, and is designed to simplify deploying and managing container applications. This blog will closely examine what Red Hat OpenShift is and why you need it.

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Scaling your IT infrastructure monitoring solution with company growth


As your company grows, so does your IT infrastructure. This means you need to closely monitor your systems and applications to ensure they're performing optimally. IT infrastructure monitoring solutions can help you do this, but they too must grow and scale with your organization. This blog will discuss how you can scale your IT infrastructure monitoring solution with company growth.

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Principles for Adopting Microservices Successfully

Introduction to the microservices architecture

Microservices architecture is an approach to software development that involves breaking down a large, monolithic application into a collection of small, independent services that can be developed, deployed, and scaled independently. Each microservice is designed to perform a specific business function and communicates with other services through lightweight, standardized protocols such as REST or messaging. This allows teams to work on individual services in parallel, making development faster and more agile. Additionally, the ability to scale individual services independently allows for greater flexibility and resilience in the face of changing demands.

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Types of Cloud Computing services

There are three main types of cloud computing services:

  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Software as a Service (SaaS)

In this blog, we will discuss each type of cloud computing service in detail.

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Why Monitoring Your Network Monitor is the Fail-Safe You Didn’t Know You Need?

The role of a network monitor in ensuring network uptime and availability

A network monitor is a tool that is used to continuously monitor the performance and availability of a network. It helps ensure that the network is functioning properly and is available to users when needed.

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Does your organization prioritize microservices architecture requirements?

What are some microservices architecture requirements that your company may need to consider?

There are several requirements that a company may need to consider when designing a microservices architecture:

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Network Monitoring Tools That Work 24x7

Why is 24x7 network monitoring important?

24/7 network monitoring is important for several reasons:

  • Uptime: A network that is down or not functioning properly can result in lost productivity and revenue. 24/7 monitoring allows issues to be identified and addressed quickly, minimizing downtime.
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Decompose your monolith - 10 principles for refactoring a monolith to microservices

In recent years, microservices have become a popular architectural style for building and deploying large, complex applications. Unlike monolithic architecture, where all components of an application are bundled together and deployed as a single unit, microservices allow for individual components to be developed, tested, and deployed independently. This can provide many benefits, including increased scalability, better resilience, and improved maintainability.

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5 best practices for cloud cost optimization

As businesses continue to migrate to the cloud, it is important to ensure that you are maximizing the value of your investment while also minimizing costs. we will be sharing 5 proven best practices that can help you optimize your cloud costs and get the most out of your cloud journey. From identifying and eliminating unnecessary resources to implementing cost-effective governance strategies, these best practices will help you streamline your cloud spending and ensure that you are getting the most value for your money. Whether you are just getting started with the cloud or are looking to optimize your existing cloud infrastructure, these best practices will help you achieve your cost optimization goals.

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Microservices - an architecture that enables DevOps

What are microservices and how do they differ from monolithic architecture?

Microservices are a software architectural style in which a large application is built as a suite of small, independently deployable services. Each microservice is designed to perform a specific task or set of tasks and communicates with other services through well-defined interfaces, typically using APIs.

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