Our Top 8 Blog Posts from 2019

18-12-2019 / CloudOps

As 2019 comes to a close, here are our top 8 blog posts from the year. We hope they’ll give you a glimpse into the state of the information technology industry and its future. 

Comparing Service Meshes: Istio, Linkerd, and Consul Connect

Service meshes have become the solution to the networking problems that containers and microservices present. Our top-performing blog post of 2019 compares Istio, Linkerd, and Consul Connect as service meshes. Read here.

A Brief Guide to Securing Containers at Scale

Containers have developed so quickly that their security has not always kept up, and traditional practices for securing VMs don’t always apply. But you can secure your pipeline at scale with containers so long as you change the way you approach security. Read how in this blog post.

What We Promise Our Customers

Our mission statement is to help our customers own their destinies in the cloud. We help our customers make their applications cloud native and empower them with DevOps, so they can make informed technology choices that reduce the risk of their investments and give them optionality and leverage over their suppliers. Read about the four key promises we give our customers along the way in this blog post.

Why You Need a DevOps Transformation to Survive

DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increase an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity. More of an approach than a specific role, it requires the re-evaluation of an organization’s processes, roles, and responsibilities. Read this blog post to learn how DevOps will give you a destiny in the cloud.

Life at CloudOps

Our culture is a shared repository of technical knowledge with which we navigate the increasingly complex cloud native landscape. We sat down with a few of our team members to ask them why they love coming into work every day. Read this blog post to find out what they said about Life at CloudOps.

Telcos, It’s Time to Deliver Hybrid Cloud

For several years, CloudOps’ CloudMC product has been enabling service providers to deliver and monetize their portfolio of hybrid cloud and network services. There are a few trends that show why it’s time for CloudMC to come out of stealth mode and get into the hands of service providers. Read more in this blog post.

The Future of Cloud Native Telcos

Ian Rae, our CEO, and Maddison Long, our VP of Product, discussed the future of the telecommunication industry. They focused on the impact of open source adoption, increased competition between cloud providers, and the ability of cloud native telcos to provide differentiated cloud and networking services in their target markets. Listen to the podcast or read the transcript here.

Cloud Native Gaming: What Google Stadia has to Offer

Google announced Stadia at the 2019 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, a completely cloud native service that allows you to play games on demand. Other companies have since released similar offerings, but this blog post talks about the implications of cross-platform games.

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