Our Top Blog Posts from 2020
1. Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid When Adopting DevOps
Most organizations (especially large enterprises with legacy systems) encounter significant roadblocks when adopting DevOps. There are many reasons your DevOps projects could be in trouble, and we’ve compiled the most common mistakes in this blog post.
2. Kubernetes Operators 101
What is a Kubernetes Operator? How are they developed? What do they add to an application? How can they be published to an Operator hub? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this blog post by Alexandre Menezes from Red Hat.
3. The Biggest Myths of Multi-Cloud
Against pushback from cloud vendors who sought to monopolize the industry, most large organizations are now willfully pursuing multi-cloud approaches. Cloud native has become the standard, but the IT industry is still in a state of confusion when it comes to multi-cloud. We’ve compiled a few of the most common myths surrounding multi-cloud in this blog post.
4. 8 Ways to Cut Cloud Consumption Costs
Cloud native infrastructures are complex entities that must be managed properly to scale cost-effectively. In this blog, we identify eight ways that can help your organization optimize its cloud usage.
5. Top 7 Challenges to Becoming Cloud Native
While great in theory, the problem with cloud native computing is that it isn’t always easy or straightforward to implement – especially if you’re an enterprise with long-standing, legacy applications. In this blog post, we list seven of the most common problems we see enterprises face in their cloud native journeys.
6. Comparing Service Meshes: Istio, Linkerd, Consul Connect, and Citrix ADC
Service meshes have proven their mettle in helping solve the problem of networking that is so inherent in microservice-based applications. Istio, Linkerd, Consul Connect, and Citrix ADC each have their respective benefits that Syed Ahmed compares in this blog post.
7. Advancing the Future of CI/CD Together
With the rise of microservices and cloud native architectures, continuous delivery is increasingly becoming a necessity and open source communities are coming together to drive its adoption. However, it’s implementation can be challenging. Tracy Miranda writes how the Continuous Delivery Foundation was set up to help solve these challenges.
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