Kubernetes 101: Component Architecture
Throughout this series, Sr. Cloud Systems Developer, Craig Bowers, will demystify Kubernetes, commonly referred to as k8s, for you. In this blog, Craig will break down the k8s components.
Deploying Scheduled Cloud Functions with Terraform
Whether you’re managing key rotation, creating monitoring alerts, or policing expiration policies on your resources you will probably look to scheduled serverless functions for a cheap and scalable solution. While investigating the feasibility of using Google Cloud Functions to manage project resources in Google Cloud Platform it became apparent that this kind of functionality was […]
Java has Gone Cloud Native with Jemo
Chris Stura reflects on the progress that cloud-native run time, Eclipse Jemo has made over the past year. It seems like an eternity has passed since the 1st April when we presented Eclipse Jemo 1.0 at the Open Infrastructure Days here in London. At a conference which is dominated by presentations around Kubernetes and containerisation, […]
A Face In The Cloud – Tammy White, Cloud Enablement Leader
In this Face In The Cloud, we speak to Cloud Enablement Leader, Tammy White about her number one goal, her advice for career progression and her thoughts on what makes a good leader.
What’s In A Name? – DevOps Edition
Cloud Systems Developer, Jon Goodall, translates some essential DevOps tools for those who don't know their 'Docker' from their 'Octopus'.
The Philosophy Of A Great Onboarding Process
Cloud Enablement Accelerator, David Kheyman, explores the ‘New Hire Problem’ and outlines the ways in which a company can create an inclusive, and mutually beneficial onboarding process.
The Complicated World Of Cloud Cost Management
In this post, Asad Malik considers the complicated economics of public cloud and suggests how companies can address cloud waste with effective cost management practices.
Why Microsoft Is Ending Support For SQL Server & Windows Server 2008
In less than 12 months, Microsoft will be ending support for SQL Server 2008 (July 9th, 2019) and Windows Server 2008 (January 14th, 2020). Here’s why that’s happening, and what to do about it. It may not seem that long ago, but from a business-technology standpoint, 2008 was a different world. 64-bit computing was a […]
AWS Certified Machine Learning – Speciality Exam: Resources And Tips
Nav Chopra, Cloud Data Architect at Cloudreach, shares his experience of taking the new AWS Certified Machine Learning - Speciality exam.