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1
Jun

AWS Auto Scaling: Getting it Right

AWS Auto Scaling lets you automatically scale AWS resources up and down. AWS Auto Scaling comes with a single user console interface, which enables you to configure auto scaling across multiple AWS resources and services, for entire applications or individual resources.
10
May

Next Level Automation

DevOps for Machine Learning, or MLOps, is new on the scene. The differences between MLOps and mainstream DevOps practices are not yet widely understood. We can understand MLOps practices better by looking at the needs that drive them. Let’s consider what we see in advanced MLOps projects and what needs drive that complexity.
31
Mar

Cloud-native applications and data with Kubernetes and Apache Cassandra — Part 3

Part 3: Data on Kubernetes Served with Love
What can we accomplish as a community when we work together? If the Apache Cassandra community is any proof, quite a bit. We’ve built a pretty amazing database over the past 10+ years. We’ve also helped each other when learning how to run large scale distributed systems and we’ve been busy lately! I want to tell you about something to make your cloud-native data easy. A complete solution for Cassandra and Kubernetes that we are calling K8ssandra [1]. A collection of everything needed to run Cassandra wrapped up neatly in a Helm [2] chart.
18
Jan

XDR: The Next Generation of Endpoint Security

The history of endpoint security has gone through many stages. Yet, in 2021, our tools and processes are no longer necessarily appropriate to the threats. A new generation is needed to address current threats. One possible solution is XDR - Extended Detection and Response.
9
Sep

Database as a service roundup: AWS vs Azure vs Google Cloud

Today’s data landscape is overflowing with complex and sophisticated architectures, which can help you dynamically customize your digital ecosystem according to your project requirements and needs. Unfortunately, managing complex cloud architectures can be a difficult task, especially if you are trained to use one cloud vendor and not any of the others. Database as a Service (DBaaS) offerings can help you fill this gap. DBaaS models provide cloud users with managed database offerings. This article reviews DBaaS models offered by the top three cloud vendors—AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud.
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