Tag: Serverless Computing
Greenfield Vs Brownfield Development: Which Strategy Is Right For You?
Migrating to the cloud is hard…very hard. For any company to move an application to the cloud successfully is a monumental achievement. Doing so while also transforming your company into a cloud-centric, cloud-native company. Well, that’s even harder. But it is not impossible. In fact, it happens every day. Even…Learn More
Function As A Service – What Is It? How To Do It?
In the past decade, the application development model has seen drastic shifts not only in adopting new tools and platforms but also in design thinking. Right from monolith to microservices and virtual machines to containers and then orchestration, we have seen applications and infrastructures to be developed, configured, and provisioned…Learn More
Microservices Deployment Options And How To Choose One?
Microservices are the most scalable way to develop software. But it makes no sense unless we choose the right way to deploy microservices. When it comes to microservices architecture, there are so many choices, and it’s hard to know which one is the best. Let’s see what are the best…Learn More
How Successive Optimize Cloud Bill For A Client
During the early days of cloud computing adoption, companies and developers were attracted to the public cloud’s flexibility and scalability of spinning up a new computing instance in less than two minutes versus – waiting several weeks to deliver a server. Companies leveraged substantial cost savings and reduced time to…Learn More
Why Optimizing Cloud Costs Become A Priority For Enterprises?
With consumption-based cost models of cloud computing services for infrastructure and operations management, you pay for what you use, but you also pay for what you provision and don’t use. Organizations have quickly realized this transition and identified the strategic gap that traditional methods of managing infrastructure spending in the…Learn More
Evolution from AWS EC2 to AWS Serverless
Amazon Web Services (AWS) ecosystem has more than 200 fully-featured services and is served to more than 190 countries with scalable, reliable, and low-cost infrastructure. EC2 stacks and serverless platforms are the two most critical services you should become familiar with. If you are using Amazon Web Services, it is…Learn More
What is AWS Lambda?
AWS Lambda is a serverless compute service. It covers all other AWS services with business logic or can be used to create other backend services that operate with scale, performance, and security. As a serverless service, Lambda can be used to automate many processes in response to many events, including…Learn More
Cloud Security and DevSecOps
How Secure Is Your Serverless Architecture: Security Risks & Best Practices
Serverless architectures take the need to manage infrastructure-related operations out of the equation and allows the organizations and their application developers to focus more on developing quality code. This model of computing brings a myriad of benefits like faster deployment, increased flexibility, scalability and accessibility. No need to worry about…Learn More
Top 5 Cloud Technologies And Tech Trends In 2022
Industry-specific tech solutions are helping organizations to enable modern processes, jump-start innovations while modifying the operations, and automating the tasks digitally. Although the past two years of digital growth have been thrilling periods for enterprises driven by COVID-19 and remote work culture everywhere. Many CEOs accelerate their digital journey ahead…Learn More
Serverless Computing: What Is It And Why It Matters To Enterprises?
Provisioning and managing the infrastructure of an application consumes the developer’s most productive hours and leaves no time for innovation. Serverless computing solves this problem. It has become a new form of architecture programmed for cloud platforms and is changing the way applications have been built, tested, deployed and consumed.…Learn More
How To Develop A Cloud-Native Application?
Cloud-native is a concept of developing and running applications to take advantage of the distributed computing offered by several cloud delivery models. Cloud-native applications are designed and built to exploit the scale, elasticity, resiliency, and flexibility the cloud provides. Applications built on cloud-native platforms bring together business and IT closer…Learn More