x86 or ARM64: Making Sense of the Architectural Variations

Introduction As we go forward with the current generation’s approach to selecting a PC or laptop according to their needs, there is a rising debate about the option. A regular Windows operating system machine or the latest Apple Macbook with updated M-series chips? The answer lies in understanding the difference between the architecture on which […]

November 9, 2023

Big Data, Data & Analytics, DevOps

Enhancing Workflows with Apache Airflow and Docker

In today’s world, handling complex tasks and automating them is crucial. Apache Airflow is a powerful tool that helps with this. It’s like a conductor for tasks, making everything work smoothly. When we use Airflow with Docker, it becomes even better because it’s flexible and can be easily moved around. In this blog, we’ll explain […]

October 17, 2023

Cloud, DevOps

Dos and Don’ts to keep in mind while migrating to Graviton

About AWS Graviton AWS Graviton is the ARM-based processor designed by AWS to provide high performance at a lower cost compared to the Intel x64-based processor. As you have experienced with software like WhatsApp, we have often received upgrade notifications that bring various improvements such as enhanced performance, new features, and bug fixes from the […]

October 9, 2023

AWS, DevOps

8 things you must be doing wrong during migration to Graviton

In today’s fast-paced technological landscape, staying ahead of the curve is essential. The migration to Amazon Web Services Graviton instances, powered by ARM-based processors, is a prime example of how organizations can harness the latest advancements in cloud computing. Graviton migration offers the promise of increased cost savings, improved performance, and enhanced efficiency. However, a […]

October 3, 2023

AWS, DevOps

Velero: EKS backup and restore || Cluster Migration

Overview Velero (formerly Heptio Ark) gives you tools to back up and restore your Kubernetes cluster resources and persistent volumes. You can run Velero with a cloud provider or on-premises. Velero lets you: Take backups of your cluster and restore them in case of loss. Migrate cluster resources to other clusters. Replicate your production cluster […]

September 30, 2023


AWS Graviton & Traditional x86 Instances: Performance Analysis

AWS Graviton is a 64-bit ARM-based CPU designed by AWS for their cloud instances/resources and launched first at Re-invent 2018. Graviton CPUs are not available outside of the world as it is used within the AWS Data centers only. Traditionally, we used x86 AMD-based CPU for our workloads, which is designed and developed by Intel […]

September 29, 2023


GoldiLocks: An Unlocker for K8s Resources Recommendations

In the past decade, we have seen industries evolve their businesses by migrating their applications from monolithic to microservices using various container orchestrations such as K8s, ECS, Docker etc. In this process, a lot of effort has been put into designing architecture that should be scalable, robust, reliable, and so on. As application and business […]

September 28, 2023

Data & Analytics, DevOps

Enabling Client-Side Encryption for MongoDB

In today’s data-driven world, the security of your data is paramount. MongoDB, a popular NoSQL database, offers robust security features to protect your sensitive information. One of the most powerful security mechanisms MongoDB provides is client-side encryption. This approach allows you to encrypt data on the client side, ensuring that even if unauthorized users gain […]

September 27, 2023


Securing Code with GitLab Dependency Scanning

Introduction GitLab is a web-based platform that provides tools for version control and source code management. It allows software developers to coordinate projects, track code changes, and manage the entire development lifecycle. GitLab offers features such as code repositories, issue tracking, continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines, code reviews, wikis, and more. It is […]

September 24, 2023