AWS, Technology

Accelerate your Cloud Performance using these 6 Uncommon AWS Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been the trailblazer in the cloud computing market since 2006 with its IaaS and PaaS offerings. It currently owns a lion’s share in the public cloud computing market ahead of other competitors like IBM, Microsoft, and Google; and continues to grow its offerings with continuous innovation. In the recent...

by Anuradha Ishwaran
Tag: aws
15-Dec-2016

AWS, DevOps

Kubernetes Namespaces – One Cluster for Different Environments

In one of the project that I was working, I had to set up multiple environments in the same Kubernetes cluster. The environments are namely QA and UAT. The blog will guide the reader on how to segregate different environments in same Kubernetes cluster and have control over each environment in such a way that the other environments...

by Mayank Negi
Tag: aws
13-Dec-2016

AWS, DevOps

Key Considerations for a Successful Application Migration

Cloud migration is no longer a buzzword as organizations are well aware of the benefits of leveraging the cloud. Here are some insights from the 2016 State of IT Report, published by Salesforce Research that emphasize the importance of cloud adoption and migration. 68% of CIOs predict they will spend more on mobile applications, cloud...

by Shweta Sharma
Tag: aws
09-Dec-2016

AWS, DevOps

Why CIOs Should Adopt Containers Technology?

Container service is not new, it was built around ten years ago in Linux environment also known as Linux container (LXC). But today, docker is most popular and has become synonymous to containers. So before talking about some container technologies like Docker, Kubernetes, we have to understand what container service is, and what is...

by Mayur Rastogi
Tag: aws
30-Nov-2016

AWS, DevOps

Infographic: Common Cloud Migration Mistakes

Enterprises are adopting Cloud faster and cloud services have become one of the defining technologies in IT. Enterprises are tempted to migrate their existing infrastructure as well as build new applications for the cloud in order to maximize the benefits of Cloud Migration. The common factors promoting the migration of existing...

by Shweta Sharma
Tag: aws
17-Nov-2016

AWS, DevOps

Elasticsearch Cluster with AWS Spot Instances

One of the most challenging tasks in any microservices ecosystem is the centralized log management, and there are many open source and paid solutions available in the market. In our ecosystem, we are using ELK stack as it provides scalability and the multitenant-capable full-text search engine that easily integrates with Logstash and...

by Neeraj Gupta
Tag: aws
11-Nov-2016

AWS, DevOps

Resolving Private DNS Queries using AWS VPC Resolver

AWS offers Route53, as a part of Amazon's cloud computing platform, Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is a highly scalable web service that can be used as internal DNS hostings. With Route53 you can host multiple internal domain names within your VPC (or group of VPCs) which are visible and accessible to the internal hosts only and blocked...

by Amit Naudiyal
Tag: aws
10-Nov-2016

DevOps, Technology

Customer and Environment Segregation using Puppet

This blog showcases the Customer and Environment segregation at the puppet-architecture-level for customized target deployments of the puppet modules. For instance, if one wants to deploy a puppet module to a specific customer and its specific environment type (Dev, Prod, Test), it is achievable by making the configuration changes in the...

by Prateek Malik
Tag: aws
26-Oct-2016

DevOps, Technology

Using Vagrant to deploy AWS EC2 Instances

Vagrant is an open source tool for building and distributing virtual development environments. It provides framework to manage and create complete portable development environments. Vagrant machines are provisioned on the top of VirtualBox, VMware, AWS, or any other provider supported by vagrant.This blog illustrates how we can...

by Shruti Lamba
Tag: aws
26-Oct-2016

Agile, AWS

Setting up Spinnaker on AWS

In my previous blog, I had given an overview of Spinnaker and its capabilities. And in this blog,  we will see how spinnaker can be set up for continuous delivery. We will set up Spinnaker in an AWS environment, though Spinnaker can be set up on any platform (Google Cloud, Azure, Cloud Foundry etc.) and it can be later integrated...

by Raghu Sharma
Tag: aws
26-Oct-2016

AWS, DevOps

7 Common Cloud Migration Mistakes To Avoid

In last few years, enterprises have embraced IT modernization and migrated to Cloud. Cloud has become the de facto driver for digital transformation as it delivers many viable benefits. There can be numerous scenarios in which enterprises can benefit from cloud migration. For instance – if you need a highly scalable infrastructure...

by Shweta Sharma
Tag: aws
14-Oct-2016

AWS, DevOps

Launching an AWS EC2 instance using CloudFormation Template

AWS CloudFormation is a  service which gives us the flexibility to manage and provision our AWS resources. It gives us the option to choose sample templates or to design our custom templates to launch and provision the resources. It also gives the option of AWS CloudFormation Designer using which the templates are visualized. I have...

by Mohit Dayal Gupta
Tag: aws
30-Sep-2016