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4 steps to implement a CI/CD pipeline

Source:-jaxenter.com The software industry is headed in a new direction that emphasizes rapid iteration. Longer release cycles are well-tested and stable processes, but they come at a cost. Reacting to customer feedback is slow and implementing patch releases can be complex. By shortening the release cycle, small teams with limited resources can use production releases to quickly gather a lot of data. And large companies can capitalize on market responsiveness, shorten issue resolution cycles, and more quickly innovate to improve

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Software quality in a world of microservices and continuous deployment

Source:-theguardian.com How the role of quality assurance at the Guardian has adapted to support today’s fast-paced software landscape In today’s software landscape, we find ourselves for better or worse in the age of the service. Software is typically broken up into a host of cooperating pieces of infrastructure. The boundaries of where an application begins and ends are blurred and we have to contend with issues of timing, scaling, caching, data consistency and integrity. Despite this fundamental shift in how

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HOW CAN AWS SAGEMAKER AND KUBERNETES INTEGRATION HELP ML DEVELOPERS?

Source:-analyticsindiamag.com Container management tools such as Kubernetes streamlines the development of applications; therefore, since its release ten years ago, it has been orchestrating containerised applications. Various organisations have embraced Kubernetes to train, evaluate, and deploy containerised machine learning models. However, delivering a machine learning model is cumbersome as it usually gets bulky. To address these challenges, AWS has introduced SageMaker for Kubernetes users to work with containerised machine learning models effortlessly. Kubernetes’ Unique Challenges Kubernetes facilitates a lot of features

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6 Best Practices for a Smooth Transition to Microservices Architecture

Source:-business2community.com The world of software development is rapidly evolving, with innovations and approaches being adopted to make the process more efficient. Microservices architecture is one of these new approaches being integrated with the process of software development and deployment. What is microservices architecture? Microservices is a granular architectural pattern that separates portions of an application into a small self-containing services. By definition, microservices are a service-oriented architectural style that focuses on loosely coupled yet independent components of software-related by context.

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Microservices – how to redefine the possible in digital transformation

Source:-bobsguide.com Digital transformation is more akin to a journey than a destination and all banks start out from different points. Although the journey is necessary, there are many barriers to progress, including: inertia, existing structures and lack of knowledge of the required modern technologies. Find out how to progress at our upcoming event with AWS: ‘Embracing Monolith Modernisation’ The structure of many banks is an accident of history. Most have grown up along product lines. In the beginning, there was just

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Singapore startup plugs AI skills gap with pre-trained microservices

Source:-computerweekly.com Sentient.io is offering artificial intelligence microservices that developers can use to augment their applications with speech recognition and other AI capabilitiesSingapore-based startup Sentient.io hopes to democratise access to artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities with a set of pre-trained AI microservices that can be integrated into business applications via application programming interfaces (APIs). Some 50 microservices are now available through the Sentient.io AI and data cloud platform, including a media analyser microservice that analyses structure and content in multiple formats, as well as

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Splunk .conf19 Conference Focuses On Turning Data Into Doing

Source:-forbes.com Splunk and 11,000 or so of their closest friends—including more than 2,200 partners—hung out in Las Vegas last week for the .conf19 conference. Splunk executives unveiled a number of innovations and initiatives and presented a roadmap and vision for Splunk that focused on using its Data-to-Everything platform to turn data into doing. They packed a lot into .conf19. The keynote session on Tuesday morning was filled with significant announcements related to innovations within Splunk and Splunk’s investment and participation

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Top 10 Container and Kubernetes Security Questions to Ask Your Team

Source:-containerjournal.com Container and Kubernetes security can be difficult. It can be daunting to try and monitor and protect a container ecosystem of hundreds or thousands of containers spread across a dynamic hybrid or multi-cloud environment. Ultimately, though getting the desired cybersecurity outcome is often a function of making sure you ask the right questions in the first place. With the right questions, you can determine where your containers or Kubernetes are exposed to risk and what your options are to

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Implementing enterprise microservices – it’s all about re-design, not re-modeling

Source:-diginomica.com Containers have captured the imagination of both infrastructure providers and developers: the former because they see containers as a more efficient technology for meting out virtual compute resources, the latter because containers provide the path to building disaggregated, distributed next-generation applications. Decomposing traditional monolithic application designs into their fundamental components promotes code reuse, offers easier, more granular scalability and supports rapid development cycles by decoupling coding, testing and debugging into smaller chunks with fewer dependencies. Netflix former head of

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Extending CI/CD: Kubernetes Continuous Deployment for Microservices

Source:- jaxenter.com In a cloud native world enamored with microservices and serverless, meet Quarkus – Java’s brilliant response to technologies like Node.js, Python and Go that had proven quicker, smaller and arguably more nimble. Donload your free beginner’s tutorial written by JAX London speaker Alex Soto.In part one of this tutorial, we learned about the basics of Docker and Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD). We used CI/CD to build and test a Java Spring microservice application, and the end result was a ready-to-deploy

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