Learn how to build resilient and scalable, cloud-native, enterprise Java applications using the Quarkus framework.
Welcome to edge computing. This article covers the introduction to the edge. Read on to find out what edge computing is (and isn’t), how it’s different from the cloud, and where and how it’s used.
This book, written by the leader of the Red Hat team that created Podman, teaches readers how to use Podman: a next-generation container engine that is easier to use and provides superior security over Docker and other container engines.
This excerpt covers cybersecurity as an infinite game, the shared responsibility model, Azure security services, the threat landscape, cloud security challenges, the Zero Trust security model, and the defense in depth concept.
This book jumps right into building microservices, giving you just enough knowledge to build, while not getting mired in theory.
From Learn PowerShell in a Month of Lunches, 4th Edition by Travis Plunk, James Petty, Tyler Leonhardt, Don Jones, Jeffery Hicks
An interview with the author of Amazon Web Services in Action, Third Edition Brothers Michael and Andreas Wittig were practicing DevOps before DevOps was a thing. Here Andreas talks about keeping up with AWS changes, creating a freelance career, and… Continue Reading →
An excerpt from Infrastructure as Code, Patterns and Practices
By Rosemary Wang
This article discusses how to apply dependency injection to infrastructure to isolate and minimize resource dependencies.
Read it if you’re a sysadmin or software engineer familiar with Python, the basics of provisioning tools like Terraform, and public cloud providers such as Google Cloud Platform that wants to get a better grasp on DI for infrastructure.
From Continuous Delivery with Kubernetes by Mauricio Salatino
This article discusses using Crossplane to provision real infrastructure in a declarative way.