DevOps and Cloud Blogs
What are User Stories? A user story is a form of software system requirement that has become quite popular in Agile Methodologies such as Scrum. Unlike more traditional methods the emphasis in these methodologies is simplicity and changeability. Therefore, user...
Basic CI-CD (DevOps automation) implemented? Check. What’s next? Communicating the value delivered to all stakeholders is the key to jumpstarting your continuous improvement journey. Over the past 10 years, DevOps has gone from an often-misunderstood buzzword to being...
As business organizations transform towards digital enterprise, Software delivery with Agile methodology is widely being adopted. Agile is a mindset change based on the principles outlined in the Agile Manifesto. Agile adoption also means changes to the organization...
SolarWinds Orion Attack and how DevSecOps with Kaiburr can help avoid such attacks for your software?
The SolarWinds Orion Attack was so impactful that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had to issue an emergency directive. The SolarWinds Orion platform is used by 400+ of the Fortune 500 and many U.S. government agencies. The attackers managed to inject...
We live in a world where time to market and delivery timelines are only getting shorter for technology transformation initiatives. Enterprise or ISV, the expectations are the same. Add to it the following additional needs - Higher Software...
Some of the key challenges with successful microservices implementations are monitoring, devops culture, fault-tolerance, integration testing, cyclic dependencies. Being prepared to handle these challenges effectively goes a long way in expediting and delivery high quality business applications.
Choosing a cloud provider is not a trivial task. Some of the questions that pop up are – what are the cloud security challenges?, Which cloud provider is cheapest?, Which cloud provider is reliable?. This blog touches the key considerations and how you could go about making your decisions.
Kaiburr is now an Advanced Tier Technology Partner of AWS. Kaiburr has the following SaaS services available on AWS (and other cloud providers) - Cloud Migration as a Service (Check this out) DevOps as a Service Cloud Operations as a Service Application Orchestration...
We are at a point in the software industry evolution where we have a million tools that are both open source and proprietary for various IT functions. There are plenty of tools be it for application development or operations. We have gone from the need for software tools to perform certain functions and sub-functions to the need to standardize, integrate and operate the large hoard of tools in cohesion.
Most organizations have begun their cloud journey or in the process of coming up with their cloud strategy and roadmap. While realizing the value of cloud and getting the buy-in from various levels of the organization is a challenge, it only gets more difficult when it comes to implementing the cloud strategy. Compare it to the process of buying a house after deciding to do so.
Are you facing delays in releasing new product features?
Is your project team spending too much time identifying and resolving bugs?
Have you ever had your tests pass on your machine, but fail on someone else’s?
Do your software projects run over budget?
BetrSpot is a company that is all set to disrupt the consumer market like Uber and Airbnb did. BetrSpot’s platform helps you crowdsource and incentivize turnover of physical first-come, first-served spaces like seats, tables and barstools in overly crowded environments like bars, cafes and breweries.
BetrSpot is a new customer of Kaiburr.
Organizations big and small are increasingly realizing the value of cloud, more specifically the public clouds led by AWS, Azure and Google Cloud (GCP). The depth of services from these providers with continued focus on improved maturity of existing services alongside a steady addition of new services every quarter is breathtaking to say the least. It is not a question of ‘If?’ or ‘Why?’ anymore, it is more about ‘When?’. The sooner you get there the better, so the tangibles and the intangibles can kick in.
Software product landscape is at its most competitive thanks to platforms and frameworks and more importantly cloud services, enabling rapid go to market opportunities. Product owners no longer have a 2-3 year horizon, but are up against a 3-6 month time to deliver these days. While the time to market for delivering MVP and first set of releases is compressed, the non-functional requirements have only gotten harder and more stringent.