All posts by Jayeesha Das

Top 10 AWS Cloud Migration mistakes enterprises must watch out for

More businesses are switching to database-as-a-service platforms for faster and more scalable deployments at a lower cost, making AWS cloud migration more compelling. Statistics suggest that the public cloud marketing enterprise will make 14% of…

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Making Infrastructure as Code a Better framework with Containers

With the evolution of IT industry, we witness trade-off between the two desirable models- monolithic and microservices. On the contrary, we also see that there is an evident transition taking place from monolithic model to…

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AWS Server Migration Service demystified

Migrating to the cloud involves several steps and can be a challenge for any enterprise unless you’ve a trustworthy orchestrator to automate, schedule, reduce data migration cutover time and to minimize the bandwidth consumption for…

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Making Microservices architecture the next big thing with DevOps

Microservices is considered the next cool thing to bring in agility and speed to the software driven businesses. The software architecture has evolved from a single file of packed applications- Monolithic architecture to the highly…

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Application Migration Service: Disaster & Recovery

Like the name suggests, application migration is the process of moving an application from one environment to another. It can be used to move an application from on-premise to the cloud or from one cloud…

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How DevOps as a function drives business growth

Almost all the IT organizations use DevOps as a service for their delivery where dev and ops teams together work to build, test and deploy applications at rapid speed. A successful DevOps practice relies on…

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Challenges of CI/CD pipeline and its impact on business

When we talk about CI/CD, the first thing that strikes us would be the system and devops tools like Jenkins, Ansible, Bamboo, etc and how we can integrate them for a  successful CI/CD Implementation.  Though…

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