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Microservices: not just a buzzword

By Vitor Calil Silva on 24-03-2020 17:05

For you to quickly get an idea of where we’re heading, here is the TL;DR version about microservices, some of its main benefits and why it’s a big thing:

  • Quickly scale and deliver new features and upgrades to market
  • Rapidly iterate to find your next business model
  • Improve and empower developer engagement

With this in mind, let’s take a step back and discuss a bit about monolithic apps, the counterpart to microservices.

Monolithic or packaged apps: why they’re getting old

The traditional way of building enterprise applications, using a monolithic approach, is becoming problematic as applications get larger and more complex or when your business needs to make adaptations to its product/service in order to respond to demand.

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Kubernetes: WTF (working the functionalities)

By Vitor Calil Silva on 11-10-2019 16:11

If you are curious about knowing the functionalities and benefits of using Kubernetes you got to the right article. So, come onboard and let’s dig in!

You can also check the audio version:

Modern applications are increasingly built using containers  such as microservices packaged with their dependencies and configurations. Kubernetes or k8s for short, is open-source software for deploying and managing those containers. With Kubernetes, you can build, deliver and scale containerized apps faster.

As Opensource.com notes, "Today, Kubernetes is a true open source community, with engineers works from Google, Red Hat, and many other companies actively contributing to the project."

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OpenShift by Red Hat

By Celso Santos on 21-01-2019 17:57

OpenShift by Red Hat it’s an easy to use and affordable application, due to their lower costs in the market, for you to build, deploy and manage your apps in containers. Besides that, this technology goes with a lot of programming languages, like Ruby, Javascript, Java, PHP and Phyton, creating a great environment for your team. And also helps your company run apps efficiently and scale services.

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Where is the money in Open Source?

By Hugo Oliveira on 17-09-2018 17:55

Open source to most people might means free. A user sees a bug, they consult the community, a fix is offered, an update is made and the user keeps on using the software they downloaded for free in the first place. Yet Adobe brings in €6 billion a year and Canonical makes $100 million a year. Companies like Oracle have a firm commitment to open source projects and still have revenues exceeding $37 billion per year. So, if there is big money in open source software, where does it come from?

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