Archives

Why Run Windows Containers on Amazon EKS?

16Aug,22 Post Image

The short answer is that synthesizing those two worlds offers comprehensive system logging, more precise system observability, better code pipelines, and enhanced security. In other words, AWS users run Windows and Linux containers side by side in the same Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) environment to meld the attributes of both systems, providing a consistent […]

View Post

Chaos engineering in Kubernetes using Chaos Mesh

11Aug,22 Post Image

Site reliability engineering (SRE) teams often use chaos engineering to proactively prove and improve resilience during fault conditions. At nClouds, we use chaos engineering to experiment with our infrastructure. We check for weak points in our systems and applications by intentionally injecting failure events within controlled environments. In this way, we evaluate how our systems […]

View Post

Search Blog

Categories

Recent Posts

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Join our community of DevOps enthusiast - Get free tips, advice, and insights from our industry leading team of AWS experts.