How to create a highly scalable Kubernetes infrastructure with Amazon EKS managed node groups

22Jun,22 Post Image

Technological advances and astronomical growth in user access to the cloud demand the most innovative, reliable, scalable, available, and cost-optimized compute architectures and infrastructures that DevOps teams can build. Containerization offers a superior architecture to meet these specifications for many use cases. The most popular containerization platform is Kubernetes. Kubernetes automates the deployment, scaling, and […]

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Why run Microsoft workloads on AWS?

26May,22 Post Image

The answer to the titled question is simple: Because Windows has an excellent operating system, and AWS provides extra benefits and cost savings. Customers have been running Microsoft workloads on AWS for more than 12 years, longer than any cloud provider. One of AWS’s benefits includes hosting a Windows platform with the ability to launch […]

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Amazon EKS Blueprints accelerates application modernization with modern cloud operations (CloudOps)

20Apr,22 Post Image

According to respondents to CNCF’s Annual Survey 2021, 96% of organizations are either using or evaluating Kubernetes – a record high since their surveys began in 2016. The survey also indicated that Amazon EKS is the container orchestrator of choice on AWS, used by 50.6% of respondents (while only 30.8% of respondents are DIY Kubernetes […]

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How to run AWS Lambda container images using the Serverless Framework

20Oct,21 Post Image

AWS Lambda (Lambda), a fully managed serverless computing service provided by AWS, runs functions packaged as container images to build serverless applications. It takes care of infrastructure build and maintenance. Each Lambda function runs in its isolated environment, with its resources and file-system view. It uses the same techniques as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon […]

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What is GitOps? Beyond the buzzword.

31Jul,20 Post Image

GitOps or DevOps? You’re likely more familiar with the concepts of DevOps than the more recently coined term GitOps. Among the goals of DevOps are to reduce friction within development, testing, and operation departments, and to improve the iteration efficiency of application deployments and versions to reduce human errors. With advancements in cloud computing and […]

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Drive Continuous Delivery (CD) on Kubernetes with GitOps

24Apr,20 Post Image

Learn how to use Argo CD, a GitOps continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes. At nClouds, we care about GitOps because we strive to use the latest and greatest technologies where they help our clients deliver innovation faster. It’s one of our core values at nClouds: Innovation culture that delivers client value. And, we’re using Argo […]

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Increase your productivity with this handy Kubernetes cheat sheet

10Mar,20 Post Image

We all get it — There are a lot of commands when using Kubernetes, and sometimes things skip your mind. For those pesky days when you just can’t remember how to do a simple thing that you swear you have done a million times, here is nClouds’ handy Kubernetes cheat sheet. Most of these commands […]

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How to deploy a Kubernetes cluster on AWS with Terraform & kops

14Aug,19 Post Image

Sometimes I wonder which technology has more buzz: Kubernetes or AI? Honestly, being a DevOps engineer at a DevOps consulting company, I would say the answer is Kubernetes. 🙂 But, just like any popular technology, there is some confusion because there are many options for deployment: You could use a native solution from your cloud […]

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What’s the Best AWS Container Management Service for You — Amazon ECS, AWS Fargate, or Amazon EKS?

08Mar,19 Post Image

Are you grappling with deciding which container management service to use in the AWS cloud? Do you need to build microservices and complex architectures? Do you need to manage containers, or do you want to run containers without managing servers? If so, this blog is for you. At nClouds, we are on a mission to […]

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Improve Scalability and Efficiency with Amazon ECS Task Placement Strategies

20Feb,19 Post Image

Would you like to run and orchestrate Docker containers automatically on AWS? Do your applications need to scale up or down continuously, based on different metrics? Do you have microservices applications running on Docker containers? Would you like to free up compute resources after jobs or applications finish processing? If so, this blog is for […]

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