6 things you need to know about using Spinnaker for your multi-cloud deployment

24Mar,17 Post Image

In our business of building and maintaining cloud infrastructures, there is considerable interest among our clients in building and deploying apps across multiple clouds. This idea is appealing because some clients don’t want to be tied to a single cloud, or they want to take advantage of credits provided by a different cloud provider. In […]

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Terraform Multi State Management

06Mar,17 Post Image

Terraform_remote_state resource allows the state produced by one config to be consumed by another so that you can test your changes in isolation. If you’re testing something in QA, you can feel pretty confident that you are not going to affect production resources. If you are managing route53 domains using Terraform, you should have a […]

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Local development to ECS

25Feb,17 Post Image

Building fully automated local development increases the feedback loop because finding and fixing issues earlier in development lifecycle prevents issues from becoming catastrophic in production. Here at nClouds, we focus on building a local environment that’s similar to your production environment. Or else you continue to run into issues like “it works on my machine`. […]

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nClouds secures AWS DevOps Competency status

18Feb,17 Post Image

nClouds is proud to announce that we have earned the Amazon Web Services (AWS) DevOps Competency Partner status. This achievement is granted to organizations who consistently deliver fast, high-quality software using a scalable and robust continuous delivery pipeline. AWS DevOps Competency Partners must have proven technical proficiency and success in helping customers implement CI and […]

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Getting visibility into Celery: ECS, Cloudwatch, Grafana

15Jan,17 Post Image

nClouds is a Managed DevOps Solutions Provider. We help to implement effective processes and tools to reduce unplanned work and provide visibility. We manage many Celery deployments. A quick Google search on Celery and you’ll find that people have issues with Celery’s performance, especially if you are using Redis as a broker— apparently, this is […]

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ECS auto scaling: Here is what you need to know

Whenever we build ECS clusters, the topic of ECS scaling seems to be the most confusing for our customers. We wrote this blog post to explain two basic concepts you need to know about: scaling ec2 instances and scaling containers. Scaling EC2 instances As illustrated in the image above, you should configure your autoscaling to […]

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Continuous delivery using Jenkins DSL, KMS, ECS, Cloudformation and Kubernetes

08Dec,16 Post Image

We build deployment pipelines and continuous delivery for organizations that want to increase their productivity. Here are some of the challenges that our clients commonly face: Building Jenkins and installing plugins itself normally isn’t infrastructure as code We always need solution for encrypting secrets for Jenkins Some time build fails due to resource constraints With the release of ecs-refarch-cloudformation, AWS […]

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Using OpsWorks? Here’s how you can use Spot Instances to save 50% – 70% on AWS costs

18Aug,16 Post Image

Here at nClouds, we build cloud infrastructures for various companies. Spot instances is the equivalent of running chaos monkey. Instances can go away anytime. But it helps us to think in terms of automation. And of course, one of the biggest advantage is that you can save lots of money without having to deal with […]

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The Complete List of DevOps Podcasts

06Aug,16 Post Image

We are stoked to present this exciting list of DevOps podcasts to you our fantastic readers, guests, subscribers, and to everyone who loves nClouds! We track and collect DevOps podcasts so you don’t have to. You can listen to any of these podcasts whether you’re on the go or in coding action. Keep yourself in […]

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Kubernetes Deployment Using Jenkins with Auto Rollback for Continuous Delivery

15Jun,16 Post Image

Containerization and OS-level virtualization has enabled unprecedented efficiencies in deploying applications faster and predictably while optimizing hardware resource utilization on the aws management console. With the old ways of deploying applications on the host, immutable VM images were heavy, less portable and provided little flexibility that’s demanded by DevOps-driven continuous delivery process requirements. A new […]

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