Imagine that you’re a software development company that started to work with British and North American companies a long time ago, preferring AWS as their cloud provider. So, you have already picked up a significant amount of knowledge and experience about AWS. Then, some of your clients’ recent developments required some Azure and Microsoft API-related knowledge as well to achieve their goals. Let’s review our two recent case studies where having a partner experienced in Azure turned out to be beneficial and efficient for our client.
Manapság a vállalati rendszerek felhőbe költöztetése mellett számos érv szól – ezek a teljesség igénye nélkül a költségoptimalizálás, megbízhatóság, üzemeltetés idejének redukálása vagy akár eliminálása, biztonság, skálázhatóság és a rendelkezésre állás. Bár a felhőszolgáltatások előnyeiről regényeket lehetne írni, ebben a cikkben az utóbbi hármat vizsgáljuk meg egy kicsit közelebbről.
Serverless was at its 2nd major version when we were building the project and their slogan was that you can easily deploy your application with the framework to most cloud platforms – including AWS, Azure and GCP.
On one of our recent projects, we needed to implement an application with CRUD operations and some relateively simple integration by pushing content to two different systems, and monitor if they have been processed or not. We opted the Amazon Lambda route with Amazon DocumentDb, and the goal of this blog post is to summarize the developer experience that we faced during development of the project and comparing them to Azure Functions. As .NET developers, we faced that the developer experience is significantly better using the matching Azure technologies, and running an Amazon Lambda function locally might also have a steep learning curve for some people who are not familiar with Docker and containerization.
Last year Sitecore (the company) acquired several API-first, cloud-based products. With these acquisitions, Sitecore has been reacting to the trend of Headless CMS (Content Management System) and Content as a Service (CAAS). In this blog post, I will lead you through the new and old Sitecore products and then try to speculate the Sitecore product roadmap and how it affects the customer and partner base of Sitecore.
In this article, I will show you a solution for zero-downtime deployment in Azure Kubernetes Service. To add a context for it, first, we are going through some Deployment strategies. Then, I will choose the one that fits our needs. Some of them are supported by Kubernetes natively, some are not (yet). Next, I will outline a System overview by showing you the necessary Kubernetes objects in our AKS. The following part of my article presents our Azure DevOps deployment pipeline to you and briefly goes through the scripts and other settings that do the main thing: zero-downtime deployment. Finally, I am going to Wrap up the things