In times of DevOps, high automation and decoupled microservices, we need well-maintained interfaces that not only work today, but also in a scalable world with a flexible roadmap. Whenever a new service is created, an API is also provided.
Im letzten Post hatte ich einen Link zu unserem gratis Arvato DevOps Poster eingefügt, hier ist der Link nochmal: https://it.arvato.com/content/dam/arvato/documents/reports/Arvato_Systems_Poster-A1_DevOps_2017.pdf Das Poster stellt das Cross-Functional-Team als zentralen Punkt des Continuous Delivery dar. Dazu kommen die Lean Startup Prinzipien, gepaart mit… Weiterlesen →
What is a desirable time-to-market for a product? Of course, there can be no blanket answer here. But in the morning at the coffee machine to have an idea and in the afternoon, the first customers use the feature – that would be innovative!
Sometimes I get some strange errors at creating a managed Kubernetes Cluster in Azure (AKS). There errors are in most cases ServicePrincipleNotFound: The problem was the node size! You can select the node size in the portal during the creation… Weiterlesen →
An App Service Plan is the mapping from compute ressources to one or multiple App Services. But there are significant differences in the types of App Service Plans. The graphic shows the differences. Free-/Shared-Plan With a free or shared plan,… Weiterlesen →
Cloud native software development without the container platform Docker? – unthinkable! In addition to the established Linux containers, the Windows containers also try to find their way. We dare to compare and check whether Windows containers are already among the „first-class citizens“.