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What is “Cloud Native”?

    Cloud native refers to a modern approach to designing, building, and deploying applications that leverages the capabilities of cloud computing and takes full advantage of the cloud environment. It is an architectural paradigm that emphasizes scalability, agility, resilience, and automation. Here are some key characteristics… Read More »What is “Cloud Native”?


    Understanding GraphQL

      GraphQL has emerged as a powerful and flexible API query language for modern applications. Developed by Facebook, GraphQL provides a more efficient and flexible way to request and manipulate data compared to traditional REST APIs. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what… Read More »Understanding GraphQL


      Load Balance or Cluster?

        The decision to load balance or cluster depends on several factors, including the requirements of the application, the expected workload, and the available resources. Here are some factors to consider when deciding between load balancing and clustering: In general, load balancing is more appropriate for… Read More »Load Balance or Cluster?


        Scaling? Horizontal or Vertical

          Horizontal scalability, also known as scale-out architecture, involves distributing the workload across multiple machines, typically through load balancing. This allows for better utilization of resources, improved fault tolerance, and the ability to handle increasing levels of traffic. Horizontal scalability is achieved by adding more nodes… Read More »Scaling? Horizontal or Vertical



            In the context of Cloud Infrastructure, you will hear the word guardrails. But, what guardails? In a simple sense guardrails are automated policies and controls that are put in place to help prevent and mitigate risks associated with software development and cloud deployment. They act… Read More »Guardrails?

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