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Kotlin, JetBrains' Java alternative, has secured the 20th spot in Tiobe’s September 2023 programming language popularity index, marking its highest position ever.
A recent global survey by Broadcom, involving 535 IT leaders, revealed that 78% aim to consolidate their cloud automation platforms.
The innovative feature, termed On-Demand Cluster Discovery (ODCDS), enables proxies to retrieve cluster details upon the initial connection attempt
The State of Serverless report reveals that over 70% of AWS users and 60% of Google Cloud users utilize at least one serverless solution, with Azure trailing at 49%.
Corey Quinn’s estimations, based on retail AWS pricing for 48 hours, show EBS at $878,003, CloudTrail at $415,000, DynamoDB at $2,505,360, Aurora at $6,094,095, SES at $193,824.84
Atlassian uses a three-fold strategy: providing efficient tools, empowering teams, and nurturing an excellent engineering culture.
Reveals stolen credentials as the primary concern, accounting for 60%, with misconfigurations following at 19%
The live test involved shifting critical network points to backup options, simulating the response to a network site failure.
The comparison, by a Google Cloud partner, focused on the popular services, and the results varied depending on the discounts applied and the specific user needs
Cloud innovation is focusing on migrating and re-architecting workloads, providing on-demand access to scalable resources and services.
Their convergence on AI signifies a shift in focus towards operationalizing and extracting value from proprietary data.
McDonald’s is ensuring system reliability by employing 'Failure Mode & Effects Analysis' (FMEA), a technique for enhancing resilience and building fault-tolerance.
Using a shared Kubernetes cluster allows for greater consistency and early discovery of unknown issues, enhancing developer velocity.
Google Cloud's Principal Developer Advocate, Kelsey Hightower, in a recent Github's ReadME podcast, predicted that Kubernetes' progress would render it obsolete, but for now, it's still attracting new adopters.
A shift-left approach is necessary, focusing on unit testing with high coverage. Test design principles include simplicity, proper naming, and the absence of unnecessary logic