If you have a database (as almost everyone does), you must have a tool to manage its schema. That’s where Atlas comes in. It plans and applies schemas defined in a declarative format (HCL) or as versioned migrations. As an added bonus, it works both as a standalone CLI and as a Terraform provider.Continue reading
Do you know how to manage container (Docker) images, how to run a container image registry and security scans, how to sign container images, how to prevent usage of images that are not verified or signed, how to replicate container images, and how to store Helm charts, binaries, and other artifacts? In this video, I’ll show you how to do all of that with Harbor.Continue reading
Scaleway claims that it is the most complete cloud computing service. Is it true? Let’s find out.Continue reading
Exploring CAST AI as a way to combine scaling with cost reporting of cloud and Kubernetes resources.Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be great if we would not need to define infrastructure but let applications themselves figure out what to do, where to run, and how to do all that? Klotho enables us to write Cloud-native microservices and applications and auto-magically get infrastructure and the code that ties it all together.Continue reading
What are mutable and immutable objects and resources? Does immutability apply to bare metal, virtual machines (VMs), applications, Cloud, containers, infrastructure, Kubernetes, etc.? What does mutability and immutability mean? Mutable vs. immutable explained.Continue reading
Pulumi allows us to manage infrastructure as code (IaC) using familiar programming languages. It is like Terraform, but without HCL.
Okteto empowers developers to get the infrastructure and environments they need instantly and without a steep learning curve.