Observability [ENG]

The ability to gather as much information as possible on the overall infrastructure to make possible online actions A cloud-native application is composed of independent microservices that can be hosted on heterogeneous infrastructure and potentially distributed on datacenter dislocated around…

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Serverless [ENG]

An event Driven Cloud Computing model with fine grained scalability based on Function as a Service Serverless architectures are Cloud infrastructure that incorporate third-party “Backend as a Service” (BaaS) services, and “Functions as a Service” (FaaS) platform where custom code…

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Apache Kafka [ENG]

A scalable, clusterable event-streaming platform for distributing messages with a pub/sub mechanism. Apache Kafka is an open-source stream processing platform that enables the communication between multiple producers and multiple consumers. It has support for durable message retention and allows programmers…

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Kubernetes [ENG]

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, and open-source platform for the management of containerized workloads and services, capable of facilitating both declarative configuration and automation. Kubernetes, an orchestrator that can dynamically manage an application in an automated way, is an open-source…

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Docker [ENG]

Docker is open-source software for distributing applications via software containers. It is the standard de facto in the containerization world. Docker uses Linux Kernel isolation, e.g., cgroups and namespaces, allowing isolation between multiple containers running on the same (virtual) machine.…

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