Cloud FinOps: The Unit Economics Era

The concept of FinOps is relatively new: just a year ago the book “Cloud FinOps: Collaborative, Real-Time Cloud Financial Management” was released, postulating the basic principles of the FinOps approach. In chapter 1, the author J.R.Storment discusses the central theme,

ChatOps, GitOps, GitFlow: Tools and Approaches for DevOps Teams

In the last post on Cloud Computing for Beginners Series, we have covered techniques and best practices for releasing applications with automated tests. The DevOps culture is centered on the precepts of easy knowledge transfer between the Dev and Ops

Deployment strategies: Blue-Green x Canary x A/B Testing

In the last post on Cloud Computing for Beginners Series, we have covered the best practices that DevOps teams adopt in their systems development projects. In this post, we will deal with what is known in IT as deployment and

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) in the DevOps Pipeline

In the last post in the cloud computing series for beginners, we deepen the issues surrounding cloud computing security and encryption. In this post, we will cover the good integration practices between the development, infrastructure and testing teams, concepts that

Cloud Security: Encryption and Key Management

In the last post in the series on cloud computing for beginners, we analyzed the microservices features and the resources necessary for their smooth operation. In this post, we will address the issues surrounding security and encryption in cloud computing.

How do Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing can work together to benefit a business?

In a simple way, the answer to the title question could be: Artificial Intelligence dramatically accelerates data analysis, benefiting both an organization and its customers. That is because organizations receive data insights and with them in hand, they can generate

Introduction to Microservices and Application Modernization

In the last post in the cloud computing series for beginners, we talked about the advantages of serverless computing for the fast product release cycle. In this post, we will go a little deeper in the transition from the monolithic

Serverless computing working to the fast product release cycle

So far, in this series on cloud computing for beginners, we’ve seen some of the main components, features and functionality present in cloud computing. One of them, called  server, is precisely what provides the functionality of programs and devices, called

Cloud Computing for Beginners: Database and Storage

In the first part of the series of posts on Cloud Computing for Beginners, we talked a little bit about the history, service models and use of the main platforms in the segment. In this second part, we will deepen

Cloud computing for beginners: service models and main uses

Until 23 years ago, talking about Cloud Computing was pure academic talk: in 1997, the distinguished Information System professor Ramnath Chellappa was the first one to come up with the term during one of his lectures. But, almost ten years

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