Kubernetes: container orchestrator and microservices

We live a completely digital world. Every day we use a diverse range of applications for everything from communicating with our friends and families, to watching films or series, listening to music, learning about things that motivate us or searching for a new job.

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Juan Garcia: Computer Engineer. He works within the Teldat R&D department as DevOps in the infrastructure area

Overcoming entanglements without affecting developers

microservicesLast week’s article described the difficulties faced by developers when working with distributed and/or microservice architectures, often lacking in-depth knowledge about the underlying network technologies that enable different components of the architectures to communicate.

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Guillermo Lopez: Computer Engineer in the R&D department. Within this department, he works as an Infrastructure Engineer in the Cloud Appliances group.

The operational challenges of distributed software architecture

microservicesMicroservice-based architectures are changing the way we design software today, raising new challenges in development and operations. These architectures are adding a strong network dependency on business logic, increasing the number of potential hazards, which grow proportionally to the connections or links that are created between services.

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Guillermo Lopez: Computer Engineer in the R&D department. Within this department, he works as an Infrastructure Engineer in the Cloud Appliances group.

Microservices, Dockers and Kubernetes

microservicesMany companies today are opting for microservices-based architecture. And this most certainly has to do with the fact that microservices are a perfect complement to SDN/SD-WAN technology, allowing the modules that make up the applications to be implanted in numerous servers or data centers.

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Carlos Masso: Computer Engineer in the Teldat R&D Department. Within this department he works as a programmer in the Cloud Team

uptime is down. Long live the fleeting!

sdwanSince the early days of systems administration, a god has hovered over server rooms: uptime. uptime tells us how long a server has been on, which indirectly indicates how long it has been since it had a problem requiring a reboot. Operating systems have always had commands to display server uptime, figures that, indirectly, were also indicative of how good a job the administrators were doing. But the gods aren’t eternal; they are outdone, or simply replaced, by other gods. The time must come for even uptime to fall.

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Eduardo Riesco: Is part of Teldat’s R&D department. Within this department, he works on the automatic deployment of the SD-WAN solution in the cloud