The default way to scale applications in Kubernetes (K8s) is by CPU usage. But not all problems are CPU based and scaling on other metrics […]

Scaling and maintaining apps manually can be a pain in the ass. You have to manage performance issues on your own, e.g. for availability requirements to […]

When I implemented a JEE Glassfish gas station price service for our Android / iOS SprIT app, I wanted to introduce some simple monitoring what is going on […]

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It provides cost-efficient and resizable capacity […]

If only a soft migration instead of a big bang migration of an application to the cloud possible, the database must be shared between the […]

Overview This blog post described briefly some concepts to get started with (Red Hat) OpenShift Origin using Minishift. I will guide you through the process […]

Handling concurrent access is quite common in transactional data managing systems. As long as your application only creates and reads data records concurrency is not […]

Abstract This blog post describes a tutorial how to get started with application development and deployment to a local and public Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) […]

A typical cloud application consists of different services that communicate with each other. Because of the cloud’s nature servers come and go and therefore the […]

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defined the most important terms regarding the cloud. Whenever one of these terms is used throughout the article, it follows […]

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