Tag : cloud applications

How Microservices Drive Increased Customer Engagement

A microservices-style architecture breaks down an application from a single monolithic structure into smaller independent services. Each service handles a particular business function and can be deployed separately from the others. They’re connected via application programming interfaces (API). This structure allows developers to achieve outcomes that would be difficult or impossible with other types of…

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Benefits of using SaaS for managing cloud applications

Businesses need to innovate faster to stay ahead of the competition. Increasingly businesses are adopting cloud computing, containers, and microservices for rapid application delivery. While these latest cloud-native technologies can help them deliver faster, they also introduce new challenges. Cloud-native applications are complex, and have a lot of moving components that require end-to-end automation for…

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Using JFrog Artifactory and Nirmata to streamline continuous delivery of containerized applications

Continuous delivery is a software development approach whereby software is built so that it can be released to production at any time. In other words, with continuous delivery, software should be easily deployable, on demand, to any environment, at any time. Companies seeking software agility are increasingly adopting continuous delivery and building pipelines to seamlessly…

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Managing Mesos clusters using Nirmata

As enterprises adopt containers and microservices, their motivations for adopting these technologies vary depending on their current operational challenges as well as their future goals. For example, some enterprises may be seeking agility and increase frequency of deployments by adopting microservices architecture, while other organizations may be interested in saving costs by increasing utilization of…

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Adaptive Application Management

Cloud-native applications are optimized to leverage cloud-computing rather than traditional data centers. Businesses who can efficiently build, deliver, and operate cloud-native applications, will be able to innovate faster than their competitors and win. Here, I would like to briefly describe how Nirmata’s adaptive application management helps deliver and operate cloud-native applications. ODCA Cloud Application Maturity…

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Accelerating DevOps adoption using containers

  These days, there is a lot of buzz about DevOps and rightly so. Enterprise IT teams are rapidly adopting DevOps to accelerate application delivery. New technologies, like application containers, are making it possible to accelerate application delivery cycles, while ensuring high quality and improving availability. As every business is becoming a software business, main…

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Dynamic Resource Management for Application Containers

Nirmata provides multi-cloud container services for enterprise DevOps teams. Nirmata is built to leverage Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) providers, for dynamic allocation and deallocation of resources. In this post, I will discuss a Nirmata feature that helps you optimize your cloud resource usage: Host Auto-Scaling. Host Groups and Policies A core principal in Nirmata…

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Automated deploys with Docker Hub and Nirmata

As companies strive to attain achieve software development agility, they are looking to automate each phase of their software development pipeline. The ultimate goal is to fully automate the deployment of code to production, triggered when a developer checks in a fix or a feature. Companies such as Netflix have built extensive tooling to enable…

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Docker Data Containers with Nirmata

An exciting thing about Docker is the number of interesting use cases that emerge as developers adopt containers in their application development and operations processes. One such concept is that of data container. While the usage may not be intuitive at first, data containers are very handy in some scenarios. A great use case is…

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Auto-Recovery, Activity Feeds, Host Details and More

Nirmata is pleased to announce new features and improvements to our solution. Our focus has been on resiliency and state management: Service instance auto-recovery Environment activity feed System events in activity feeds Host agent version, docker version & host details. Delete option for specific hosts in a host group. Enhanced pre-validation checks during environment creation….

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