The Holy Trinity - the QA Role in Service Delivery
What is day-to-day business for a QA? What are the processes a QA team relates to? How does the QA team fit an Agile organization? What are the main contributions QAs enable teams with?
KEDA - A Way to Scale Pods on Redis Metric
KEDA is a Kubernetes-based, event-driven Autoscaler. With KEDA, you can drive the scaling of any container in Kubernetes based on the number of events needed to be processed. KEDA is a single-purpose and lightweight component that can be added to any Kubernetes cluster.
Crossplane - The New Kid in Town
Are you passionate about Kubernetes as an open-source project? Click on the link below and read the first-in-series blog by our Igor Vojinovic, DevOps Engineer. In this blog, Igor shared his own perspective on what Crossplane is all about and why you should start using it inside your organizations.
Machine Learning in the Cloud: Fully Automated Data Pipeline - Part 3
In the previous part of our blog series, we introduced AWS Glue DataBrew service that was used for cleaning and transforming our training and test data. In this blog post, we are going to set up CI/CD pipelines in order to automate the release process of our recipes.
Machine Learning in the Cloud: Fully Automated Data Pipeline - Part 2
Previously we talked about machine learning in the cloud and presented the benefits and drawbacks. In this blog post, we continue our journey and introduce an AWS service that will be used for cleaning and transforming our training and test data.
Imperative to Functional Programming in Java
Many engineers may ask themselves, what are the benefits and why should they use functional programming in Java. From its beginnings, best practices in Java have encouraged object-oriented programming (which is an extension of procedural programming - type of imperative programming).