I'll layout how you can make your developers badass with the power of Kubernetes and our DevOps-as-a-Service plan.
Michael Tuszynski, CTO at San Francisco-based Fandor, talks what it was like to implement RO’s DevOps-as-a-Service solution and what it’s like to work with us.
Is Kubernetes overkill? Most companies will decide to get off Heroku. The decision: choose a "simple" solution, or take a leap of faith and choose Kubernetes
In this final post of this four-part series, I’ll focus on how you can tell if your organization is truly ready for a DevOps implementation.
DevOps implementation involves a dramatic cultural shift, including a willingness to adopt practices that facilitate the performance of lean product development
I’ll highlight some similarities between DevOps and Agile development, DevOps and (CI/CD), and some overall benefits of a DevOps implementation.
You’re ready to embrace DevOps. Or you’re in the midst of building a DevOps organization. Now what?
We open sourced Pentagon, our framework for building vanilla Kubernetes-based infrastructure in an opinionated way on AWS.
Any sufficiently complicated cloud-based infrastructure contains an ad-hoc, informally specified, bug-ridden, slow (and more expensive) implementation of Heroku
Let’s take a deeper look at the top 4 concerns small to mid-sized SaaS, web and eCommerce companies have about outsourcing DevOps work.
What DevOps means at ReactiveOps. Matt riffs on microservices, docker, AWS, and serverless architecture/AWS Lambda.