What is DevSecOps

There is no Serverless without Kubernetes

Kubernetes and Serverless architecture are significantly reshaping modern application development and deployment practices. Despite some commonalities, both solutions fit different business models and application requirements. This post will analyze Kubernetes vs. Serverless computing debate, explore their differences and similarities, and discover which of the two best meets your business needs.
What is DevSecOps

Next generation of Low/No-Code tools

A few years ago, businesses did not take Low/No-Code tools seriously. That changed rapidly with the rise of cloud computing and process automation. Today, Low/No-Code tools are one of the methods companies use to help them on their digital transformation journey. In this post, we will go one step further by exploring the future of these innovative software development tools.
What is DevSecOps

How Is DevOps Powering Your Electric Vehicles (EV)?

The increasing demand for electric vehicles requires manufacturers to play a significant role in building elegant software solutions. DevOps principles enable EV companies to deliver high-level performance from their software products while adapting to the ever-changing business requirements. 
What is DevSecOps

What is DevSecOps?

In the simplest terms, DevSecOps means automated security. Often mistaken as the coalescence of DevOps and Security, DevSecOps refers to just the security piece of DevOps.
What is DevOps

What is DevOps?

Many people are familiar with the term "DevOps," but may not be sure what it is or what it's used for. In a nutshell, DevOps is a term used to describe a collaborative approach to software development and operations

What is harpoon

We are excited to announce that harpoon – the first ever No Code Kubernetes solution that enables users to deploy their software and infrastructure to the cloud or on-prem in just a few minutes – has launched.

Is NoOps a DevOps Pipedream?

The ultimate rationale for DevOps (the automation of operations using infrastructure as code) is to move to a NoOps capability, where no time is ever spent on operations.

Bootstrapping Your SaaS Business

Unicorns aren’t just the things of myth – but they don’t happen by accident either. You must engage in significant planning, analysis, and discipline in the first stages of the company to help you get past the rough spots.

Automated DevOps - Now’s the Time

With the wide of adoption of the cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) models for application development and deployment, DevOps has become the de facto methodology for application deployment.