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  • The InfoQ eMag - Service Mesh: Past, Present, and Future

    This eMag aims to remove some of the confusion around the topic of "service mesh", and help architects and technical leaders to choose if, when, and how to deploy a service mesh. A "service mesh" manages service-to-service communications across a compute cluster, and handles dynamic service discovery and routing, and also provides cross-cutting support for observability, reliability, and security

  • The InfoQ eMag: DevOps for the Database

    In this eMag, we discuss the unique aspects of databases, both relational and NoSQL, in a successful continuous integration environment.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Kubernetes: Past, Present and Future

    This eMag explores how Kubernetes is moving from a simple orchestration framework to a fundamental cloud-native API and paradigm that has implications in multiple dimensions, from operations to software architecture. Topics covered include container runtime options, how to design applications that run effectively on Kubernetes, stateful microservice design considerations, and more.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Testing Your Distributed (Cloud) Systems

    Testing is an under-appreciated discipline and I wanted to shine a spotlight on the changing nature of testing in a cloud-driven world. We hope you enjoy what we've put together here, and find a host of thought-provoking, and actionable, ideas.

  • Service Meshes: Managing Complex Communication within Cloud Native Applications

    This InfoQ eMag aims to help you decide if your organisation would benefit from using a service mesh, and if so, that it also guides you on your service-mesh journey.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 7 - Experimentation, Optimisation and Learning

    For this edition of The Morning Paper Quarterly Review, Adrian Colyer has chosen a set of papers that illustrate what the data natives are up to: how they embed experimentation, optimisation, and learning into everything they do. If you thought continual delivery was the end game, for data natives this is just the necessary pre-requisite.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Observability

    This eMag explores the topic of observability in-depth, covering the role of the “three pillars of observability” -- monitoring, logging, and distributed tracing -- and relates these topics to designing and operating software systems based around modern architectural styles like microservices and serverless.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Cloud Native Patterns & Practices

    In this eMag, the InfoQ team pulled together stories that best help you understand this cloud-native revolution, and what it takes to jump in. It features interviews with industry experts, and articles on key topics like migration, data, and security.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Serverless Computing

    In this InfoQ eMag, we curated some of the best serverless content into a single asset to give you a relevant, pragmatic look at this emerging space.

  • The Morning Paper Issue 5 - Computer Science Applied

    Welcome to the latest edition of The Morning Paper quarterly review. There are five posts chosen for you that appeared on Adrian Colyer's blog in the first quarter of 2017.

  • InfoQ eMag: Cloud Lock-In

    Technology choices are made, and because of a variety of reasons - such as multi-year licensing cost, tightly coupled links to mission-critical systems, long-standing vendor relationships - you feel “locked into” those choices. In this InfoQ emag, we explore the topic of cloud lock-in from multiple angles and look for the best ways to approach it.

  • InfoQ eMag: Exploring Container Technology in the Real World

    The creation of many competing, complementary and supporting container technologies has followed in the wake of Docker, and this has led to much hype and some disillusion around this space. This eMag aims to cut through some of this confusion and explain the essence of containers, their current use cases, and future potential.

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