Monitoring Google Cloud Run With Datadog

Running stateless containers with Google Cloud Run eliminates the need to manage infrastructure. Instead, you can opt for either a fully-managed Cloud Run instance or use Cloud Run for Anthos, Google’s platform for self-managing containers across on-premise, hybrid, multi-cloud Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) infrastructure. If you use Cloud Run, you’ll find that deploying a container is easy. Simply specify the…

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IronWorker CaaS Worker: AWS Fargate Setup

In this article, we will tell you the steps you need to set up AWS Fargate for IronWorker. Setup Outline: Store Docker Image on ECR Creating the Task Definition Create the ECS Cluster Create Task service Limits Security AWS Fargate Cost Achieve Cloud Elasticity with Iron Speak to us to find how you can achieve…

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When to Know you are ready to go serverless

Serverless computing is becoming more and more popular for a variety of reasons. It’s not just the latest trend either; based on new technology, serverless architecture is on the rise, and it’s going to continue to take over. That means you need to know what it’s about and when you might want to take advantage…

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How to Choose Message Queue Technology Selection

With dozens of options for message queue technology, even experienced professionals can feel frustrated when choosing the right microservices for their needs. The perfect messaging queue for your organization will depend on unique factors, such as how much you can afford to spend and how quickly you need your apps to process requests. The following…

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Overview: The differences between serverless microservices and monolithic approaches to software development. Serverless Computing Monolith Applications Monolithic Limitations Serverless Web Apps and Monoliths When it comes to scaling up IT operations, it can be difficult to do within the limitations of software development applications like Monolith. Transitioning from a traditional monolithic to a more modern serverless microservices approach can be one of the…

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The NoisyTwit App This is a guest post by Dieter Van der Stock, a full-stack developer in Antwerp, Belgium. In it, he talks about his experience building NoisyTwit and how the combination of HTML/JavaScript, PHP, OAuth.io, and Iron.io made for a simple but scalable solution.  Modern app development doesn’t need to be complicated as this…

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