Kubernetes vs Service Fabric Mesh

Categories: Software Development Kubernetes
Introduction Service Fabric Mesh (don’t confuse it with Service Fabric, for Service Fabric comparison, take a look here) is a new invention from Microsoft that aims at providing similar experience to managed Kuberntes clusters by providing fully managed containter orchestration solution without the need to manage the underlying Virtual Machines. This puts the technology in a direct competition with managed Kubernetes solutions, such as Rancher, Google Kubernetes Engine, or RedHat OpenShift.

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How to learn for CKA exam

Categories: Software Development Project Management
CKA learning tips and tricks I have passed a Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam recently. Here are some tips that should increase your chances in passing the exam. I cannot give you the specific details of the exam as I have signed a confidentiality agreement. However, I hope those few general tips will save you time and make your learning experience more efficient. Exercise with kubectl Don’t read the kubectl documentation too extensively.

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Azure App Service vs AKS vs Service Fabric

Categories: Software Development
Azure App Service vs AKS vs Service Fabric Because my previous article turned out to be very popular, I decided to make a followup article that extends the comparison of Azure Kubernetes Service and Service Fabric to Azure App Services for Linux (Docker). This is a very reasonable alternative for most of developers that are starting with containers and want to begin their journey with containers. If you haven’t read my previous article, you can find it here: Kubernetes vs Azure Service Fabric

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Things to learn from project management

Categories: Software Development Project Management
A few lessons that Dev(and Ops) can learn from project management Software development gives you a lot of flexibility. Scrum created independent, self-sufficient teams that strive to reach company’s goals. Yet, there are things, that scrum teams could learn from non-agile project managers. I also needed to perform department-wide project management tasks, such as feasibility studies, cost analysis and software purchase recommendations. I believe that every developer can learn something from those experiences as well.

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