With evolving technology, almost every business is making efforts to expand, improve the customer experience, and ensure that these customers keep coming back. Retail business is one of them.
To understand what Kubernetes (or K8s) is, let’s get back to the basics and take a look at what are software containers and why they are so useful.
The banks of today are witnessing sweeping changes at an unprecedented pace. Changing consumer expectations, new technology innovations, and unconventional business models are driving these changes in the banking sector. Banking officers operating in the technological sphere are realizing the potential of cloud banking to help them cope with these modernizations.
There has been a steep rise in the demand for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) apps and platforms that ensure smooth patient hand-off. The transitioning of patient care from the prehospital team to the Emergency Department (ED) doctors and nurses is the most pivotal aspect of these platforms.
Log analysis is an integral part of any software development lifecycle's ultimate success. Developers and engineers use logs to assess what is happening at every layer of a software system and track down the root cause of issues. As the software development process produces a large amount of distributed log data, it is often difficult to analyze it all sufficiently.
Most recent conversations around making the software development lifecycle more efficient revolve majorly around two concepts, app containerization, and virtualization. Virtualization and containerization are two of the most widely implemented mechanisms for hosting and developing an application.
Let’s imagine a situation. There is an eCommerce app that’s receiving high traffic during sales. It was observed that the load balancer wasn’t working as expected, thereby affecting the application performance and consumers’ buying experience as well.
The impact of the various applications of AI in automation testing is well known. Moreover, AI is widely accepted as an essential accompaniment for the seamless delivery of any software product these days.
Cloud computing has enabled primary stakeholders in software development to deploy a broad set of resources and services for on-demand usage. Based on scalability, cost, performance, efficiency, and security these stakeholders can choose from a variety of deployment models for making these resources available over the cloud.