Tag: DevOps

Transforming the way people build, test & deliver software

DevOps Tracks For Multi-Module Trains

Lets us get on the journey of problem statement associated with the multi-module maven projects that were assigned to the team at BrioZing. What considerations were taken when the DevOps process was designed and implemented? Problem Statement Multiple multi-module Java projects with the maven build system Angular UI with the npm build system Some of…
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Automation Ecosystem: Leap towards Continuous Delivery

Most of us today agree, investing in automation testing is a very critical part of the roadmap in any project. Everyone does plan for it right from the very beginning. Even, we at BrioZing share the same ideology and lay our foot down from day one to build an Automation Ecosystem for our client’s products.…
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“I am Overwhelm with Helm” – Kubernetes

Two months back when we embarked a journey of collaborating with our Bangalore based fin-tech client to help them transition their VM based deployments to full-fledged container orchestration. With no footprint of the DevOps team at a client firm, we had a task to come up with a solution which is more scalable, easily understandable…
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Google Load Balancer Latency Analysis

Purpose Perform latency test of Google Cloud Load Balancer and check API latency performance across the US region. Approach Configure Google Cloud Load Balancer(GLB) Configure instance groups on Google Cloud Platform(GCP) in different available US regions Configure Virtual Machines(VMs) in above-configured instance group with NGINX server deployment Run latency test from different US regions Configurations…
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Setting up one click build, deployment, monitoring, alerting and visualization for your team !!

A few days back in one of my #post, I mentioned that we are currently moving in an era which demands the need of having a one click solution for setting up deployment, monitoring, alerting as well as visualisation for any of the applications that we develop & deliver. Very recently, I was having a conversation…
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