Part I: Laying the Groundwork – Preparing for the Transition

Transitioning from a familiar environment to a new one is a substantial task that demands careful forethought and strategic planning. Part I of our series on moving stateless Node.js API workloads from Amazon EC2 to Amazon EKS spotlights the importance of understanding your existing setup, assessing dependencies, and crafting a comprehensive migration plan.

Please remember that this guide is specifically tailored to stateless workloads and does not delve into issues related to databases or stateful services.

How to migrate Node.js API Workloads from EC2 to EKS – A Comprehensive Guide

In the current cloud-native era, Kubernetes has rapidly emerged as a favored choice due to its efficiency, scalability, and robust orchestration capabilities. Numerous organizations are shifting their workloads from traditional virtual machine environments to container orchestration platforms, such as Amazon’s Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).


ChatGPT Demystified: Your 50 Question Guide to AI Assistance

Embark on a comprehensive exploration of ChatGPT, the advanced AI developed by OpenAI. This guide tackles 50 frequently asked questions, unravelling the AI’s operations, capabilities, and potential applications. Learn how ChatGPT generates human-like text, understands user queries, and aids in various tasks while ensuring user safety and privacy. Discover the fine line between AI’s impressive capabilities and its inherent limitations. Dive in and broaden your understanding of this AI breakthrough that’s pushing the boundaries of technology.


As the digital revolution propels the business landscape into new realms, the concept of personally identifiable information (PII) has gained crucial significance, especially for Software as a Service (SaaS) products. This blog post will examine the importance of PII, its relevance in SaaS, and how businesses can safeguard such information to build trust and enhance…

What is Defense in Depth?

In the rapidly evolving world of digital security, defence in depth is a strategy that holds paramount importance, especially for Software as a Service (SAAS) offerings. Drawing inspiration from a military strategy that employs multiple layers of defence against potential attacks, defence in depth in the digital realm involves implementing various security controls and measures…

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Disaster Recovery: Strategies for Datacenter Resilience

In an increasingly digital world, the preservation and availability of data is of paramount importance. Businesses and organizations rely on datacenters to store, process, and manage their vast amounts of data. However, these datacenters are not invincible; they are susceptible to a multitude of disasters, both natural and man-made. This is where the concept of disaster recovery comes into play.

Disaster recovery (DR) encompasses the policies, tools, and procedures that are implemented to enable the recovery and continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster. The primary goal of disaster recovery is to minimize downtime and data loss – two variables that can severely impact a business’s operations and reputation.

How to Load Test Microservices Before Production Launch

Load testing is an essential component of the pre-production phase, with the primary objective of verifying that the system can handle expected user traffic without compromising performance or functionality. More importantly, load testing allows developers to identify and address potential bottlenecks and stability issues before they become problematic in the live environment.

Apache Log4j Vulnerability: Detection, Impact, and Resolution

Apache Log4j is a Java-based logging utility used extensively in software applications to record activities and diagnose problems. Its popularity and widespread adoption have made the recent vulnerability particularly alarming. CVE-2021-45105 is a security vulnerability that allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code remotely. It’s a classic example of a Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability, considered one of the most dangerous types of vulnerabilities because it can provide an attacker with control over a victim’s system.

Building a Decentralised CI/CD System with GoCD and ArgoCD

We describe here a software development process that leverages a unique blend of centralized and decentralized continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) systems. The CI is centralized and facilitated by open-source GoCD software, while the CD systems are decentralized and environment-specific, utilizing ArgoCD. This combination allows us to leverage the strengths of both centralized and decentralized architectures, ensuring efficient, reliable, and flexible software delivery