Maximizing Resilience in Azure: A Guide to Three-Tier Architecture with AKS and MongoDB

In this guide, we’ll explore the process of designing and deploying a highly available, resilient three-tier application architecture on Azure. This architecture will use Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), Azure Application Gateway, and MongoDB, with the entire structure distributed across three Availability Zones for maximum resilience and high availability.

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GDPR Compliance: A guide for SAAS products

Unraveling the Complexity of GDPR The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has redefined the global landscape for privacy and data protection. Since its implementation on May 25, 2018, businesses operating in or serving customers in the European Union (EU) have grappled with the practicalities of compliance. As a Software as a Service (SaaS) company, particularly…

How to prepare your SAAS product for the holidays?

As the holiday season approaches, the anticipation of increased consumer activity permeates businesses worldwide. Special occasions like Black Friday, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Boxing Week, or Diwali invite a plethora of discounts and special offers, inducing a swell in customer engagement. For a SaaS product, this period can translate to a surge in usage, necessitating strategic planning…


Introduction to Agile Project Management

Agile project management has transformed the way teams approach work in various industries, including the software industry. Its principles of adaptability, collaboration, and iterative development have proven instrumental in delivering value to customers efficiently. To effectively implement Agile, understanding the key components of epics, stories, and tasks is crucial. Demystifying Agile Jargon: Epics, Stories, and…


Business Continuity Planning: Ensuring Your Business Survives Disruptions

Business continuity planning (BCP) is an essential, yet often overlooked, aspect of running a successful enterprise. BCP involves developing systems of prevention and recovery to address potential threats to a company. Whether you run a small local business or a multinational corporation, developing a comprehensive business continuity plan can mean the difference between recovering from a disruption and closing your doors for good.

These threats could range from a small-scale event like a power outage to a large-scale disaster like a flood, pandemic, or cyberattack. Even though such events are unpredictable, by anticipating potential threats and creating plans to mitigate them, businesses can ensure they maintain operations or at least minimize downtime.

How to Alert ?

Introduction As our world becomes increasingly digitized, businesses need to invest in robust systems to ensure uninterrupted operations and maintain high-quality service delivery. Key among these systems are alerting systems and escalation matrices, which serve as critical tools to identify, manage, and resolve operational issues promptly. This post dives deep into these tools’ roles and…

Heartbleed: Taking a Deep Dive into the Devastating OpenSSL Vulnerability

In the expansive universe of software vulnerabilities, the notorious Heartbleed bug holds a spotlight. Its widespread influence and the ensuing alarm about potential weaknesses in trusted open-source libraries have made it infamous. In this post, we strive to delve into the depths of the Heartbleed bug, understanding its implications, and discussing necessary measures to counter it.