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Why Is Storage On Kubernetes So Hard?

Container orchestration tools like Kubernetes are revolutionizing the way applications are being developed and deployed. With the rise of the microservices architecture and decoupling of

re:Invent in Review: Adrian Cockcroft, Abby Fuller, and Deepak Singh Discuss AWS

At AWS re:Invent, the Software Engineering Daily team spoke with AWS technologists: Adrian Cockcroft, VP of Cloud Architecture Strategy Deepak Singh, Director of Compute Services, Abby

Build Satellite Applications with AWS Ground Station

At AWS re:Invent 2018, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced AWS Ground Station service. AWS Ground Station is a fully managed network of 12 ground station antennas located around the

Walking the Wire: Mastering the Four Decisions in Microservices Architecture

credit: Wiros from Barcelona, Spain This post was originally written by Srinath Perera on Medium. Reposted with permission. Microservices are the new architectural style for building

Cloud Database Performance: Scaling MongoDB Atlas

The database, the cornerstone of many software products, is increasingly hosted in the cloud. The previous MongoDB Atlas: Database as a Service article was focused on the challenges of