Category: DevOps


September 29, 2017

DevOps

Using Docker containers for microservices

This article gives insight and analysis regarding container usage for dev pipeline of a software product built using microservices architecture. Innovative businesses are using a microservices approach because it enables the introduction of new applications that are independently deployable without disrupting the rest of the company. Context The microservice architecture provides excellent benefits for the … Continued

Crosslake Staff

August 15, 2017

DevOps

Making DevOps work for you

Making DevOps work is one of those things everyone wants. Out with the old and in with the new. But what drives that demand and how obtainable are the benefits? To deal with those, it’s worth establishing some kind of exact definition as to what DevOps actually is. Wikipedia comes to our rescue here and … Continued

Crosslake Staff

May 30, 2017

DevOps,Architecture

How PaaS facilitates data migration: A path to implementation success

Recently, a SaaS company within the financial technology industry acquired a competitor and launched an initiative to merge both companies’ critical customer-facing applications and data. This was the latest in a series of acquisitions, leaving the company with several platforms that needed migrating. In this post, we will explore the problems that hampered the company’s … Continued

Crosslake Staff

March 31, 2017

DevOps,Architecture

PaaS case study: Membership management software goes cloud-native

In an earlier post, we discussed how PaaS can help companies to enable faster, standardized, and more cost-efficient software development. In this post, we examine how one company set out on their first native cloud endeavor and what they learned with that first experience. This software company runs a broad-scope set of CRM SaaS applications … Continued

Crosslake Staff

March 30, 2017

DevOps,Architecture

Maximizing value using PaaS

Many companies are looking to platform-as-a-service (PaaS) infrastructure, to enable faster, standardized and more cost-efficient software development across their organization. Yet, some organizations get stalled shortly after implementation. At Crosslake Technologies, we have seen confusion at many companies who have implemented PaaS solutions, struggling with the question of “Now what?”. In this post, we review … Continued

Crosslake Staff

January 16, 2017

Cloud,DevOps

Setting up SonarQube in AWS for code analysis of your GitHub repos

In looking around the web, I don’t see much on how to get SonarQube working in AWS. This blog will cover how to setup SonarQube in AWS for simple code analytics. Background SonarQube is an excellent open source code analysis server that you host yourself. Code analysis and central reporting — measuring complexity, dependencies, coverage, … Continued

Bill Hodghead