Kubernetes is one of the most impactful open-source software in the last 10 years. Among others, it brings the myth(?) dreamed of auto-scalability. Apart from that, a Kubernetes environment is capable to take care of the applications we deploy within it, ensuring the desired state, and trying to keep the zero-downtime status. What about the Kubernetes Custom Resources?
In this article, we will focus on a very powerful feature that Kubernetes provides to its customer, which is the Kubernetes Custom Resources, describing what it is, how to create and manage them, and some use cases. Engage!
I’m very pleased to let you know that I had the opportunity to participate in the Micronaut Podcast #017. During this conversation, Sergio del Amo and I, went a bit about how the Micronaut framework is being used at Nexthink to implement microservices in an event-driven platform and talked about the Micronaut community, the usage of the GraalVM, the integrations with Kafka, Kubernetes, and more.
The GraalVM is one of those technologies that are getting interest in the Cloud Native world during the last couple of years. It comes to solve some key challenges when we have to develop services into the Cloud. Moreover, and keeping the context about fast and cloud-oriented software development, we have the modern Java framework Micronaut, which is also very hot nowadays.
In this article, we will perform the Hello World for a Micronaut application using the GraalVM, and we will analyze the initial lessons learned for considering this GraalVM technology into production environments. Engage!
Hiring is taught. Hiring in the technology world is not different. Actually, maybe is even more difficult nowadays comparing with some other fields. Hiring the right people, in a tech hypergrowth company is even more difficult.
I’ve been hiring persons for the software engineering field in a hypergrowth tech company for the last 3 years, including the COVID-19 pandemic time and, in this article, I’ll explain my journey and the lessons learned so far. Engage!
In my professional career, I’ve passed through several ways to think. The last one, from 2013
At that time I learned the same but for renting an apartment in Geneva area… but that’s another story :).
Past April 2021, I had a great opportunity and I took it. Hoping that my professional experience could help people that are just finishing their studies in Computer Science, I’ve performed a talk for the Escuela de Ingeniería Informática, which belongs to the University of Oviedo.
In this article, I’ll talk about this experience and why I think it’s important that a close collaboration between universities and companies happens. Engage!
I’ve been searching on the Internet for some already builtin Feature Flag Manager for multi-tenant systems, with not much luck. There are some companies and products that offer Feature Flag as a Service (let’s call it like that), which permits managing this contraption for your microservice architecture, but unsure about if they support multi-tenancy.
In this article, I’ll propose a system for a real multi-tenant Feature Flag Manager system. Engage!
I’ve recently started with the training platform from The Linux Foundation, and my first course has been “Containers Fundamentals (LFS253)“. This is the first out of an unknown number of reviews dedicated to the courses I take from The Linux Foundation.
On all these articles, I’ll write a small review with the highlights I consider important for a professional profile oriented to Tech Leads of teams of Software Engineers that delivers microservice-based systems in Kubernetes platforms. Engage!
Organization of the information. This is one of the most important challenges in the current era where a massive amount of data is managed. Looking for a distributed key/value store for your system is something not easy.
In this article, we will define some desirable features for these kinds of systems and then we will address some of the options in the current market: TiKV, etcd and Consul. Engage!
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation supports the worldwide community of the Cloud Native Community Groups (CNCG) and currently, they are working on expanding the Cloud Native community around the globe, and they are happy to accept the new local communities to join their network.
In this short article, I will describe the few steps and a couple of tips for creating a Cloud Native Community Group. Engage!
Opening new frontiers. That’s the feeling that I had when the CNCF promoted the opportunity to create new Community Groups across the world. I saw it on Twitter, and I thought, “what if.. ?”. Yes, there it is again, the feeling that comes together with that sentence. After that, I thought, “but it would be pretty hard to manage a Community Group only by myself…”. The rest of the story I will tell on another occasion, but the result of the whole thing is what I want to introduce to all of you today: The Cloud Native Asturias Community Group. Engage!