10 Lessons Learned from building Engine Yard's Container Platform on Kubernetes

Containers on Kubernetes is the modern way of deploying, managing and scaling applications in the cloud. At Engine Yard, we’ve always built products that make it easy for developers to deploy applications in the cloud without developing cloud expertise - in other...
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A Discussion with Clare Liguori from AWS Container Services

Steam Powered - a Podcast from Engine Yard Steam Powered is a podcast from the folks at Engine Yard where we talk about all things Cloud, Kubernetes, IaaS, Paas, Ruby, and what's new in the world of development.
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DevOps: Top Trends & Challenges for Companies in 2021

2021 has arrived and the focus for this year is on patching up your DevOps and have it up and running as soon as possible. However, it might not be easy, and that’s why we compiled this list of the latest DevOps trends and solutions to help you. 
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Engine Yard Kontainers Is Now Generally Available

We are delighted to announce that the Engine Yard Kontainers is now LIVE.  Engine Yard Kontainers (EYK), is a fully managed container-based infrastructure to run your applications without building DevOps expertise. We introduced EYK in July 2020 as an alpha version....
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Engine Yard’s Evolution: Support for Containers

Cloud infrastructure has become elastic, agile, and resource-efficient over the past decade - particularly with containerization and broad adoption of Docker and Kubernetes.
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Our Vision For Engine Yard

Engine Yard has always made it easy for you to deploy your applications to the cloud. Over years, the cloud has evolved. The cloud now is:
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Best Practices for Application Deployment

In this age of technology, web applications are everywhere in our lives. There are many hurdles in the application deployment process, and many steps to get a web app to the production environment and onto the end user's device. Software deployment is an essential step...
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Containers vs Virtual Machines Differences, Pros, & Cons

Before the rise of containerization, virtual machines were the way to go if you needed to isolate environments within a physical infrastructure.
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