Cloud Computing

All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale This practical guide provides over 70 self-contained recipes to help you creatively solve common AWS challenges you'll encounter on your cloud journey. If you're comfortable with rudimentary scripting and general cloud concepts, this cookbook provides what you need to address foundational tasks and create high-level capabilities.
AuthorJohn Culkin Author 2Mike Zazon
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All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Reactive systems and event-driven architecture are becoming indispensable to application design, and companies are taking note. Reactive systems ensure that applications are responsive, resilient, and elastic no matter what failures...
AuthorClement Escoffier, Ken Finnigan BindingPaperback
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Securing, observing, and troubleshooting containerized workloads on Kubernetes can be daunting. It requires a range of considerations, from infrastructure choices and cluster configuration to deployment controls and runtime and network security. With this practical book, you'll learn how to adopt a holistic security and observability strategy for building and securing cloud native applications running on Kubernetes.
AuthorBrendan Creane Author 2Amit Gupta
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Want to run your Kubernetes workloads safely and securely? This practical book provides a threat-based guide to Kubernetes security. Each chapter examines a particular component's architecture and potential default settings and then reviews existing high-profile attacks and historical Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs). Authors Andrew Martin and Michael Hausenblas share best-practice configuration to help you harden clusters from possible angles of attack.
AuthorAndrew Martin Author 2Michael Hausenblas
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Many companies claim to have gone to the cloud, yet returns from their efforts are meagre or worse. Why? Because they've defined cloud as a destination, not a capability. Using cloud as a single-vendor, one-stop destination is fiction; in practice, today's organizations use a mosaic of capabilities across several vendors. Your cloud strategy needs to follow a hybrid multicloud model, one that delivers cloud's value at destinations you choose.
AuthorPaul Zikopoulos Author 2Christopher Bienko
All Indian Reprints of O'Reilly are printed in Grayscale Every day, companies struggle to scale critical applications. As traffic volume and data demands increase, these applications become more complicated and brittle, exposing risks and compromising availability. With the popularity of software as a service, scaling has never been more important.  
AuthorLee Atchison BindingPaperback