Month: August 2020

Migrating Subversion repositories to AWS CodeCommit

In this post, we walk you through migrating Subversion (SVN) repositories to AWS CodeCommit. But before diving into the migration, we do a brief review of SVN and Git based systems such as CodeCommit. About SVN SVN is an open-source version control system. Founded in 2000 by CollabNet, Inc., it was originally designed to be […]

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Modernizing and containerizing a legacy MVC .NET application with Entity Framework to .NET Core with Entity Framework Core: Part 2

This is the second post in a two-part series in which you migrate and containerize a modernized enterprise application. In Part 1, we walked you through a step-by-step approach to re-architect a legacy ASP.NET MVC application and ported it to .NET Core Framework. In this post, you will deploy the previously re-architected application to Amazon […]

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Migrating Subversion repositories AWS CodeCommit

In this post, we walk you through migrating Subversion (SVN) repositories to AWS CodeCommit. But before diving into the migration, we do a brief review of SVN and Git based systems such as CodeCommit. About SVN SVN is an open-source version control system. Founded in 2000 by CollabNet, Inc., it was originally designed to be […]

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Shining a light on Anthos at Next OnAir application modernization weekShining a light on Anthos at Next OnAir application modernization weekDeveloper Advocate

Welcome to Week 7 of Google Cloud Next ‘20: OnAir! This week’s app modernization track goes live Tuesday, August 25 at 9:00am PT, and is all about containers, serverless, app development—and my personal favorite, Anthos. App modernization is such a relevant and timely topic. Now more than ever, companies across the globe are looking at […]

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New GKE Dataplane V2 increases security and visibility for containersNew GKE Dataplane V2 increases security and visibility for containersProduct Manager, Google Kubernetes EngineSoftware Engineer, Google Kubernetes Engine

One of Kubernetes’ true superpowers is its developer-first networking model. It provides easy-to-use features such as L3/L4 services and L7 ingress to bring traffic into your cluster as well as network policies for isolating multi-tenant workloads. As more and more enterprises adopt Kubernetes, the gamut of use cases is widening with new requirements around multi-cloud, […]

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Looking ahead as GKE, the original managed Kubernetes, turns 5Looking ahead as GKE, the original managed Kubernetes, turns 5Engineering DirectorGroup Product Manager

It’s hard to believe that GKE is already celebrating its 5th birthday. Over these last five years it’s been inspiring to see what businesses have accomplished with Google Cloud and GKE—from powering multi-million QPS retail services, to helping a game publisher deploy 1700 times to production in the week of its launch, to accelerating research […]

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Scalable agile development practices based on AWS CodeCommit

Development teams use agile development processes based on Git services extensively. AWS provides AWS CodeCommit, a managed, Git protocol-based, secure, and highly available code service. The capabilities of CodeCommit combined with other developer tools, like AWS CodeBuild and AWS CodePipeline, make it easy to manage collaborative, scalable development process with fine-grained permissions and on-demand resources. […]

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GKE best practices: Day 2 operations for business continuityGKE best practices: Day 2 operations for business continuityProduct Manager, Google Kubernetes Engine

So, you followed our advice and built a highly available Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster based on our day 0 guidance. But day 2 is where the rubber hits the road: your GKE cluster is up and running, and serving traffic to your app, and can’t really afford to go down. The day 0 steps […]

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Reduce Cost and Increase Security with Amazon VPC Endpoints

Introduction This blog explains the benefits of using Amazon VPC endpoints and highlights a self-paced workshop that will help you to learn more about them. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables you to launch AWS resources into a virtual network that you’ve defined. This virtual network resembles a traditional network that you’d operate in […]

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Understanding IP address management in GKEUnderstanding IP address management in GKEProduct ManagerSoftware Engineer

When it comes to giving out IP addresses, Kubernetes has a supply and demand problem. On the supply side, organizations are running low on IP addresses, because of large on-premises networks and multi-cloud deployments that use RFC1918 addresses (address allocation for private internets). On the demand side, Kubernetes resources such as pods, nodes and services […]

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