Cloud-Native Journey Part 3: Distribution and Rollout

Ensuring Intelligent Distribution and Rollout

Understanding the Appeal of Services Platforms

  • Software-as-a-Service (SaaS): centrally-managed, online services are easy to access and deploy from almost anywhere. The service provider’s backend handles much of the heavy lifting, while mechanisms like authentication and authorization govern data access. SaaS is great for observability and for rolling out updates, security patches, and other configuration changes across the entire ecosystem.
  • Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS): these platforms excel at quickly getting you off the ground by offering purpose-built cloud management and oversight tooling. PaaS lets you fine-tune scalability and efficiency from start to finish.
  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS): simply put, IaaS allows you to quickly deploy and provision numerous servers, resources, and virtual machines to support applications. Compute, memory, and storage are typically provided and manageable within this setup. If you’re a larger organization, or one that cannot afford your own hardware infrastructure, then the IaaS model may be the best fit.

Notes on Kubernetes Rollout

Mitigating Friction during Rollout

Unlocking Improved Kubernetes Stability and Fairness

Conclusion

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