Happy New Year everyone! I hope that you had a fantastic start to the new year and are looking forward to all the possibilities and opportunities that the coming year has to offer. Let’s make this year a great one for our containers by following best practices for resource management in Kubernetes. Kubernetes is a tool that helps manage applications in containers. If you use it while deploying your applications, there is one crucial concept that you need to be in control of; Setting Resource Requests and Limits.
The 7.0 release of the Couchbase introduces a new data organisation feature called Scopes and Collections are logical containers within a Couchbase bucket.
It’s helpful to think of Collections as tables within a relational database and Scopes are a set of related Collections, making them similar to an RDBMS schema.
In this post, my aim is to elaborate on the role and to create a high-level guide for the people who want to be an Architect.
Using microservice architecture creates thrilling opportunities for companies. For development teams, it means that they get to do interesting things with the newest, shiniest tools and frameworks as they deliver innovative new experiences to their customers.