Dear Google, Your Cloud Is Great, but..Here Is a Little Feedback
As a developer with fifteen years of experience in IT, I’ve dedicated the past five years to working with the cloud. I’ve been involved with cloud services from AWS cloud (since 2010) and Azure. A bit over nine months ago, I started working almost exclusively with Google Cloud (GCD) and Google Compute...Read more
5 Key Benefits of Docker: CI, Version Control, Portability, Isolation and Security
Docker doesn’t need an introduction. It is one of the hottest open source projects that allows you to deploy your application inside containers, adding a layer of abstraction. In a seemingly constant state of maturation, the benefits of using Docker increase on a regular basis. In this post, instead of...Read more
I Love the Cloud: My Never-Ending Journey with the AWS
[GUEST POST] I started exploring the cloud computing world around 5 years ago, and I must admit that my initial understanding of the cloud was a disaster. At first, it was difficult to find a comprehensive definition, but I finally settled on one from the National Institute of Standards &...Read more
5 Things You Should Know About Continuous Deployment…by the Man Who Coined the Term
Tech Guru Timothy Fitz on making the jump to Continuous Deployment, the buzz around DevOps, and why GitHub has set back Software Departments by 5-10 years... BlazeMeter invited me to ask 5 key questions to Timothy Fitz - the man who coined and popularized Continuous Deployment. Here are the results: How would you...Read more
The Cloud Enables IoT – a Perfect Match and the Microsoft (Azure) Hackathon
IoT has been the hottest topic and buzz word within the technological community in recent years. While some of us think of IoT and the cloud as interdependent, the dependency is actually one directional. IoT cannot function without the infrastructure and countless possibilities that the cloud facilitates. Being a cloud blogger,...Read more
Modern IT Monitoring: API-Based and the Human Touch
Monitoring is what allows you to generate complete transparency of the online service that you’re responsible for, including cloud infrastructure, application functionality and SLA. Modern IT monitoring seems to be composed of two layers: an infrastructure layer and an application layer. On the infrastructure layer, VMs, network, and storage are...Read more
How IronSource Scales Node.js with Docker to Support Millions of Daily Users
[GUEST POST] ironSource is the world leading platform for software discovery, distribution, delivery and monetization. The solution consists of four cores – installCore, mobileCore, displayCore, and mediaCore – that connect software developers and users across platforms and devices. The infrastructure department’s responsibilities include handling data received from all of our platforms...Read more
What Cloud 2015 Holds: My Predictions and Hopes for Enterprises
2014: A Reflection 2014 has been a pivotal year in the enterprise tech world. Enterprise IT has begun to fully understand the cloud, and the development of a mutual understanding has grown. The cloud is, in turn, adjusting more and more to the features and traditional needs of enterprise  IT. My perspective...Read more
Salesforce Brings its Startup Program to Israel
The world’s maybe No. 1 CRM vendor and one of the cloud computing leaders, has launched a new program that focuses specifically on startups dubbed: Salesforce for Startups. The program was announced at Salesforce’s Dreamforce event this past October in San Francisco. The idea behind the program is to accompany...Read more
My Expectations for AWS reInvent 2014: Lots of People and 3 Announcements
This is my third re:Invent, and I feel lucky to have had the opportunity to attend all of the major AWS events thus far. It is evident that Amazon is disrupting the IT industry, and some very experienced bloggers in the field have told me that it is just a...Read more