CloudHero Recognized as CEE Rising Star Award Winner

Bucharest, Romania – December, 1st,  2022  – Amazon Web Services today announced the 2022 EMEA AWS Partner Award winners, recognizing leading AWS Partners in EMEA playing a key role helping customers drive innovation and build solutions on the AWS Cloud. The AWS Partner Awards recognize a wide range of born-in-the cloud, and traditional AWS ConsultingContinue reading “CloudHero Recognized as CEE Rising Star Award Winner”

CloudHero Achieves the AWS Service Delivery Designation for Amazon EKS

– CloudHero, a DevOps Consultancy and Professional Services Company, announced today that it has achieved the Amazon Web Service (AWS) Service Delivery designation for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), recognizing that CloudHero has proven success in helping customers architect, deploy, and operate containerized workloads on top of Amazon Kubernetes

VIDEO – AWS RoadShow Presentation

This video is a recording of the Tech Panel on “How to leverage AWS cloud-native technologies” at the Bucharest AWS Roadshow, powered by CloudHero on May 25th 2022. Learn more about the speakers Alex Bumbacea Software Engineer at Freshful by eMAG Vitalie Robu Backend Software Architect at Eturia Eduard Panfile Development Team Lead at Eturia

Kubernetes: Evenly Distribution of Pods Across Cluster Nodes

Managing Pods distribution across a cluster is hard. Pod affinity and anti-affinity feature of Kubernetes allows some control of Pod placement. However, these features only resolve part of Pods distribution use cases. There is a common need to distribute the Pods evenly across the cluster for high availability and efficient cluster resource utilization. As such, PodTopologySpread schedulingContinue reading “Kubernetes: Evenly Distribution of Pods Across Cluster Nodes”

Simple Development Environment with Vagrant and MicroK8S

The key to success in any application development lifecycle is to have as little discrepancies as possible between environments. Luckily, Kubernetes and Docker give you the necessary tools to achieve environment uniformization. Nonetheless, it was always challenging to create development environments that would work on any operating system, be it Linux, Windows, or MacOS. This short article will guide you through all the necessary steps to create your own development environment with Vagrant and MicroK8S on your laptop or PC.

Creating Users for your Kubernetes Cluster

When it comes to giving people from your organization access to your Kubernetes cluster, things can get a little tricky. Kubernetes does not have an authentication mechanism by default. By doing this, you get stuck with an admin certificate you must share with the developers. In consequence, this gives them access to all the resources in the cluster, which can create holes in your security policy.

Automating Database Cloning Using AWS and Kubernetes

At CloudHero, we face challenging situations each day when helping our customers in their digitalization and automation journey. One such challenge was automating the process of cloning the production database and anonymizing the data for development use. Specifically, maintenance is usually done only on the production database, and the staging one has stale data, so there are a lot of differences between the staging and the production environment. Here, we are going to generalize the problem, so we help you adapt these methods to your own use case.