Blogs

Fast-track your old school Jenkins architecture with Kubernetes

Why is Jenkins so famous? It is well known that Jenkins is one of the first Java-based open-source automation testing tools that appeared in the market before the cloud era. It allows developers to test their products or software on-the-go. It also offers a wide range of plugins for continuous integration and delivery. Many developers...

Telehealth – Innovations & Technology Trends

In the current COVID era, telehealth suddenly seems to come into an unexpected prominence. The health industry has been trying to bridge the gap of unmatched demand and supply for many years, and telehealth is one promising solution.  However, over the years, the momentum has not favored this solution. The current lockdown restrictions the world...

Legacy Application Modernization – The Need And Approach To Successful Product Modernization

Everything has a life and software applications are no exception.  Legacy application modernization, re-hosting, re-platforming, re-factoring are few buzzwords being heard around the software industry. From ISVs to enterprises, everyone is talking about them. In a typical product life cycle, every product reaches a stage where it needs to modernize. We have seen even computationally...

Booting CentOS from UEFI

Basic Input Output System (BIOS) is firmware that sits between hardware and software. BIOS initializes all hardware components like CPU, RAM, graphics cards, peripherals etc. it then performs Power On Self Test (POST) to ensure everything is working correctly. It then looks for bootable device and hands over control to the OS. Thus, BIOS has...

Open Banking and its Effect on Banking and Fintech

Open Banking is an evolving and innovative norm in consumer banking. Open Banking refers to providing access to consumer banking through the use of Application programming interfaces (APIs) to third-party service providers. This provides open access to banking transactions and other financial data from Banks and NBFCs. This enables networking of accounts by consumers, financial...

NetDevOps: Methodology and Business Use Cases

Networking involves two primary teams, namely network development engineers and network operations engineers. These two teams have different responsibilities. The development team works on code development and testing, whereas the operations team deals with the environment, IT architecture, deployment, availability, etc. Traditionally there are silos across these teams, and multiple hands-off are involved while taking...