DevOps

DevOps Day - A Successful Cloud Source Meetup
06 Aug

DevOps Day - A Successful Cloud Source Meetup

A Meetup hosted by SourceFuse on 26th July 2019 Continuing our convention of hosting a Meetup every few weeks, we organized our 3rd DevOps Day last week. The topics chosen were decided on popular demand. HIPAA Workloads on AWS and Scaling Kubernetes Cluster. We started celebrating DevOps Days as an initiative towards bringing together techies and newbies to sit together and…


18 Jun

Windows Workloads on AWS - Cloud Source Meetup

A Meetup hosted by SourceFuse on 8th June’19 We recently organized a Meetup on the theme ‘Windows Workloads on AWS’. The agenda of the meetup was to invite young, talented & inspiring developers, testers, Solution Architects and many other Cloud enthusiasts to learn & discuss ‘Microsoft workloads on AWS’. For the very first time, we invited our Meetup Group, Cloud…


DevOps at SourceFuse
11 Mar

DevOps – What It Is and Why You Need It

DevOps, what is it? DevOps is the accumulation of people, tools, and processes. Meant to improve upon legacy software development practices through increased speed and flexibility between the business and the development side of IT. Eliminating rigid operations and distributed ownership. According to Amazon Web Services, DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies,…


DevOps Competency
08 Mar

AWS DevOps Competency

It’s official. We (SourceFuse) have earned our AWS DevOps Competency Even though we’ve been an AWS partner and in the APN ecosystem for years, we finally got our ducks in line and applied for our DevOps Competency. The process made us organize ourselves and bring some of our capabilities to the forefront to prepare for our AWS audit. AWS DevOps Competency The cobbler’s…


30 Oct

Microservices Design & Development explained (Case Study)

This case study discusses how SourceFuse implemented One Call’s Driver Network using microservices architecture. Pros and Cons of adopting microservices architecture will also be explored. This paper also details on how nonfunctional requirements like reliability, efficiency, logging, etc are being handled in this implementation of a microservices architecture.…


20 Oct

Lambda Love

About an year ago I blogged about how we first used AWS Lambda to power the video effects engine of a video ad tech product we built for a client. The love affair with Amazon’s serverless offering since then has blossomed. Not only did we save a ton of money for our clients by reducing wastage and DevOps cost but we were able to really embrace the microservices architecture…


24 Jul

Web Hosting Explained: How to find the perfect hosting service for your website

We live in the age of “The Internet”. Today everyone wants their business to be online. Having an online website gives a face to your business and helps attract more customers. Nowadays it is very easy and affordable to own a website. CMS platforms like WordPress are absolutely free and easy to use. Domain costs are getting cheaper by the day and a good shared hosting account…