Article Roundup - May 3, 2019

Article Roundup

Tinder’s move to Kubernetes
If you are interested in Kubernetes or running applications using containers this article is worth a read. Tinder has moved to use Kubernetes instead of plain EC2 instances but ran into some significant hurdles along the way.

How healthy is the internet?
Mozilla has put out an “Internet Health Report” that has a collection of articles and research around various topics related to the internet and technology today. There is a lot here, but it is worth a look to see if anything interests you.

Fighting vendor lock-in and designing testable serverless apps using hexagonal architecture
Vendor lock-in is something many organizations are concerned with, and especially with serverless functions. After all, each vendor/technology does them a little differently. However, if you use the right software architecture and build automated tests you can drastically reduce the effort required to switch to a different serverless technology.