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Scalable job processing with KEDA in Kubernetes

KEDA is a Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaler. In this blog, you will see how we migrated a legacy integration service into Kubernetes and use KEDA for scaling. It explains a solution for short and long-running jobs that responds fast, is running resilient against deployments, and will be controlled based on load.

by Ralf Wehner / Backend, Infrastructure

Scaling Infrastructure Provisioning

Finding the balance between team autonomy and having an infrastructure team is hard. This post shares our approach to having a dedicated infrastructure team, while enabling product engineering teams to quickly provision their required infrastructure via a simple API.

by Yannick Epstein / Infrastructure

Ode to Kanban

Defining and measuring business outcomes is one of the most important challenges we need to tackle in order to sustainably generate value. Kanban holds a lot for agile software development and is worth having a look at.

by Juliane M. / Culture

Integration API Visualiser

Integration API Visualiser is an experimental project to demonstrate an alternative UI for Integration API. The goals of the experiment is to improve readability of large, complex Integration API processors

by Aravind Metku / Frontend