Romexsoft DevOps Blog

Latest blogs, recommendations, and insights from Romexsoft's Team on DevOps

The Best 10 Tools For AWS Monitoring And Optimization

The Best 10 Tools For AWS Monitoring And Optimization

Application owners know from experience that they need to launch lots of tools and services to bring a single product to the market. Sometimes, it…

What is Serverless? Serverless Computing Explained

What is Serverless?

Garden owners’ biggest delight is to enjoy the beauty of nature. Most likely, they don’t want to worry about endless manual work, buying more and…

DevOps Testing – Approaches and Tools

DevOps testing AWS

Application and software market is continuously growing and changing. Organizations compete to achieve higher velocity at delivering software to their customers. However, it’s not only…

How to merge DevOps and Cloud Development

DevOps and Cloud Development

In this fast-paced world that we live in, there is nothing more important than staying relevant. When talking about developing a successful application, you should…

What are Microservices? Microservices Examples

Developers use microservices to build scalable and functional applications piece by piece. Such architectures help deliver a more complex app structure without trying to create…

10 Ways to Reduce your AWS Bill

AWS cost-reduction practices

One of the main reasons why companies decide to switch from in-house hardware to cloud solutions is the major cost reduction. But, while you get…

What is AWS DevOps?

What is DevOps? Romexsoft

To get a better grasp of what is DevOps, let’s take a look at some ‘cultural’ underpinnings fostering the creation of this new IT movement,…

DevOps Team Structure and Best Practice

DevOps Team Structure and Best Practice

    Do you want to know what DevOps structure will work for your business and what will not?
    Here you can read about the benefits of each DevOps structure pattern and get some insights on their peculiarities and efficiency.
    The things you should by all means take into consideration are your company’s size, structure, and business needs.