This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: Everything You Should Know About MLOps
“87% of data science projects never make it into production”, VentureBeat AI reported in 2019. Lack of access to adequate data, not having the right talents, solving the wrong problems, and following a fallacious model development process are some of the many issues responsible for this appalling rate of failure.
Of the four key points mentioned, especially for commercial ML solution providers, an erroneous development process happens to be more defiling to the maturity of a data science or machine learning project from data sourcing…
This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: When Not To Use Kubernetes?
Kubernetes is the most widely used orchestration system for large-scale containerized software. Amidst the maturity of cloud computing and the technologies it introduced, many developers and organizations believe their tech stack is not complete without Kubernetes. If you engage in technology discussion forums or pay attention to technology news, it feels like everybody is running on Kubernetes or, at least, talking about how they want to move all their workloads to Kubernetes; that they can’t efficiently manage their applications without it. …
Continue reading this news on Kubernetes: Malicious Actors Exploiting Misconfigured Argo Workflows
AWS, in a press release, on July 19, 2021, announced the release of a generally available version of Amazon EBS io2 Block Express volumes, a cloud-based Storage Area Network (SAN) that would serve as a frugal, more reliable, and easily manageable alternative to costly on-premises SANS.
Bitdefender security researchers have uncovered threat activity originating back to at least 2020. The Romanian threat actors’ perceived objective is to infect Linux systems with Monero mining malware.
Continue reading this news on Researchers Raise the Alarm on the Linux Cryptojacking Campaign
In early July, the US and UK authorities uncovered a brute-force dark web campaign launched by hackers related to…
This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: State of Kubernetes Security Report
The report questions Kubernetes and cloud native professionals to assess the rate of adoption of the technologies and the security challenges accompanied by them.
This year’s edition presents survey results from over 500 respondents, with the majority of them being product development, engineering, and operations personnel.
25% of the respondents work in companies with 1–100 company size while 24% and 21% work in companies within the sizes of 101–1000 and 10,000+ respectively- with preponderance (54%) of the companies in the Education industry.
For the 2021 edition…
This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: Best 9 Books To Start Your MLOps Journey
MLOps is a systematic operationalization of machine learning workflows. It is the practice of applying DevOps and ITOps practice to data science, AI, machine learning workflows to make the process efficient, flexible, reproducible, and manageable.
This article is a handpicked list of some of the best books you should read as a data scientist, machine learning engineer, DevOps engineer, and project manager to learn about the practice and practically apply it to machine learning workflows.
This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: K3d vs k3s vs Kind vs Microk8s vs Minikube
Developed by Google, Kubernetes is an open source platform for automating deployment, scaling, management, and orchestration of containerized applications. It offers an easy system for managing containers across multiple servers with polished load balancing and resource allocation to ensure each application runs optimally.
Although Kubernetes is built to run in the cloud, IT professionals and developers run it on their local computers for various reasons. Running it locally helps them to quickly try the technology out to “feel the waters” without getting…
This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: Demystifying The DevOps Career
The traditional software development life cycle involves two primary teams: the software development team and the IT operations team. The software development team develops the application and tests it on their machine while the IT operations teams deploy the code, configure and manage the servers. A DevOps Engineer sits right between these two teams.
More than a job, DevOps, in itself, is a mindset, a culture, and a set of practices that encourages the development and operations team to work collaboratively for more productivity and improved business…
This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: Top 14 Kubernetes Service Meshes
Microservice, Kubernetes, and distributed architecture have become a norm for scalable applications and enterprise business solutions. With distributed services, managing the communication and networking between each service is difficult — and service meshes prove to help solve it.
Service Meshes uses a proxy to provide a dedicated infrastructure layer for facilitating and securing service-to-service communication between microservices.