Posts tagged ‘DevOps’

Are your Ops tools encrypted?

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By Sherry Wei
Founder and CTO, Aviatrix
December 12, 2017

We recently did a survey on popular DevOps tools and discovered some normal stuff — most of them are client server based; also learned something new — most of them are not encrypted. Tools like Chef, Puppet, Jenkins, etc, where data packets between client and server travel in clear text. Typically in a cloud deployment, there is a shared service VPC or management VPC where DevOps tools are deployed. Application instances are hosted in spoke VPCs. Most of the application images have agents installed, enabling them to be managed by servers residing in the management VPC. DevOps tools, either for build, configuration or test,…


Cloud Network Architecture for Online and Mobile Gaming

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By Sherry Wei
Founder and CTO, Aviatrix
April 2, 2017

If your job is to build infrastructure for a gaming company, your priority is to keep the games up and running with great performance — making sure all event logs are properly setup, those logs are forwarded for analytics, and using scripting tools to manage new games as well as new software releases. And as such, networking in the cloud may be the last thing on your mind, indeed, cloud networking should become a substrate that you don’t have to worry about so you may focus your time on the real stuff, the games.

Where would you start? How do you build a cloud network for gaming? What is a good network architecture?