These days, developers have a lot of cognitive load. You’re not just writing code, you’re playing around with cloud providers, troubleshooting Kubernetes, managing observability tools, making sure that your software is compliant with security best practices, and so much more… It’s not only you. It’s everyone
Load balancing is the process of distributing network traffic equally over a set of resources that support an application. Modern applications must process millions of users simultaneously and return the correct data in a fast and reliable way. To do that we distribute the network traffic equally which will result
Deployment is hard. You have to make sure that you are in the correct environment, with the correct variables, and finally, run the correct commands in order. Other things are hard too, like keeping code quality high with consistent testing, and linting. These kinds of things should be done automatically.