This is a long-form post breaking down the setup author uses to run a SaaS. From load balancing to cron job monitoring to payments and subscriptions. There’s a lot of ground to cover, so buckle up! By Anthony N. Simon.
In this article author talks about a low-stress, one-person company that he runs from his flat in Germany. It’s fully self-funded, and author likes to take things slow. It’s probably not what most people imagine when somebody says “tech startup”.
The article content:
- A bird’s eye view
- Automatic DNS, SSL, and Load Balancing
- Automated rollouts and rollbacks
- Let it crash
- Horizontal autoscaling
- Static assets cached by CDN
- Application data caching
- Per endpoint rate-limiting
- Running scheduled jobs
- Keeping secrets
- Kubernetes manifests for app deployments
…and much more. You will get plenty of charts and links to services author uses. Nice one![Read More]