Apparently we are living through a time of disruptive innovation, with the creation of new value and the destruction of old norms. This presentation talks about the uses for maps to create Situational Awareness, aid Identification of Pain Points & then Strategising for the future.
Tag: Cloud Computing
AWS is the most popular and most widely used cloud platform in the world. This course will teach you design principles, including strategies for networking, storage, DNS, DBaaS, Monitoring, Load Balancing and much more.
Consul is a tool that provides Service Discovery, Distributed Failure Detection, and a Key/Value Store with support for multiple datacenters. In this course, you’ll learn how to use Consul to build scalable and reliable infrastructure.
Gene Kim, author of the Phoenix Project will share his favorite principles and prescriptive patterns to follow to replicate the extraordinary culture and outcomes enabling IT Operations can operate at scale and win in the marketplace.
Very interesting 12 episode podcast that discusses Distributed Architecture, CQRS, Event Sourcing, DDD. With Rinat Abdullin, Jonathan Oliver, Jimmy Bogard.
Imagine a new kind of cluster. One which takes control of new machines on the fly, deploys all your services in the right order, links related applications together, balances load, restarts and moves containers after failures. A cluster that is – figuratively speaking – becoming self aware.
Netflix’s world leading streaming service is comprised of hundreds of microservices. We will cover explicit technology choices we made for all of the microservices to work well together, and the lessons learned of things that don’t work well.
The rise of microservice-based applications has had many knock-on effects, not least on the complexity of monitoring your application.
Microservices are small services with independent lifecycles that work together. There is an underlying tension in that definition – how independent can you be when you have to be part of a whole?
i’m looking forward to taking this course – containers will be a key part of MicroService architecture operations (IMO!). originally posted on Pluralsight