For the next couple of weeks, I’m visiting my in-laws in South America. As nice as it is to travel, I also find myself with the laptop open at 8 PM, and thought I would write this little post on
Lots of goodies out today. Here’s a round-up of announcements from Amazon AWS re:Invent.
Amazon AWS FarGate – Managed Containers
Amazon Neptune – Graph Database at Cloud Scale
Amazon EKS – Managed Kubernetes Containers
Amazon Translate – Real Time
Over the last few months, I’ve been creating more and more of helpful guides for students of my courses.One guide that you might find helpful is one where we go through step-by-step setting up a Linux VM. And to make
Hundreds of companies provide their employees access to Udemy as part of their employee training benefits. Is yours one?If so, you already have access to my Enterprise Architecture and Microsoft Azure courses for free!All you need to do is log
Back in March, I wrote about the poor Amazon engineer who accidentally brought down a portion of the Internet by removing a larger than expected number of servers from operation in AWS S3. That made for a bad day.
Today a student in my 70-532 course, Pankaj, asked about the difference between Paas, IaaS, and SaaS within Azure. Specifically he wanted some examples, so let me list a few.
I found this helpful diagram that might set up this
Hundreds of companies provide their employees access to Udemy as part of their employee training benefits. Is yours one?
If so, you already have access to my Enterprise Architecture and Microsoft Azure courses for free!
All you need to do
I came across this slide today, and it made me think. “What is a cloud architect, really?”
It says, “A cloud architect is an IT professional who is responsible for overseeing a company’s cloud computing strategy. This includes cloud
“We are still in the first minutes of the first day of the Intelligence revolution. In this keynote, Dr. Joseph Sirosh will present 5 solutions (and their implementations) that the intelligent cloud delivers. Join us in this keynote to
Interesting Forbes article about Azure:
Azure, currently, is the only major cloud platform that is consistently ranked as a leader for infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and software-as-a-service (SaaS).
Source: A Close Look At Microsoft’s Azure Cloud, Part 1: Cloud Computing