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AWS Amplify Release, GraphQL, and Recent Curated Links
This release kicked off this week in time for re:Invent and I put together a quick write up. Any questions, feel free to ping me via my contact form or better yet, just pop a question at me via the Twitters @Adron.Continue reading “AWS Amplify Release, GraphQL, and Recent Curated Links”
I Joined AWS, It’s Surreal, and Why
TLDR I joined Amazon Web Services on the 11th of October – i.e. AWS – and it rocks.
When you join Amazon you are signing up to learn a lot of things about the company and the ways in which the company gets things done. Before I get into all that, I’m going to tell you a bit about my career and what led me to Amazon. After all, it is surreal and unexpected for many that know me that I’m here. This relationship has definitely been a 2-way story, and one where it finally fit in a mutually beneficial way.
The Conversations and Samples of Multi-Cloud
Over the last few weeks the I’ve been putting together multi-cloud conversations and material related to multi-cloud implementation, conversations, and operational situations that exist today. I took a quick look at some of my repos on Github and realized I’d put together a multi-cloud Node.js sample app some time ago and should update it. I’ll get to that, hopefully, but I also stumbled into some tweets and other material I wanted to collect a few of them together.
Some Demo Code for Multi-Cloud
- DataStax Enterprise Deployed Multi-cloud Demo
- Our Killrvideo Reference Application Work @ DataStax which we’ll have more coverage of, blog entries, and related material coming out in the coming weeks about what we’ve been doing to make this reference application multi-cloud ready and then multi-cloud capable.
Conversations on Multi-cloud
- Mitchell Hashimoto of HashiCorp posted a well written comment/article on what he’s been seeing (for some time) on Reddit.
- A well worded tweet… lot’s of talk per Google’s somewhat underlying push for GKE on prem. Which means more clouds, more zones, and more multi-cloud options.
MyPOV: @googlecloud announces GKE on prem. It's just another zone.
Here's to #multicloud and a consistent approach across all deployment types
This is something @awscloud can't do which is a differentiator for hybrid models#GoogleNEXT18 #cio pic.twitter.com/CYoCZ8krZ5
— @ces R “Ray” Wang 王瑞光 #1A #RuleTheWorld #CES2021 (@rwang0) July 24, 2018
- Distributed Data Show Conversations
Leave a comment, tweet at me (@adron), let me know your thoughts or what you’re working on re: multi-cloud. I’m curious to learn about and know more war stories.
Top 4: “Nobody Reads Blogs… Except Everybody Read Blogs”
I know I know, the marketers say it’s all about the single articles now. Nobody reads blogs. Nobody subscribes to blogs. Ya know, except of course for that small percentage of people that do.
…marketing, it’ll make you insane if you’re not careful.
But seriously, here’s a few blogs that are actually worth reading. They’re worth subscribing to and surprisingly, they’re blogs that businesses organize and write. Yes, I have and might be writing for some of them in the future. But I’m honestly basing this list on a few specific criteria:
- The blog has to include some technical content that is important to getting kick started with their product and getting kick started with other tooling around their space.
- The blog has to include articles that have industry information that is relevant to conferences, meetups, and other community related activities.
Here’s my list of reads lately:
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