Microservices anti-patterns are not always technical; they are often caused by how people approach building a system. This blog post goes into some of the most relevant anti-pattens we encountered building microservice architectures. Read more
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In this blog, Sarunas discusses how to use Terraform to create Google Cloud Functions and describes Terraform code in depth, with examples. Read more
Events and commands are essential building blocks of event-driven systems. This blog post aims to have a pragmatic look at the different roles they play in event-sourced architectures Read more
All AWS, All managed service, All the way from source to production. A step by step guide to deploying "serverless" containers using Fargate ECS and Codepipeline. Read more
In this article, we take a (belated) look at the implications of the “AWS Privatelink for Customer and Partner services” announcement at Re:Invent 2017 and how it impacts the delivery of PaaS services on AWS. Read more
In this blog post our Senior DevOps Consultant, Maartens aims to show that Machine Learning is not just about Deep Learning frameworks & complex neural networks. He introduces machine learning to DevOps and IT engineers in a simple, pragmatic way, with code examples. Read more
The Jupyter Project: Python, Notebooks, and Hubs The last few years have seen Python emerge as a lingua franca for data scientists. Alongside Python we have also witnessed the rise of Read more
Cockroach Labs, the creators of CockroachDB are coming to London for the first time since their 1.0 GA Release in May 2017. They will be taking time to talk about Read more
The recent 0.10.0 release of HashiCorp Terraform, saw a significant change to the way Providers are managed. Specifically, the single open source code repository for Terraform has been divided into Read more
Recently, the sad news has emerged that Basho, which developed the Riak distributed database, has gone into receivership. This would appear to present a problem for those who have adopted Read more