So we are trying to transmute our old application platform into a cloud-native platform. We looked at Pulumi for standing up our infrastructure using our favorite programming language. However, where are we going to store the actual code for our application and infrastructure?
Alright, it is time for me to migrate my on-prem application to the cloud. If we are using “alchemy” terms, we want to “transmute” the applications. Moving to the cloud doesn’t mean that my applications will just float in the aether. My applications will be on someone else’s infrastructure. This can be a pain…. but… Continue reading “Cloud Alchemy” – Pulumi, standing up infrastructure with actual code
It has only been 10 days. 10 days, 3 shootings, 32 lives lost (as of this writing), and many more lives and communities forever devastated. This feeling is becoming all too familiar and it should NOT be familiar. No one should have a speech ready to go whenever a tragedy like this occurs but it… Continue reading No More Moments of Silence!
We are living in the age of Cloud Native. Seriously, read any tech blog or listen to any tech podcast and you won’t be able to escape terms like “Cloud Native”, “Kubernetes”, “Containerization”, “Canary”, “Service Mesh”, etc. Many of these terms can be found in the CNCF Glossary.
Deploying web applications should be easy, like ridiculously easy. Why do I need to become an NGINX/Apache expert and a Linux Admin just to deploy an application? This has been the pain point for many developers and has left people looking for solutions.
As I write more about about Serverless Eventing, some people has asked me what it actually looks like. Admittedly, I tend to be more verbal than visual as graphics have never been my strong suit. So in this post, I decided to create a diagram to attempt to explain not just WHAT Serverless Eventing is… Continue reading Serverless Eventing – Eventing Diagram