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What’s new about Windows on AWS
Featuring Anil Erduran
Developing and Operating Microsoft Apps on Amazon Web Services = Did you know Microsoft and .NET workloads are fully supported on AWS? Did you know AWS provides many intrinsic capabilities to support developers, with integration into familiar IDEs, CI\CD tools and code repos?devops .net-core ci/cd .net cloud aws
AWS - ECS Fargate Hands-on-Lab with XebiaLabs
Featuring Vincent Partington
In this talk you can join us as we take an introspective look at a theme XebiaLabs have been delivering on over the last few sprints within XebiaLab's DevOps platform. Largely driven by a sense that they need to further reduce the overhead of enterprise tooling for the developer persona at...handson aws devops microservices automation serverless cloud
Of ELKs and Whales: Logging in a Microservices World
Featuring Daniel Berman
Logging remains one of the most valuable ways to troubleshoot and monitor our applications, but in software development today, the task has become extremely difficult due to the nature of modern environments. Join Daniel Berman as he tells us how to tackle these challenges at this month's...Cloud software-development docker microservices elks devops
The Reaper: Keeping a Rancher environment healthy and resilient
Featuring David Sanftenberg
In this talk we’ll reveal how we keep our Rancher environments healthy, and test their resilience at the same time, by taking a page from the Netflix playbook and proactively destroying and recreating hosts in our live production environments, with zero downtime.cloud microservices devops reaper
Scaling a Monitoring Strategy for a Microservices Architecture
Featuring Barry Laffoy
At this month's DevOps Underground, Barry Laffoy will talk on the difficulties of migrating our alerting strategy when migrating from the monolith to microservices, and how we struggled with scaling our monitoring policies as the number of services exploded. Don't miss it!Cloud monolith architecture microservices devops
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