More stuff on cloud and service architecture.
- A dissection of our favorite folk architecture
I’m fascinated by the lore and mystery behind microservices. As a concept, microservices feels like one of the most interesting folk architectures of the modern era. It’s useful enough to be applied widely across different usage patterns and also vague enough to mean many different things.
- DevOps vs SRE: delayed coverage of the dumbest war
I’m not personally pissed off by the google SRE book, actually, just a little bemused at how legitimately unaware they seem to be about … anything else that the industry has been doing over the past 10 years.
- Stack Overflow: A Technical Deconstruction
One of the reasons I love working at Stack Overflow is we’re allowed encouraged to talk about almost anything out in the open.
- The Children’s Illustrated Guide to Kubernetes
Introducing Phippy, an intrepid little PHP app, and her journey to Kubernetes.
- So You Wanna Go On-prem Do Ya
If you run a successful SaaS platform, at some point someone is going to come to you with the question: can I run it myself? If you’re considering offering a private version of your SaaS, this post might be for you.
- PCI Compliance in the Public IaaS Cloud: How I Did It
Over the past few years, I have heard many folks assert that one can be a PCI-compliant merchant using public IaaS cloud, and I have heard just as many state that it’s not possible. In retrospect, I have found most of them – including myself – to be misinformed.
- Video, Keynote NDC Sydney 2016: “If I knew then what I know now…” – Scott Hanselman