Michael Herman (@MikeHerman) continues our Python For DevOps series how to use Python, Docker, and AWS Fargate to run a Flask microservice! It’s a lot of knowledge in 46 minutes to hang on tight! Resources: https://gitlab.com/testdriven/flask-tdd-docker/tree/aws-fargate https://testdriven.io/courses/tdd-flask/ https://testdriven.io/ https://realpython.com/ https://mherman.org/ https://github.com/mjhea0
In the middle of September, we had another fun Build Day Live event. This time, we deployed the NetApp HCI platform and the NetApp Kubernetes on top of the HCI. Be sure to take a look at all of the videos from the Build Day Live with NetApp in Boulder as well as the event home page. We all enjoyed our time in Boulder, a beautiful central city with the Rocky Mountains rising up directly to the west of town. I have wanted to look at the process of deploying this HCI platform since I was convinced that HCI isn’t really about having the compute and storage cluster on the same servers. The NetApp HCI uses compute-only hypervisor hosts, and then shared storage using the scale-out Element storage OS from the SolidFire platform. Other HCI platforms use storage inside the hypervisor hosts, and so the storage cluster overlaps the compute cluster. With NetApp, there are two separate clusters, but the management is unified, it overlaps.[…]
Eric Matthes (@ehmatthes), author of the best seller Python Crash Course, continues our Python For DevOps series, shares baby pics of himself, and does a live coding exercise using the requests module and threading! Resources: https://ehmatthes.github.io/pcc_2e https://ehmatthes.github.io https://nostarch.com/pythoncrashcourse2e
Tom Burge (@vcixninja) continues our Python For DevOps series with a look at vRA Cloud, VMware CodeStream, & Flask Resources: https://github.com/tomburge/dice-data-collector https://github.com/tomburge/ https://tomburge.org/
Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy), host of the Talk Python To Me Podcast (@TalkPython) continues our Python For DevOps series with a presentation on how to use the async and await keywords to increase performance! Resources: https://github.com/mikeckennedy/async-await-jetbrains-webcast https://github.com/mikeckennedy/wakeup https://training.talkpython.fm/ https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/
Wow. Another whirlwind VMworld US is over. As you expect, we made a massive amount of TechTalks, nearly 70 presentations for over 17 hours of finished video! The full playlist is here on YouTube. Thank you to all of the presenters who shared their knowledge and experience with the community. Thanks also to my crew[…]
Paul Everitt (@paulweveritt) continues our Python For DevOps series with a fantastic presentation on how to debug your code using a visual interface, and he uses a video game to demonstrate! Resources: https://github.com/pauleveritt/visual_debugging
Katie Kodes (@KatieKodes) continues our Python For DevOps series with an amazing discussion on methods for using Python and the Pandas Library to more easily get to the data you need! Resources: https://katiekodes.com/vbb19 https://repl.it https://codebunk.com/ https://katiekodes.com/setup-python-windows-anaconda https://jvns.ca/blog/good-questions
With just a few days to go, our last sponsor is Rubrik. Like a few smart businesses, Rubrik has employed vBrownBag crew members and TechTalk presenters! You never know where you will end up when you start sharing with the community, it is usually better than before. While you are at VMworld, be sure to[…]
Chris Williams kicks off the Python For DevOps series discussing the basics Resources: Automate the Boring Stuff by Al Sweigart https://www.twitter.com/AlSweigart Modern Python 3 Bootcamp (Colt Steele) – Udemy Python for Everybody – py4e.com https://www.twitter.com/drchuck Python Crash Course (Eric Matthes) https://www.twitter.com/ehmatthes https://www.codecombat.com http://docs.python.org/3/tutorial http://wiki.python.org/main/BeginnersGuide/NonProgrammers Talk Python to Me podcast https://www.twitter.com/mkennedy http://pythontutor.com
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