vBrownBag TechTalks at VMware Explore 2023
We had some awesome TechTalks at Explore in 20222, many with standing-room-only! It is great to be back in person. We will be back at Explore again this year, both in Las Vegas and Barcelona. The TechTalk submission form is available here. Submissions for the US conference close on 31 May to be in the[…]
Episode Followup – Introduction to Infrastructure as Code (IaC) with Pulumi
Old friend of the show Scott Lowe is Principal Technical Content Engineer at Pulumi and in this episode he talks about the value of infrastructure as code (IaC) and gives us a LIVE DEMO! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottslowe/ https://twitter.com/scott_lowe https://youtu.be/slSTXUm8npc
Episode Followup – Once More Into The Breach by Renaldi Gondosubroto
Renaldi Gondosubroto is a developer advocate for cloud security as well as an AWS Community Builder and joins us today with his talk Once More Into the Breach, establishing a secure coding culture in an era of continuous threats. Renaldi is a software developer, enjoys ethical hacking, and enjoys sharing his knowledge and insights at[…]
Episode Followup – Using Cloudflare Tunnels for Self-Hosted Apps with Chris Colotti
Chris Colotti is Principal Solutions Architect at Cohesity and in this episode: We all run some kind of self-hosted apps, and we’ve probably been accessing them remotely in similar ways, but there’s a new much more secure, and easy way to access all these self-hosted applications using CloudFlare Tunnels and CloudFlare Access which is FREE![…]
Episode Followup – Building Loosely Coupled & Scalable Backends Using AWS Serverless with Lakindu Hewawasam
Lakindu Hewawasam is a Software Engineer at Enlear and in this episode, we talk about the proper way to scale serverless architectures using AWS services and some lessons learned from his previous projects! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lakindu-hewawasam/ https://twitter.com/lakinduhewa
Episode Followup – State of AWS Survey with AWS Hero Peter Sankauskas
Peter Sankauskas is CPTO at Hustle, and in this episode, we go through an AWS survey that he built to help gain a greater understanding of which AWS services are the superstars and which ones aren’t getting as much attention from users! Resources: https://answersforaws.com https://twitter.com/pas256
Episode Followup – Getting Started with Zero Trust in AWS with Lahiru Hewawasam
Lahiru Hewawasam is Global Cyber Security Operations Lean at Axiata Digital Labs and in this episode, we talk about zero trust architecture within the AWS cloud! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lahiru962/ https://twitter.com/LahiruHewaa
Episode Followup – Decomposing Terraform for Multiple Clouds with Rob Hirschfeld
Rob Hirschfeld is CEO of RackN, and in this episode, we go through the pros and cons of Terraform and how to leverage it for use in Multiple clouds! Resources: Infrastructure as Code at Enterprise Scale?> https://youtu.be/bmPCSsAMayw Building templates from scratch > https://youtu.be/EfJ0d9pr16k Digital Rebar playlist > https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXPBeIrpXjfigvrXEQIJxXmFdTHqobooH https://fosstodon.org/@email@example.com https://twitter.com/zehicle
Episode Followup – The Lambda Sidecar Pattern for Kubernetes Event-Driven Architecture with AWS Hero Ken Collins
Ken Collins is an AWS Serverless Hero and a Staff Engineer for Custom Ink, and in this episode, he takes us through software design patterns, Kubernetes, and AWS Lambda! Resources: https://www.linkedin.com/in/metaskills/
Episode Followup – Building a To-Do checklist with Django and Bulma CSS
Fafa, aka, Python King, will show us how to build a simple to-do checklist application with Python. Although this could seem like a simple thing to do, it will be an easy way to introduce you into some tools and resources needed to build an application in Python using Django and Bulma CSS Resources: https://github.com/UffaModey
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