Reports from the Field
Recently, I built up a local development environment that uses Docker for some critical integration test paths. As I put the finishing touches on this work, I realized there were some far-reaching implications that I had not taken into consideration before I started down this road, namely:
Cloud Providers like AWS provide tools to allow you to build your own deployment pipeline. In the first post of a series on NoOps philosophies, we investigate some of the unknowns in rolling your own deployment services with AWS.
With all the hype of serverless, it can be difficult to differentiate between real value and marketing fluff. This post seeks to examine the purported benefits of serverless presented in the "Serverless Manifesto" to help you understand if serverless is the right tool for you needs.
In The Olden Days™ of web development, a single FTP server and a bash script were all that was necessary to deploy and serve an application. If it worked on your machine, it was good enough for the rest of the connected world.
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