Last week I wrote a post on enabling KMS encryption for a running Amazon RDS instance for the Open Source Database Community Blog of Percona . Glad to share with the amazing Percona community how at Funambol we encrypted dozens of Amazon RDS instances without significant downtime. You can read the post here.
Curious about how software developers can manage location-based services when dealing with disputed territories or partially recognized states? We will see how things can go badly wrong, how (surprisingly) widespread the problem is discuss simple patterns on how to minimize the impacts of geolocation challenges. How can you really care about all your users around the world? Join me next Monday at 5PM at Factory Berlin Mitte (event for Factory members only)
Here are the abstract and the slides of my talk “Do not press that Button: Operational Challenges of relational Databases on the Cloud” at the DevOps Conference 2018 in Berlin this week.
You can find the full interview on JAXenter.
Very happy I had the chance today to talk at re:publica on a topic I care about, how can software developers manage location-based services when dealing with disputed territories or partially recognized states: “the (accidental) developer in disputed territories“. Here are slides of my talk this afternoon, while still enjoying the party at STATION Berlin.
After going through two iterations of the AWS Certified Security – Specialty Beta, I am happy the results are finally out and I can celebrate and hold one more AWS certification.
Here are the abstract and the slides of my talk “Architectures on the cloud: from traditional deployments to serverless architectures” at the 14. Studencki Festiwal Informatyczn in Kraków this week.
Thanks Kraków for a very interesting and inspirational conference.
Architectures on the cloud: from traditional deployments to serverless architectures is the title of my talk at the SFI in Krakow. Looking forward to April 5th and a great conference in Poland! The full abstract is available here.