A cargo ship and a sailboat are different ways to cross the ocean. They both have different strengths and limitations but usually reach port safely. Unless you swap crews and put the chief engineer in charge of the spinnaker.
Cloud providers are not different, they have their own strengths and limitations. Just make sure you have the right crew in place when you start a cloud migration. Not reaching dock or asking for help in the middle of the ocean can be costly.
Today I was back for “Devs Lunch Box” at Codemotion, talking about one of my favorite topics in the database world. You can find the recording of my short presentation “What is a serverless database?”here. The slides are available too.
A few devops conferences still go ahead, fully remotely, and it was a pleasure yesterday to be part of DevOps Pro Europe. Here are the slides and the video of my talk “Serverless Databases: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”.
How to run MySQL on AWS – the recording of my short talk for Codemotion “Devs Lunch Box” is now available on the Codemotion platform. In about 10 minutes, I covered the main ways to deploy a MySQL (or a PostgreSQL) database on the largest cloud provider.