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.
Interesting Berlin AWS Group Meetup at EMnify last night: I learned a lot about CI/CD on AWS, figured out that AWS IoT might be already behind the elevators I use every day and I had the chance to talk about Amazon RDS Proxy. Thanks Arndt for organising the event and for the picture!
I played a bit with Amazon RDS Proxy, one of the announcements of the latest AWS re:Invent, now available in preview. I will share some thoughts at the AWS User Group Meetup in Berlin next week: “A first look at Amazon RDS Proxy”. Hope to see you there!