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 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!
You can find my slides here.
The slides of my talk today at Codemotion Berlin 2019 are below.
Inspiring day at the Kulturbrauerei, listening to Hadi Hariri’s keynote and talking about my experience and challenges running relational databases on AWS.
But almost all a chance for my daughter to play Mission to the moon at Codemotion Kids. Well done Codemotion!
In less than two weeks, Codemotion will be back in Berlin!
I am thrilled to be back on stage at the Kulturbrauerei, just a few minutes from where I live, and talk about my experiences and challenges running relational databases on AWS: “Look Mom No Hands! Moving from a managed relational database to a serverless one”
You can find the abstract of my talk on the site, see you there! #CodemotionBerlin19