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A Podcast About Cloud Native Software Development, AWS, and Distributed Systems

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Hands On AWS - Massively Scalable Image Hosting Using S3 and CloudFront - Part 2

Jul 8 • 41:13
In this episode, we cover the following topics:
  • We discuss the features and limitations of serving files directly from S3.
  • We then talk about how CloudFront can address many of S3's limitations. In particular, CloudFront is performant, inexpensive and allows us to use custom CNAMEs with TLS encryption.
  • How to create a secure CloudFront distribution for files hosted in S3.
  • What...

Hands On AWS - Massively Scalable Image Hosting Using S3 and CloudFront - Part 1

Jul 1 • 43:25
In this episode, we cover the following topics:
  • A common feature for web apps is image upload. And we all know the "best practices" for how to build this feature. But getting it right can be tricky.
  • We start off by discussing the problem space, and what we want to solve. A key goal is to have a solution that is massively scalable while being cost-effective.
  • We outline the gen...

Replay of Ep 43 - The Birth of NoSQL and DynamoDb – Part 5

Apr 15 • 42:42
Show DetailsJon Christensen and Chris Hickman of Kelsus and Rich Staats of Secret Stache conclude their series on the birth of NoSQL and DynamoDB. They compare the NoSQL database, Leviathan, created by Chris’s startup in the late 1990s to today’s DynamoDB. A lot of things haven’t changed, even though technology has evolved. It’s cyclical. There are patterns and problems th...

Replay of Ep 42 - The Birth of NoSQL and DynamoDb – Part 4

Apr 8 • 41:05
Show Details

What’s under the hood of Amazon’s DynamoDB? Jon Christensen and Chris Hickman of Kelsus continue their discussion on DynamoDB, specifically about it’s architecture and components. They utilize a presentation from re:Invent titled, Amazon DynamoDB Under the Hood: How we built a hyper-scale database.  Some of the highlights of the show include:
  • Partition keys and ...

Replay of Ep 41 - The Birth of NoSQL and DynamoDb – Part 3

Apr 1 • 29:40
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Jon Christensen and Chris Hickman of Kelsus and Rich Staats of Secret Stache continue their discussion on the birth of NoSQL and DynamoDB. They examine DynamoDB’s architecture and popularity as a solution for Internet-scale databases. 
Some of the highlights of the show include:
  • Challenges, evolution, and reasons associated with Internet-scale data
  • DynamoDB has be...

Replay of Ep 40 - The Birth of NoSQL and DynamoDb – Part 2

Mar 25 • 33:23
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Jon Christensen and Rich Staats learn about Chris Hickman’s first venture-backed startup (circa 1998) and its goal to build a database for Internet-scale applications. His story highlights what software is all about – history repeating itself because technology/software is meant to solve problems via new tools, techniques, and bigger challenges at bigger scales...

Replay of Ep 39 - The Birth of NoSQL and DynamoDB

Mar 18 • 33:01
Chris Hickman and Jon Christensen of Kelsus and Rich Staats from Secret Stache offer a history lesson on the unique challenges of data at “Internet scale” that gave birth to NoSQL and DynamoDB. How did AWS get to where it is with DynamoDB? And, what is AWS doing now? 
Some of the highlights of the show include:
  • Werner’s Worst day at Amazon: Database system crashes during Sup...

Replay of Ep 14. Stop Worrying About Cloud Lock-in

Mar 11 • 27:29
Original Show Notes:
At the recent Gluecon event, a popular topic centered around how to prevent Cloud Lock-in. Chris Hickman and Jon Christensen of Kelsus and Rich Staats from Secret Stache discuss why you your time is better spent focusing on one cloud provider. If/when Cloud Lock-in becomes an issue, you will have the resources to deal with it.

Some of the highlights of t...

Learn cloud native software development by podcast

Mar 9 • 02:15

Automate all the things - Updating container secrets using CloudWatch Events + Lambda

Mar 4 • 01:08:15
In this episode, we cover the following topics:
  • Developing a system for automatically updating containers when secrets are updated is a two-part solution. First, we need to be notified when secrets are updated. Then, we need to trigger an action to update the ECS service.
  • CloudWatch Events can be used to receive notifications when secrets are updated. We explain CloudWatch E...

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