We tend to talk about specific cloud vendor products, usually when there is something new and exciting to discuss.
Developers are used to high quality design in consumer products, so they expect the same when using business products. Why is this important and how do the big 3 cloud providers compare?
Google’s first day keynote did not go down well within the community, focusing on enterprise and with nothing really new to say, but it made up for it on the second day
Almost exactly a year ago, we heard that Spotify was working on a huge migration over to Google Cloud.
There’s no longer any good reason to run your own software.
Originally written for InfoWorld. For years, one of Google’s biggest differentiators has been its global infrastructure.
Nothing is 100% reliable. When designing application architecture, you have to assume there will be failures.
Originally written for InfoWorld. The term “dogfooding” is used to describe companies using their own products.
Everyone should have an expectation of being able to communicate with someone else in a verifiably secure manner.
Google and Microsoft might be generously helping the open source community, but there are real strategic reasons for their open source projects too