The cloud has enabled a large variety of software and software-enabled infrastructure options for application development. It's hard to get lost in the variety of shapes and sizes of offerings available. ECS EKS, Lambda, Fargate Azure functions, Google Cloud Containers. IT complexity is a real issue.
And this means we need better tools to help us simplify our complex cloud infrastructure options.
In this episode, I talk with Tim Holm, CTO of Nitric, a company that is trying to solve this exact problem.
Lee Atchison is a software architect, author, public speaker, and recognized thought leader on cloud computing and application modernization. His most recent book, Architecting for Scale (O’Reilly Media), is an essential resource for technical teams looking to maintain high availability and manage risk in their cloud environments. Lee has been widely quoted in multiple technology publications, including InfoWorld, Diginomica, IT Brief, Programmable Web, CIO Review, and DZone, and has been a featured speaker at events across the globe.
Take a look at Lee's many books, courses, and articles by going to leeatchison.com.
Looking to modernize your application organization?
Check out Architecting for Scale. Currently in it's second edition, this book, written by Lee Atchison, and published by O'Reilly Media, will help you build high scale, highly available web applications, or modernize your existing applications. Check it out! Available in paperback or on Kindle from Amazon.com or other retailers.
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LinkedIn Learning Courses
Are you looking to become an architect? Or perhaps are you looking to learn how to drive your organization towards better utilization of the cloud? Are you you looking for ways to help you utilize a Cloud Center of Excellence in your organization?
I have a whole series of cloud and architecture courses available on LinkedIn Learning. For more information, please go to leeatchison.com/courses or mdb.fm/courses.