- an AWS Lambda function routinely polls an API for the
Cloud computing is not a new concept. Amazon Web Services (AWS) was the first to offer cloud services when it launched its Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) storage service in 2006. Gartner estimates that the Cloud computing market could be worth over
I used to be a voracious reader through primary school and high school, but it kinda stopped somewhere during campus days. I have rekindled it recently, especially with the ability to read on-line (my preference is Google Play Books on Android), although
Legacy corporates are abound, and they see the Internet unicorns stealing their lunch. They know that if you cant beat 'em, then join 'em. So they also want some of the fancy stuff that the Google's and Facebook's are doing, hoping that
We touched a little on Conways Law when we spoke about the importance of culture in digital transformation. Since then, I have dug deeply into Conways Law - its implications are so profound on technology, and how companies are building products.
For those of us stuck in the corporate world, only we can identify with the craziness of our daily jobs. Normal people just wont understand what it takes just to get simple things done. It's hard to explain how common sense and
To successfully implement an API-led organization necessary for Digital Transformation requires more than just technology – it requires a transformation of software development capabilities
Case studies of telcos such as Telstra, KPN and adjacent industries show that the leaders are leveraging inhouse Agile
How to integrate your AWS event-based system with external/legacy systems using RESTful APIs
Easy and practical example that shows when to use choreography and orchestration as modes of interaction in a microservices architecture, running on AWS Serverless
This post is about deploying a Highly Available Ghost CMS using DevOps practices on AWS - its both a deep-dive into the different AWS DevOps services, and a tutorial to follow to get a working, highly available Ghost blog running on AWS ECS deployed through a CI/CD pipeline.
Mark Schwartz is the author of four books, which are primarily about Digital Transformation. I've listed them in order of publication - most recent at the bottom: The Art of Business ValueA Seat
Legacy orgs hiring practices need to improve - they can learn from Big Tech
This is an update to my desktop setup, especially now that I am working from home. WFH Desktop setupMac MiniDell 4P317Q - 43 inch 4K monitorLogitech MX Ergo mouseSAMSON Go Mic Direct -