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Confirmed 1AutoCloud and Infrastructure as Code with Tyson Kunovsky
Infrastructure as code refers to the use of software and configuration files to convey infrastructure specifications. This is in contrast to the traditional approach of manually provisioning servers, operating systems, storage, and other infrastructure components. With the growth of cloud computing, the infrastructure as code paradigm is becoming more integral to managing compute resources. AutoCloud The post AutoCloud and Infrastructure as Code with Tyson Kunovsky appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
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Incident management is the process of responding to unplanned events or service interruptions, and then restoring service to an operational state. Having robust incident management is vital to many software teams. Blameless is a framework designed to help software companies manage their production incidents effectively. It provides a workflow for managing the incident response as The post Blameless with Ken Gavranovic appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Cloud applications continue to grow in popularity, but ensuring the security of these applications often presents a formidable engineering challenge. This challenge motivated the creation of Jit. Jit is a continuous security platform for developers, and seeks to enable every cloud app to start with minimum viable security, or MVS, without slowing development velocity. David The post Minimum Viable Security for Cloud Apps with David Melamed appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
ScyllaDB is a fast and highly scalable NoSQL database designed to provide predictable performance at a massive cloud scale. It can handle millions of operations per second at a scale of gigabytes or petabytes. It’s also designed to be compatible with Cassandra and DynamoDB APIs. Scylla is used by Zillow, Comcast, and for Discord’s 350M+ The post Highly Scalable NoSQL with Dor Laor appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Cox Automotive has been at the frontier of digitizing the automotive space with popular products such as AutoTrader, Kelly Blue Book, and Dealertrack. To deliver these products the company manages large quantities of data and diverse engineering teams. Scaling its operations required an engineering transformation of the company. Chris Dillon is the VP of Architecture The post Engineering Transformation at Scale with Chris Dillon appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Serverless backend platforms are cloud services that simplify the process of building a backend. These platforms are growing rapidly in popularity because they can greatly accelerate application development, and improve the developer experience. Convex is a real-time backend platform that uses 100% TypeScript and is designed with reactive UI frameworks in mind. The team behind The post Building a Full Cloud Backend with James Cowling appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Exafunction is a leader in deploying deep learning models at scale. One of their products is Codeium, a coding assistant for software developers based on Exafunction’s deep learning technology. Codeium provides AI-assisted autocompletion in your IDE, making it easier for you to incorporate deep learning technology in your software development workflow. Varun Mohan is the The post Modern Coding Superpowers with Varun Mohan appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.