Here is a short and simple list of some of the common git commands that I find myself using. This list will be continuously updated as needed. Pull all remote branches git fetch origin To see the branches available for checkout git branch -v -a Create a branch from existing remote git checkout -b NewBranchName origin/OldBranchName Create […]
Amazon Web Services
Using a few of the services provided by the AWS Cloud Platform, we can build and implement a secure and scaleable web API, with substantially less time and fewer resources than would be required if we were to build our own custom solution, or even integrate other third party products. Here is a quick mention of the AWS Services […]
Ok, it’s not serverless architecture related, but were making a rare exception.
Apex is a small program written in Go for managing “serverless” architecture via AWS Lambda, allowing you to focus on code instead of infrastructure.
This is part 3 of a 3 part series Performance and scaling with partitions, indexes, and read/write capacity units Data modeling in DynamoDB Additional design patterns for DynamoDB Other DynamoDB Design Patterns for Scaling In addition to the content discussed in the prior two articles, there are also other concepts and design patterns that can also […]
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This is part 2 of a 3 part series Performance and scaling with partitions, indexes, and read/write capacity units Data modeling in DynamoDB Additional design patterns for DynamoDB NoSQL data modeling is a concept that is fairly new when compared to doing this with more established RDBMS that have been around for much longer. NoSQL databases are […]
This is part 1 of a 3 part series Performance and scaling with partitions, indexes, and read/write capacity units Data modeling in DynamoDB Additional design patterns for DynamoDB First let’s give a very brief overview of the main uses for a traditional RDBMS versus a NoSQL data store, particularly DynamoDB. SQL Optimized for storage Normalized […]
The All-Mighty Virtual Machine 2016 is the year of Zero-Client! Maybe not, but Virtual Machines or VMs are definitely here to stay… or are they? Technologies such as Docker and Amazon Web Services (AWS) Lambda are gaining more popularity and may change the way VMs are used in their current sense. We may be paying […]