Weekly Cloud-Native Digest #20

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Reading Time: 1 minute Save time and stay up-to-date with what’s going on in the Cloud-Native ecosystem. Every week a collection of useful links with videos, articles and more. Design Techniques for Building Stateful, Cloud-Native Applications – Part 1: Resiliency, Recoverability, and Scalability Nice video with a demonstration on how #EventStorm technique works. FREE EBook – Kubernetes Patterns Reusable […]

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Weekly Cloud-Native Digest #19

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Reading Time: 1 minute Save time and stay up-to-date with what’s going on in the Cloud-Native ecosystem. Every week a collection of useful links with videos, articles and more. The 1500 Microservices of Monzo Bank (UK) The Hardest Part About Microservices: Your Data. Taking a hard look at your domain and your data will help you get to microservices. […]

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Weekly Cloud-Native Digest #18

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Reading Time: 1 minute Save time and stay up-to-date with what’s going on in the Cloud-Native ecosystem. Every week a collection of useful links with videos, articles and more. Why Microservices Should Be Event Driven: Autonomy vs Authority – Going from authority to autonomy and embracing eventual consistency By @christianposta Event-Driven Architecture and the Outbox Pattern Weekly Cloud-Native Digest […]

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Installing Google Cloud SDK on Windows

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Reading Time: 1 minute Google Cloud SDK (Software Development Kit) is a Command-line interface for Google Cloud Platform products and services. It has a set of useful tools for manage VM Instances, network, firewall, disk storage and more. In the video below you see the steps to install it on Windows. If your operating system is other than windows, […]

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Weekly Cloud-Native Digest #17

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Reading Time: 1 minute Save time and stay up-to-date with what’s going on in the Cloud-Native ecosystem. Every week a collection of useful links with videos, articles and more. Versioning in an Event Sourced System – The goal of this text is not to discuss Event Sourcing but to discuss how to version Event Sourced systems. Introducing Azure Spring […]

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Weekly Cloud-Native Digest #16

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Save time and stay up-to-date with what’s going on in the Cloud-Native ecosystem. Every week a collection of useful links with videos, articles and more. VIDEOS [Principles Of Microservices] In this talk, Sam Newman shows us some principles of Microservice Architecture with good examples and suggestions of tools to address some of them [Don’t Walk […]

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Configuring a remote connection on a Linux instance hosted on Google Cloud Platform

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Reading Time: 3 minutes In this tutorial, we will configure a Linux Virtual Machine that is hosted on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to accept remote connection through SSH using a public/private key. If you do not have a GCP Learn here how to create a Google Cloud Platform Account. For Windows users I recommend two steps before start: Install […]

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Weekly Cloud-Native Digest #15

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Stay up-to-date with what’s going on in cloud-native ecosystem. News, tutorials and useful information on microservices, serverless, containers, kubernetes and more. [Modular Monoliths] In this talk @simonbrown talks on architectural aspects of apply component-based and service-oriented design thinking to achieve modularity in your monolith. [Building Fault Tolerant Microservices] Excellent talk on the ho to address […]

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Weekly Cloud-Native Digest #14

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Reading Time: 1 minute Stay up-to-date with what’s going on in cloud-native ecosystem. News, tutorials and useful information on microservices, serverless, containers, kubernetes and more. MonolithFirst – In this great post @martinfowler explain why you shouldn’t start a new project with microservices, even if you’re sure your application will be big enough to make it worthwhile. Microservices For Greenfield? […]

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