Six Colors by Jason Snell and Dan Moren
Mike Roberts introduces serverless, discussing the benefits and limitations of such an architecture, concluding with how he expects serverless to develop over the coming months and years.
Tim Wagner discusses Big Data on serverless, showing working examples and how to set up a CI/CD pipeline, demonstrating AWS Lambda with the Serverless Application Model (SAM).
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“Sometimes there’s a misconception that Genie is a job scheduling platform… Genie really represents our extraction layer, from what our computational resources are, to our end user jobs.”
Genie is an open-source tool that provides job and resource management for the Hadoop ecosystem in the cloud.
Tom Gianos is a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix focusing on its big data platform. He is one of the core contributors in charge of maintaining and improving Genie.
How fast is the pace of Netflix data collection increasing?
What are the differences between running Hadoop in the cloud and running it in a data center?
Why is job and resource management so important for a Hadoop ecosystem?
What does Netflix do with spare computational resources?
What is a bonus cluster?
Does Netflix collect more data than it can practically make use of?
Yarn – Resource Scheduling Layer
Hadoop Platform as a Service in the Cloud
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He says our network architecture is shrinking the economy and impoverishing the middle class
Devnology Podcast 020 - James Coplien on Lean Architecture
In this episode an interview with James Coplien, where we cover a range of topics from his book Lean Architecture for Agile Software Development. We talk about the role of design and architecture in agile software development and discuss DCI architecture.
More on James and his publications is available on http://gertrudandcope.com.He's on twitter as @jcoplien.
This interview is recorded on the 26th of April 2011 at the TTY offices in Amsterdam. Interview by @freekl and @arnetim.Audio post-production by @Mendelt.
Links for this podcast:
'A Comparative Case Study on the Impact of Test-Driven Development on Program Design and Test Coverage', Maria Siniaalto & Pekka Abrahamsson, ESEM '07 Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement.(PDF)
'Does Test-Driven Development Improve the Program Code? Alarming Results from a Comparative Case Study', Maria Siniaalto & Pekka Abrahamsson, Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement, 2007. Also in the book Balancing Agility and Formalism in Software Engineering.
'A story about user stories and Test-Driven Development - Chapter 1: The Setup', Gertrud Bjornvig, James O. Coplien and Neil Harrison, Better Software, November 2007.
'A story about user stories and Test-Driven Development - Chapter 2: Into the Field ', Gertrud Bjornvig, James O. Coplien and Neil Harrison, Better Software, December 2007.
'What is the problem with Test Driven Development? Interview with Jim Coplien. Lean Magazine, January 2010
'Does Test-Driven Development Really Improve Software Design Quality?', D.S. Janzen & H. Saiedian, IEEE Software, March-April 2008 (PDF)
Artima series on DCI Architecture
James' debate with Uncle Bob Martin on TDD, CDD and profesionalism
DCI tutorials from Oredev 2009 are available here.
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Episode 179: Cassandra with Jonathan Ellis from Software Engineering Radio - the podcast for professional software developers on podbay
Episode 179: Cassandra with Jonathan EllisCassandra is a distributed, scalable non-relational data store influenced by the Google BigTable project and many of the distributed systems techniques pioneered by the Amazon Dynamo paper.TweetPopout Listen on iPhoneListen on AndroidLoading…Download
This is one of the last three podcasts we recorded at FOSDEM that I am releasing and it's with Ross Lawley who is a driver bod / Python genius / architect / evangelist at 10gen, top notch technologist, passionate about 10gen and the cause and gets Cloud inside and out. We recorded this, as with…
There are still myths about exactly what a NoSQL database can and can't do.
Today we talked with Mark Myers from the London Developer Co-op about all things NoSQL.
The four different types of NoSQL databases
Why the need for NoSQL
Why NoSQL has become some popular over the last few years
How the NSF has provided NoSQL type functionality for a long time
Some discussion about CouchDB, MongoDB and other NoSQL offerings
Mark’s blog entry about how to improve the NSF
How and why Mark thinks XPages are much easier to use for development than other technologies he has used
How the IBM XWork Server is well positioned to become a database server
Who will be buying the first round of drinks at Lotusphere 2012
and much more….
The podcast runs about 40 minutes and is chock full of great NoSQL goodness.
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