I hope you week ended on a high note. If not, maybe this little bundle of interesting reads will get your weekend off to a good start. Learn some things about AI, “private” serverless apps, zero-trust, and more.
[blog] When one becomes two: Resource hierarchy strategies for divested organization. I don’t see many articles about how you handle divestiture. Usually the opposite. This is a good look at what it takes to separate cloud resources.
[blog] Are We Making Lambda Too Hard? Are you possibly over-thinking your serverless architecture and some classic bloat to the structure? This post encourages a focus on the basics.
[blog] Minimize Cloud Outage Risk By Proactively Monitoring Your Quotas. Useful walkthrough of setting up a quota management solution for your cloud consumption.
[blog] Deep dive: Revolutionising product management with ChatGPT. Whatever job you have, it’s probably worth taking a few moments and writing down ways that generative AI could assist in parts of your day to day job.
[article] Only Morons Use ChatGPT As a Substitute for Google. Aggressive title. But the main point seems to be that we should use the right tool for the scenario.
[blog] 3 new ways to authorize users to your private workloads on Cloud Run. Fully-managed app runtimes are awesome, especially ones like Cloud Run that take your monolith or microservice. This post looks at new patterns supported for your internal-only apps.
[article] ServiceNow, Hugging Face’s free StarCoder LLM takes on Copilot, CodeWhisperer. This looks like an exciting product, and plenty of folks will do self-hosting of models like this, and also use fully-managed models from cloud providers. Maybe in the same place!
[blog] Using Cloud Spanner to handle high throughput writes. One reason that cloud (managed) databases are powerful is their flexibility to handle bursts. This posts explores how to support heavy-write situations.
[article] Level up the Dev Experience with DORA Metrics and Continuous Deployment. This article explores how continuous deployment makes a difference for dev experience.
[blog] Extending Zero Trust access to multi-cloud applications. We pioneered important efforts around zero-trust, and now our commercial product makes it easier to extend a zero-trust architecture across environments.
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