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Operations & Cloud

Free eBook: Exploring .NET Core

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Chapters selected by Dustin Metzgar

Slideshare: Learn the ins and outs of Docker

From Docker in Motion

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By Peter Fisher

Slideshare: Building Amazing Voice UIs


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By Dustin Coates

Slideshare: It’s Time to Go Serverless

From Serverless Applications with AWS

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By Marcia Villalba

Slideshare: Operational Best Practices in AWS Lambda


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By Yan Cui

Slideshare: Learning to work with AWS


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By Andreas Wittig and Michael Wittig

Slideshare: Streamlining Serverless Deployments

From Serverless Apps with Node and Claudia.js

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Slideshare: Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition: the guide to cloud infrastructure automation with AWS


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API Gateways on AWS

By Peter Sbarski

This article takes a close look at the API Gateway. We’ll look at the fundamental activities that go into building an API and discuss features such as staging and versioning, as well as caching, logging, and throttling of requests.

Handling Client Requests Properly with Kubernetes

By Marko Lukša

It goes without saying that we want client requests to be handled properly. We obviously don’t want to see broken connections when pods are starting up or shutting down. By itself, Kubernetes doesn’t ensure this never happens. Your app needs to follow a few rules to prevent broken connections. This article discusses those rules.

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