- Attack of the Killer Microseconds
- Gorilla: A Fast, Scalable, In-Memory Time Series Database
- 6 new ways to reduce your AWS bill with little effort
- Announcing KEDA: bringing event-driven containers and functions to Kubernetes
- Announcing the public preview of Azure Image Builder
OH at a coffee shop in SF: “the reason our startup failed to gain any traction of community is because our core product is written in C++. Developers don’t *write* C++ anymore.”— Cindy Sridharan (@copyconstruct) May 3, 2019
God, I so don’t want to be obnoxious, but I want to whisper “have you heard of Envoy” before I leave.
- Distributed consensus revised – Part I
- Distributed consensus revised – Part II
- Distributed consensus revised – Part III
- Does the world need Enterprise Technology Consulting (anymore)?
TIL what EC2's "Up to" means. I used to think it simply indicates best effort bandwidth, but apparently there's a hard baseline bottleneck for most EC2 instance types (those with an "up to"). It's significantly smaller than the rating, and it can be reached in just a few minutes. pic.twitter.com/qVlWnqXb6q— Daniel Vassallo (@dvassallo) April 22, 2019
- Error Handling in Go
- Estimating branch probability using Intel LBR feature. | Denis Bakhvalov | C++ compiler dev.
- Go is on a Trajectory to Become the Next Enterprise Programming Language
- Goodbye AWS: Rolling your own servers with Kubernetes, Part 1
Nice paper highlighting the current and ever increasing gap between CPU and IO performance. Clinging to synchronous or pseudo synchronous APIs is the core of the issue. We need to evolve beyond this.https://t.co/vhScaY3kLj— Martin Thompson (@mjpt777) May 4, 2019
- HTTP headers for the responsible developer
- IT runs on Java 8
- Latency Under Load: HBM2 vs. GDDR6
- To ORM or not to ORM
The biggest divide in the ops community isn't Old v. DevOps v. SRE, k8s, v. serverless, or whatever.— Tom McLaughlin (@tmclaughbos) May 7, 2019
It is "How do I run infrastructure?" v. "How do I not run infrastructure?".
- Vanilla JS
- We Can Do Better Than SQL
- Why Go? – Key advantages you may have overlooked
- You need neither PWA nor AMP to make your website load fast