Beyond "Survival Is Not Mandatory," the Cloud-Native Cookbook (Ep.54)

March 16, 2017 Michael Coté

There's a handful of cloud news to go over - AWS S3 going down, Google's new database, Spanner, and others. We then discuss some ideas for how enterprise architects can help out in a cloud-native organization. Then, we discuss Coté's new project, tactical advice for organizations who are finding it difficult to do all the right things that DevOps and cloud-native think prescriptions.

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Topic - Coté’s new book

Starting up the skeleton of a new booklet, the Cloud Native Toolkit. People "get" all the goals, benefits, and end-state of this cloud-native thing. Now, they're asking us to go over specific, tactics for getting there. This booklet is trying to round up the most common, useful conversations there.

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Michael Coté

Michael Coté works on the advocates team for VMware Tanzu. See @cote for more.

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