Ken discusses some of the virtual tooling he’s used or come across in developing software, including web IDEs, VMs, Docker, and more.
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract Ah, Serverless. The term that means a dozen different things to a dozen different developers. In the most simple case, Serverless just means deploying applications to a platform where the servers are managed for you, and abstracted … Read More
Docker, TypeScript, React and Lerna FTW! In TechCast #117, Ken Rimple, Drew DeCarme, and Matt Gilbride reflect on the technologies and techniques they used to stand up a Docker-based web application on AWS.
Project Tech Dive: Docker, TypeScript, React and Lerna FTW! Ken Rimple, Drew DeCarme, and Matt Gilbride reflect on the technologies and techniques they used to stand up a Docker-based web application on AWS.
Chariot’s Ken Rimple, director of Training/Mentoring Services, will take you through some sample AWS architectures and the pros/cons of complexity, cost, and technical considerations for each one.
Abstract Introducing Quarkus.io. The rise in popularity of the linux container as the primary way to package your application seemed like a simple change on the surface. Yet, as we saw with the Java Docker Fail problem, it was not a transition completely without challenges for the Java community. Furthermore, we have now seen a … Read More
Setup If you plan on following along you should have installed Docker and it should be running on your computer. Make sure you’ve created a free account on Docker and signed into it with docker login from your command line. A quick call to docker run alpine echo ‘hi there’ should verify that the engine is up and running … Read More
This talk will discuss the problems faced in the modern data center, and how a set of innovative open source tooling can be used to tame the rising complexity curve. Join me on an adventure with Vagrant, Consul, and Terraform as we take your data center from chaos to control.
Linux containers provide the ability to reliably deploy 1000s of application instances in seconds, but how do we manage it all? The answer is CoreOS and Kubernetes. This talk will help attendees wrap their minds around complex topics such as distributed configuration management, service discovery, and application scheduling at scale.