Just like Goldilocks looking for the perfect fit, it’s not always easy to determine the right size for the services you need to build your organization’s applications.
The latest episode of the GOTO Book Club series features a lively conversation between me and longtime technology expert Ken Gavranovic.
New study highlights interesting changes in how developers are using various cloud-related technologies.
The emergence of low-code and no-code programming enables those with no development experience to build their own business applications. The business world is finally ready to embrace it.
Rather than a flurry of products and services announced this year, let’s hope new AWS CEO Adam Selipsky shows the industry how he plans to get the company’s glut of offerings under control.
When learning how to fly model airplanes as a kid, I was taught an important rule: “Always fly ‘two mistakes’ high.” The same rule applies when building web applications.
Is your e-commerce website ready for the rush of seasonal traffic? Here are six things all e-commerce businesses should do right now to ensure their sites can scale to meet the demand.
Don’t make yourself the central character in one of these cloud horror tales.
While it’s still unclear what caused Facebook’s epic meltdown today, some news outlets are speculating that “it’s always DNS” that causes issues like this. But what exactly is DNS, and how can it be the source of a major site crash?
My latest book, Caching at Scale with Redis, describes what caching is, why it’s a cornerstone of effective modern applications, and how Redis can help you meet these demanding caching needs.