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lee atchison modern digital applications podcast“Modern Digital Applications” is an engaging and informative podcast series produced for corporate decision-makers and executives who are looking to build and grow their digital business with the help of modern applications and processes, and who want to learn more about developing an effective software strategy for today’s fast-moving business environment.

Your host is Lee Atchison, a recognized industry thought leader in cloud computing and a published author with more than 30 years of experience. Join Lee and his guests—technology experts from a wide range of industries and disciplines—as they present lively discussions on topics such as modernizing your web applications, reducing risk and downtime during cloud migrations, the future of serverless, and much more.

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This is a special edition of Modern Digital Applications. July 9th, 2018 was the launch of a podcast episode. It was an episode of the “Modern Software Podcast”, a podcast sponsored by New Relic, and hosted by New Relic’s Fredric Paul and Tori Wieldt. This particular episode was titled “The Great Serverless Debate”. It was...
In this episode, Our customers depend on them, and our businesses depend on them. Without modern web apps, most businesses would not survive. This is the second in a two part series on the principles for modernizing your enterprise web application.  And then, what is STOSA and how does it help with modern digital applications?...
In this episode, Our customers depend on them, and our businesses depend on them. Without modern web apps, most businesses would not survive. I’ll present the first in a two part series on the principles for modernizing your enterprise web application.  And then, what does any of this have to do with my son and...
In this episode, the hardest part of your cloud migration is moving your data to the cloud. Moving your data to the cloud, without suffering planned or unplanned downtime, can be a challenge. I’m going to give you three strategies that will help you avoid downtime during the migration of your critical application data to...
Google Cloud Next is coming to the Moscone Center in San Francisco from April 6 until April 8. This is Google’s big cloud event of the year. Links and More Information The following are links mentioned in this episode, and links to related information: Announcement — Google Cloud Next (https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/google-cloud-next/join-us-at-google-cloud-next-2020) Registration — Google Cloud Next...
In this episode, we conclude our three part series on Service Tiers, and how they can be used to prevent disasters in applications using service based architectures. We also take a look at the very first AWS service. Any guess what that service is? Finally, what does redundancy look like in outer space? And just...
Amazon recently announced a reduction in the cost of their Elastic Kubernetes Service. They lowered the cost of the Amazon EKS service by 50%. The new pricing is greatly appreciated, but is still a barrier to entry in using the EKS service for small clusters. Links and More Information The following are links mentioned in...
Hello and welcome to Modern Digital Applications. In this episode, we continue our three part series on Service Tiers, and how they can be used to prevent disasters in applications using service based architectures. We also take another look at Amazon S3, and ask the question, how large is S3? The answer might surprise you....
Show Notes Welcome to the inaugural episode of Modern Digital Applications! I’m very glad you are listening, and I hope you’ll find this podcast informative and helpful. My goal is to try and keep the episodes short, so that they can be consumed during a single morning average commute trip to work. Please, let me...
Modern Digital Applications is a podcast focused on helping corporate decision makers, executives, and architects create or extend their digital business with the help of modern applications, processes, and software strategy. The podcast is hosted by Lee Atchison, a recognized industry thought leader and pundit in cloud computing. Lee has over 30 years industry experience, and...