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Interviews, Podcasts, Presentations and Other Recordings
List of podcasts, interviews, courses, and presentations that Lee Atchison has given at various locations and times that are available as recordings online.
There are two ways that companies use the cloud: The static method is simply to use the cloud as a better data center. The dynamic method is to take full advantage of the dynamic capabilities of the cloud. This involves allocating resources only when necessary, whether those resources are EC2 instances, queues, files, or Lambda […]
When I look back at my career over the last 30 years, it’s amazing to see how much the world has changed when it comes to building, running, and managing software. At my first job, for example, our company was trying to reduce its development cycle down to less than a year. Nowadays with cloud […]
I had the rewarding opportunity of being a guest on theCUBE on Silicon Angle TV at the AWS Summit in Santa Clara, CA. You can find out more about the episode by clicking here, or watch a replay of the interview featuring John Gray, SVP Business Development at New Relic, and myself with hosts John Furrier […]
I was interviewed recently by O’Reilly Media about my book Architecting for Scale. This interview was recorded during the O’Reilly Velocity conference in Santa Clara, CA, on June 23, 2016. The video is available on YouTube, and can be viewed inline here:
Software Engineering Daily Podcast. Listen to Jeff Meyerson talk to Lee Atchison about Lee’s new book, “Architecting for Scale”, by O’Reilly Media. Lee Atchison spent seven years at Amazon working in retail, software distribution, and Amazon Web Services. He then moved to New Relic, where he has spent four years scaling the company’s internal architecture. […]
It’s an increasingly common scenario: As a company grows, it finds that it needs to move away from the monolithic software architecture that powered its initial success. The alternative? A microservices approach that provides more speed and flexibility. That’s the story told by both our guests on the latest episode of The New Stack @ […]