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  • Building Efficient Microservices Solutions with Kubernetes Building Efficient Microservices Solutions with Kubernetes Konstantin Ignatyev, Allan Naim Recorded: Mar 15 2017 58 mins
    Watch Dev9’s Google event video for an enlightening discussion with Kubernetes Product Manager, Allan Naim, and our Senior Solutions Architect, Konstantin Ignatyev.
    Allan kicks-off the presentation by detailing Kubernetes’ genesis and how it improves developer productivity, and enables organizations to put their apps on wheels to facilitate smoother Cloud migrations.
    Senior solutions architect Konstantin then discusses how Kubernetes addresses common DevOps concerns relating to microservices and SaaS offerings. Using a live application and corresponding code, Konstantin shows that Kubernetes is an excellent option to address challenges – from scalability, portability, to configuration management - while keeping development and debugging simple.
    Key Takeaways:
    •Gain insight into the benefits of Kubernetes for Cloud deployments
    •Examine a sample application that uses micro-services architecture.
    •Learn, point-by-point discussion, how Kubernetes handles typical developer and operations concerns.
  • Securing DevOps in AWS Securing DevOps in AWS Mike Ensor Recorded: Mar 15 2017 52 mins
    Securing DevOps with AWS
    One of the leading concerns businesses have for adopting a cloud-first mentality centers on security. This presentation will discuss a range of practices, policies and tools designed to decrease your security surface area. We will discuss adding security testing to Continuous Delivery pipelines via tests and build plugins, checklists for building container-based artifacts, VPN & VPC configurations, Multifactor Authentication, IAM & Role appropriations, enforcing encrypted traffic using security groups and automating security patching. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of where risks exist for projects, a starting checklist on how to start secure projects within AWS and a solid outline on how to incorporate security into your build pipelines.
    Goals of this presentation include:
    Securing your AWS account and environments
    Adding security through automated tests and tools
    Processes adding to a “first to know” policy
    Presented by Mike Ensor, VP of Delivery at Dev9
    Mike Ensor is a hands-on software architect with 20 years of experience in backend development, e-commerce, Cloud architectures, distributed systems and big data implementations. Throughout his career he has continually pushed the use of test-driven development and emphasized the merits of Agile-based development.
  • Successfully Navigating the Software Development Lifecycle Successfully Navigating the Software Development Lifecycle Gabe Hicks, Nimret Sandhu Recorded: Mar 15 2017 57 mins
    Successfully Navigating the Software Development Lifecycle
    Building and maintaining a great piece of software is a multi-year affair that requires a wide variety of approaches. The tools and processes used to launch the project are not the same ones needed to keep it running, nor do they decide when to retire it. Deciding when to make these critical transitions and how to manage them can be challenging.
    In this seminar Gabe Hicks and Nimret Sandhu will walkthrough the lifecycle of a project from inception to obsolescence, going over the key tools, processes, and decisions that you will face in your own critical applications.
  • Great e-commerce: It's not just for Retail (Part 1) Great e-commerce: It's not just for Retail (Part 1) Mike Ensor Recorded: Mar 15 2017 7 mins
    In today’s omnichannel commerce environment, meeting the demands of customers can be a challenge. Businesses face the pressure of delivering the seamless interactions that B2C experiences offer. The right B2B e-comm platform can streamline your business processes, and be your key differentiator from the competition.
    Technology should be a transparent tool that enables your business to be flexible, scalable and most importantly, frees you focus on your business. Watch this video to:
    - Learn why B2B commerce is different
    - Hear key factors to consider when assessing a fit of potential e-commerce solutions
    - Gain insight into selecting the right platform for your business.
  • High Availability in AWS High Availability in AWS Brian Guy Recorded: Jan 4 2017 60 mins
    AWS reliability has improved to the point that many customers do not proactively architect for rare AWS outages. But outages do occur. In this meet-up, we'll provide an overview of the AWS Global Infrastructure, and discuss the recent outage in the AWS Sydney region and how some customers avoided any downtime, while others were completely down.
    Takeaways include:
    - Understand concepts of AWS Regions, AWS Availability Zones (AZs), and AWS Edge Locations
    - Understand best practices related to High Availability (HA) in AWS
    - Learnings from recent Sydney outage
    - Examples of Dev9 cloud implementations where AWS HA was essential.
  • Continuous Discussion -  AWS Re:Invent Recap Continuous Discussion - AWS Re:Invent Recap Gabe Hicks, Jeff Ramsdale and Brian Guy Recorded: Dec 19 2016 25 mins
    This episode of Continuous Discussion centers around the AWS re:Invent conference, which we attended earlier this month. Gabe Hicks, Brian Guy and Jeff Ramsdale discuss their highlights and the announcements that they think will be important for AWS in 2017.
  • Legacy vs. Modern Content Management Systems Legacy vs. Modern Content Management Systems David Drake Recorded: Dec 14 2016 64 mins
    A modern CMS needs to be a team player in your business strategy. The demands of having a competitive web presence in 2016 mean that the CMS you choose needs to be capable of handling traditional duties – presentation, scaling, archiving, authoring, permissions, for example – in addition to integrating well with other services and current software practices.

    Operating with a “Legacy CMS” is a guaranteed pathway to pain. In a modern development environment, bulky and hard-to-manage systems will be a neverending source of frustration for your business and your team. On top of that, a CMS without good integration support and proper cloud-ready architecture will hinder your ability to take advantage of recent advances in software delivery.

    In this presentation, we’ll discuss some of the aspects of a modern CMS that allow it to thrive in today’s software development landscape. We’ll also talk about some of the red flags to look out for when comparing your current CMS to your business’s needs.
  • Introduction to Continuous Delivery Introduction to Continuous Delivery Gabe Hicks Recorded: Nov 8 2016 37 mins
    Gabe Hicks gives a talk on one of Dev9's core Software Development practices, Continuous Delivery.
  • Modernizing your Legacy Platform Modernizing your Legacy Platform Gabe Hicks Recorded: Oct 17 2016 28 mins
    Managing a large legacy system is one of the most challenging projects that you will encounter in your career. Given the current environment of rapid software development, changes, and requirements such as security, compliance, and stability, dealing with a legacy system is a headache suffered by enterprises of all sizes

    Transitioning off of these hard to maintain systems onto a modern platform can be a daunting task plagued by unforeseen problems, but it doesn’t have to be.

    In this seminar, Dev9's Gabe Hicks will talk about some of the typical Platform Modernization pitfalls you might encounter and some strategies to avoid them.
  • Dev9 Whitepaper: 15 Essential Tools you need to Build a Java App Dev9 Whitepaper: 15 Essential Tools you need to Build a Java App Dev9 Recorded: Oct 5 2016 1 min
    Our new addition to Dev9's whitepaper series showcases the essential tools that we (and our clients) use to build effective, custom Java software.

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