V029 - Weekly Technology Vlog #29 and Gaming Session

V029 - Weekly Technology Vlog #29 and Gaming Session

In this session, Chris provides a series of updates focused around Azure, DevOps, GitHub and Cloud With Chris

Azure AzureDevOps GitHub Community Blogging

Weekly vlog

Chris Reddington

Scheduled Sun, Jul 18, 2021

V030 - Weekly Technology Vlog #30 and Gaming Session

V030 - Weekly Technology Vlog #30 and Gaming Session

In this session, Chris provides a series of updates focused around Azure, DevOps, GitHub and Cloud With Chris, while gaming with the Cloud Family Community.

Azure AzureDevOps GitHub Community Blogging Gaming

Weekly vlog

Chris Reddington

Scheduled Sun, Jul 25, 2021

Discussing the Cloud with Chris Integration Platform

Discussing the Cloud with Chris Integration Platform

In this session, Chris is joined by Karl Cooke, Blogger at https://irishtechie.com. Chris and Karl talk all about the CloudWithChris.com integration platform, and the numerous automation/integration activities that Chris has in place to save time and focus on building content!

DevOps Architecture cloudwithchris.com

Chris Reddington Karl Cooke

Scheduled Thu, Jul 29, 2021

Lessons Learned from Cultivating Open Source Projects and Communities

Chris Reddington JJ Asghar

Published on Fri, Jul 23, 2021

Community Open Source Leadership People OSS

In this episode, Chris is joined by JJ Asghar as they talk through lessons learned from cultivating open source projects and communities. Over the last decade, JJ has had the privilege professionally of building and cultivating some Open Source projects and communities.This isn’t a tools talk. This is a talk about the soft skills you have to have to be able to succeed as a leader in an Open Source project. JJ’s journey started tending the frequently asked questions for a small Linux Distribution called CRUX, and then years later professionally moved to the OpenStack-Chef project to build OpenStack clouds. He has grown other projects along the way, helped build tooling and communities, some successful and still running today, others were just flashes in the pan. He’s learned a ton on this journey; and still is, but has some lessons that are hard-learned and hopefully will warn against pitfalls that can cause wasted cycles and pain.

An Introduction to Azure Functions

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An Introduction to Azure Functions

If you have been keeping up to date with the latest and greatest in Azure Services (yes, I know there are quite a few!), you may have heard of a new service called Azure Functions.

Azure Functions is an event-driven Platform as a Service capability, helping you to execute code upon the occurrence of …

Blogging Serverless Event-driven Architecture

Chris Reddington Published on Mon, Sep 12, 2016

A few useful Azure Resources

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A few useful Azure Resources

Over the past few weeks, I have been working on a number of projects relating to Azure.

The usual theme has crept up, around recommended practices, and where to go for documentation. There are a couple of great resources to be aware of:

Azure Best Practice Checklists and Guidance

  • There are a number …

Azure Architecture

Chris Reddington Published on Sat, Sep 3, 2016

Approaching Resilience in Azure Solutions

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Approaching Resilience in Azure Solutions

I mentioned in Building Solutions in the Cloud that I would be writing a series of blog posts on the areas of risk that I have seen since I have been providing guidance around Azure. In this post, I will provide some thoughts on how you can consider resilience within the context of your own solution …

Azure Architecture Resilience Requirements

Chris Reddington Published on Fri, Aug 26, 2016

Building Solutions in the Cloud

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Building Solutions in the Cloud

By now, we should be aware of the benefits that the cloud can bring to any individual or organisation. There are plenty of case studies, talking about the scalable, flexible and economic benefits (See AzureAWS or Google for more information).

Companies see the cloud as a differentiator, and …

Azure Architecture Scalability Resilience Requirements

Chris Reddington Published on Thu, Aug 4, 2016

System.out.println('Hello World');

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System.out.println('Hello World');

Surely, a “Hello World” post is a right of passage for technical bloggers?

Welcome to my blog, and of course - My first blog post! But first, who am I? I’m Christian Reddington (in case you couldn’t tell by the domain name, or website title!) - and I’m a technology …

Blogging

Chris Reddington Published on Mon, Jul 4, 2016