Software Engineering Daily
Spela

Amazon EC2 with Dave Brown

Software Engineering Daily

00:00

Amazon EC2 with Dave Brown

Software Engineering Daily

Technical interviews about software topics.

Software Engineering Daily

Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) is a virtualized server product that provides the user with scalable compute infrastructure. EC2 was created in 2006 as one of the first three AWS services along with S3 and Simple Queueing Service. Since then, EC2 has provided the core server infrastructure for many of the companies that have been The post Amazon EC2 with Dave Brown appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

Published

Play Episode

Related episodes Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

Amazon Kubernetes with Abby Fuller
(NaN)
Amazon’s container offerings include ECS (Elastic Container Service), EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service), and Fargate. Through these different offerings, Amazon provides a variety of ways that a user can manage Kubernetes clusters and standalone container instances. The choice of which containerization system to choose depends on the needs of the user, and the tradeoffs they want The post Amazon Kubernetes with Abby Fuller appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Kubernetes Progress with Kelsey Hightower
(NaN)
When the Kubernetes project was started, Amazon Web Services was the dominant cloud provider. Most of the code that runs AWS is closed source, which prevents an open ecosystem from developing around AWS. Developers who deploy their application onto AWS are opting into a closed, controlled ecosystem, which has both costs and benefits. The software The post Kubernetes Progress with Kelsey Hightower appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson
(NaN)
freeCodeCamp was started five years ago with the goal of providing free coding education to anyone on the Internet. freeCodeCamp has become the best place to begin learning how to write software. There are many other places that a software engineer should visit on their educational journey, but freeCodeCamp is the best place to start, The post freeCodeCamp with Quincy Larson appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

No Code with Shawn Wang
(NaN)
The software category known as “no-code” describes a set of tools that can be used to build software without writing large amounts of code in a programming language. No-code tools use visual interfaces such as spreadsheets and web based drag-and-drop systems. In previous shows, we have covered some of the prominent no-code products such as The post No Code with Shawn Wang appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Roblox Engineering with Claus Moberg
(NaN)
Roblox is a gaming platform with a large ecosystem of players, creators, game designers, and entrepreneurs. The world of Roblox is a three-dimensional environment where characters and objects interact through a physics engine. Roblox is multiplayer, and users can interact with each other over the Internet. Roblox is not one single game—it is a system The post Roblox Engineering with Claus Moberg appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Kubernetes at Cruise with Karl Isenberg
(NaN)
Cruise is a company that is building a fully automated self-driving car service. The infrastructure of a self-driving car platform presents a large number of new engineering problems. Self-driving cars collect vast quantities of data as they are driving around the city. This data needs to be transferred from the cars onto cloud servers. The The post Kubernetes at Cruise with Karl Isenberg appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Snyk: Open Source Security with Guy Podjarny
(NaN)
The software supply chain includes cloud infrastructure, on-prem proprietary solutions, APIs, programming languages, networking products, and open source software.  Each of these software categories has its own security vulnerabilities, and each category has tools that can help protect a company from attackers that are trying to exploit known vulnerabilities. As open source software has grown The post Snyk: Open Source Security with Guy Podjarny appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

GitLab Engineering with Marin Jankovski
(NaN)
GitLab is a company that builds an open source platform for managing git repositories. GitLab was started in 2012, and has grown to have a large enterprise business with additional products such as continuous integration and security tooling. GitLab is also known for being a large, entirely remote workforce. GitLab does not have any offices, The post GitLab Engineering with Marin Jankovski appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Basic Income with Floyd Marinescu
(NaN)
Automation has the potential to eliminate rote jobs such as call center workers and truck drivers. The downstream effects of automation also leads to new jobs, such as data labeling and robot operations. The net effect of modern automation technology is unclear, but it is likely to cause some disruption in the job market. Universal The post Basic Income with Floyd Marinescu appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Continuous Intelligence with Kalyan Ramanathan
(NaN)
Logging provides raw data that can be abstracted into higher level information. Logs are generated at every layer of infrastructure: physical host, virtual machine, container, pod, and Kubernetes cluster. Logs are generated by network proxies, edge servers, and API requests. There is far too much logging information to be read by humans.  Log messages need The post Continuous Intelligence with Kalyan Ramanathan appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Remote Work with Philip Thomas
(NaN)
Offices have historically been the place where most knowledge work takes place. An office is a central meeting point for everyone in an organization. Offices allow for high bandwidth, in-person communication. Employees have access to shared resources, such as food, tables, and quiet working space. Offices provide a means of encouraging a common culture within The post Remote Work with Philip Thomas appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Practical AI with Chris Benson
(NaN)
Machine learning algorithms have existed for decades. But in the last ten years, several advancements in software and hardware have caused dramatic growth in the viability of applications based on machine learning. Smartphones generate large quantities of data about how humans move through the world. Software-as-a-service companies generate data about how these humans interact with The post Practical AI with Chris Benson appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Linkerd Market Strategy with William Morgan
(NaN)
The container orchestration wars ended in 2016 with Kubernetes being the most popular open source tool for deploying and managing infrastructure. Since that time, most large enterprises have been implementing a “platform strategy” based around Kubernetes. A platform strategy is a plan for creating a consistent experience for software engineers working throughout an enterprise. At The post Linkerd Market Strategy with William Morgan appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Istio Market Strategy with Zack Butcher
(NaN)
Kubernetes has created a widespread system for deploying and managing infrastructure. As Kubernetes has been increasingly adopted, companies are thinking about how to leverage that common layer of infrastructure. With the common infrastructure abstraction of Kubernetes, it becomes easier to adopt other abstractions that are uniform across the entire company.  This has created a market The post Istio Market Strategy with Zack Butcher appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Heroku Infrastructure with Mark Turner
(NaN)
A cloud provider gives a developer low-cost compute infrastructure on-demand.  Cloud providers can be divided up into two categories: Layer 1 cloud providers and Layer 2 cloud providers. A Layer 1 cloud provider such as Amazon Web Services owns server hardware and sells compute infrastructure as a commodity. A Layer 2 cloud provider purchases compute The post Heroku Infrastructure with Mark Turner appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Java 13 with Georges Saab
(NaN)
Java has been popular since the 90s, when it started to be used as a programming language for enterprises.  Today, Java is still widely deployed, but the infrastructure environment is dramatically different. Java is often deployed to containers in the cloud. If those containers can share resources, then those containers can share the same underlying The post Java 13 with Georges Saab appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Distributed SQL with Karthik Ranganathan and Sid Choudhury
(NaN)
Relational databases provide durable transactional systems for storing data. The relational model has existed for decades, but the requirements for a relational database have changed. Modern applications have requirements for high volumes of data that do not fit onto a single machine. When a database gets too big to fit on a single machine, that The post Distributed SQL with Karthik Ranganathan and Sid Choudhury appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Distributed SQL with Karthik Ranganathan and Sidharth Choudhury
(NaN)
Relational databases provide durable transactional systems for storing data. The relational model has existed for decades, but the requirements for a relational database have changed. Modern applications have requirements for high volumes of data that do not fit onto a single machine. When a database gets too big to fit on a single machine, that The post Distributed SQL with Karthik Ranganathan and Sidharth Choudhury appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Economics of Software with Russ Roberts Holiday Repeat
(NaN)
Originally published July 14, 2016 EconTalk is a weekly economics podcast that has been going for a decade. On EconTalk, Russ Roberts brings on writers, intellectuals, and entrepreneurs for engaging conversations about the world as seen through the lens of economics. Russ Roberts is today’s guest, and it is a treat because I have been The post Economics of Software with Russ Roberts Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Uber’s Data Platform with Zhenxiao Luo Holiday Repeat
(NaN)
Originally published May 24, 2018 When a user takes a ride on Uber, the app on the user’s phone is communicating with Uber’s backend infrastructure, which is writing to a database that maintains the state of that user’s activity. This database is known as a transactional database or “OLTP” (online transaction processing). Every active user The post Uber’s Data Platform with Zhenxiao Luo Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Kong API Platform with Marco Palladino Holiday Repeat
(NaN)
Originally published January 4, 2019 When a user makes a request to product like The New York Times, that request hits an API gateway. An API gateway is the entry point for an external request. An API gateway serves several purposes: authentication, security, routing, load balancing, and logging. API gateways have grown in popularity as The post Kong API Platform with Marco Palladino Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Kong API Platform with Marco Palladino Holiday Repeat
(NaN)
Originally published January 4, 2019 When a user makes a request to product like The New York Times, that request hits an API gateway. An API gateway is the entry point for an external request. An API gateway serves several purposes: authentication, security, routing, load balancing, and logging. API gateways have grown in popularity as The post Kong API Platform with Marco Palladino Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Future of Computing with John Hennessy Holiday Repeat
(NaN)
Originally published June 7, 2018 Moore’s Law states that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years. Moore’s Law is less like a “law” and more like an observation or a prediction. Moore’s Law is ending. We can no longer fit an increasing amount of transistors in the same The post Future of Computing with John Hennessy Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Future of Computing with John Hennessy Holiday Repeat
(NaN)
Originally published June 7, 2018 Moore’s Law states that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years. Moore’s Law is less like a “law” and more like an observation or a prediction. Moore’s Law is ending. We can no longer fit an increasing amount of transistors in the same The post Future of Computing with John Hennessy Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en

Software Engineering Daily

Indie Hackers with Courtland Allen Holiday Repeat
(NaN)
Originally published November 4, 2016 Indie Hackers is a website that profiles independent developers who have made profitable software projects, usually without raising any money. These projects make anywhere from a few hundred dollars a month to more than $100,000 as in the case with park.io, one of the services profiled by Indie Hackers. Courtland The post Indie Hackers with Courtland Allen Holiday Repeat appeared first on Software Engineering Daily....

en