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I did some work with the Aerospike team and some other partners (@dchaley and @jamesrcounts) to validate Aerospike performance benchmarks on the Google Cloud using GCE instances. In addition to blogging about the relatively simple 6-step process of setting up … Continue reading
Tooling matters – particularly in the new-to-many-customers cloud world. To that end, I’ve been using cloud storage management tools from CloudBerry Lab with several Enterprise customers and made a quick screencast demo of their Storage Explorer Pro (in this case … Continue reading
Recently, I’ve been doing some work with AerospikeDB. It is a super-fast in-memory NoSQL Database. I gave a presentation at the recent BigDataCampLA on ‘Bleeding Edge Databases’ and included it because of impressive benchmarks, such as 1 Million TPS (read-only … Continue reading
I gave a talk called ‘Bleeding Edge Databases’ at this weekend’s BigDataCampLA. Several attendees asked me to record the talk, so I did (and will link that post below). Here’s my favorite … Continue reading
Here’s the deck from my talk at #Techorama – enjoy.
Yes, you read this right. Google announced last week at their cloud event, that their IaaS service – Google Compute Engine would begin to offer ‘premium operating systems’ – including Windows. After getting approval from Google to join their limited preview, I … Continue reading
I attended a Go Language bootcamp this weekend and wanted to continue my learning by working with Go and the Google Cloud. To that end I made a short screencast of how to setup the Go Language, my preferred Go … Continue reading
In this screencast I share some tips, best practices and focus areas to help you move from evaluation to proof-of-concept to production with the Google Cloud. I also ‘tour’ you through my most valuable resources.
In this screencast, I show how to set up your development environment for programming with Java for the Google Cloud. In addition, I review sample code for three services – GAE, GCE and Big Query. Also, I show tools that … Continue reading
As with using any vendor’s cloud, using not only their web console to manage services, but also their command-line tools, is vital to being productive. To that end, I made a screencast showing how to set up and to use … Continue reading