September has been an eventful month under the wave here at arge; check it out!
From the CDN Channel Innovation Awards:
- We’re pretty jazzed about being named Diamond winner of the Next Generation Channel Innovator for the 2nd year running. Check out the roster of fellow techies we rubbed elbows with at the ceremony in Vaughn last Tuesday.
Our Cloud Migration Workshop is almost afoot! Chief Migration Hacker David Colebatch will be illustrating the first 3 phases of the cloud migration process, and delving into a universe of tools and techniques to help you become a cloud migration master. We’ve also mapped out some time to network with industry peers, and of course for breakfast & lunch!
Register and join us next month on October 29th from 9-5pm EST at our offices at 901 King Street West in Toronto!
- If you’re looking to access our past webinars, they'92re also available on demand after you register.
- Datadog Files Registration Statement for Proposed Initial Public Offering - They say every dog has its day, and that day is soon for Datadog, the favourite monitoring and analytics platform, who are making moves to join the global market as DDOG.
- How the Air Force used a bug bounty program to hack its own cloud server - If anyone would have the nerve to hack their own servers it would be the Air Force, which proved to be a pro move when their hired hackers uncovered 54 vulnerabilities in their server.
- O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Berlin this November - Think you’re a whiz? Go cloud-native with the rest of the geniuses at this 4-day deep dive into all things DevOps, serverless, Kubernetes, and more from November 4-7.
- Announcing improved VPC networking for AWS Lambda functions - Worried about those creeping rumours that AWS Lambda is slow to start? Worry less!
- Goldman Sachs hires former Amazon executive for top technology role - Goldman Sachs is banking on the cloud with its latest hire, Marco Argenti, coming off 6 years as the VP of Technology at AWS.
- 2019 Accelerate State of DevOps Report - DORA has released their annual State of DevOps report, and as it turns out, the age-old adage It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it’s seems to hold water here. For the 2nd year in a row, DORA found that successful migrations in organizations were due to the way teams had implemented their cloud services, not just the fact they were using the cloud. No point having a magic wand if you don’t know how to use it!
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And in case you missed it, check out our August newsletter.
See you in October!