Posts Tagged ‘Google’s Kubernetes Engine’

Evaluating Their Income And Expenditure

A Modern Platform for a New Rebate Program: A Customer Success Story

Our client needed to build a new secure and compliant customer-facing website that provides consumers details about a rebate program. The website also needed a portal that allows participating retailers to enroll for qualification, submit reimbursement claims, and report on program data (e.g., claims, status, reward amounts). The platform also needed to include a second […]

Adopt Cloud Code to Simplify Cloud-Native Application Development

As companies move to Cloud, one of their goals is to equip developers and operations teams to simplify the development, deployment and management of Cloud native applications on Kubernetes platform. Considering these requirements, Google developed and introduced Cloud Code at the Google Next conference this year. What is Cloud Code A plugin/extension for Visual Studio […]

Big Data Bootcamp

Big Data Bootcamp by the Beach: An introduction

This is a little story about nothing ventured; nothing gained. One day, I got a LinkedIn message asking if I would like to teach a Big Data Bootcamp at an event for the Universidad Abierta Para Adultos in Santiago de Caballeros, República Dominicana. Luis didn’t know me; he just saw my profile and saw that I’ve been […]

Three Patterns to Avoid When Selecting Cloud Native Platforms

Patterns resonate with me. As a developer and software architect stepping back and viewing a population of things to find the common thread woven throughout seems natural. Exploiting that thread in other areas if it’s valuable or adding it to my “Refactor someday” list if it’s harmful has always seemed to be a logical next […]