Month: April 2017

Deploying Microservices on AWS

Deploying Microservices on AWS

The term Microservices has become a buzzword over the last couple of years. This google trend link clearly shows how people from around the world are interested in understanding what Microservices are: So let me try and take a stab at what it means and what its characteristics are. Microservices is an architectural approach for … Continue reading Deploying Microservices on AWS


Amazon Redshift 101

Amazon Redshift is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service that AWS has been offering since Feb 2013. You can just start with a few GBs of data and scale to a PB or more. Redshift is ANSI-SQL compliant and uses industry-standard ODBC and JDBC connections which enable you to use your existing SQL Clients … Continue reading Amazon Redshift 101