For some time I have been trying to learn Python, a programming language that is easy to use and the preferred one for many network engineers taking the first steps on automation. I read some books, watch some youtube videos and create some dumb scripts. But what really helps is creating a project, however small it is and doing it from start to finish. So, I decided to build a twitter bot.Continue reading
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Demystifying the Cloud
The interest in cloud computing has been growing inside me for quite a while. Its advantages, how it works and the technologies involved.
In the middle of all this I found a very interesting document that I saved from being eaten by my son. I was lucky to arrive on time.
Demystifying the Cloud helps us understand the history and the path taken to where we are today, virtualization, the essential characteristics of the cloud and in the end quickly describes the top 3 cloud computing providers. While it was written in 2012 and I already knew parts of it, it was still relevant to remind me of the concepts and strengthen my little knowledge.
The author of the document is Janakiram MSV and his site www.janakiram.com its one of those you should bookmark if cloud computing and technologies are your thing.
You can download the document here: https://mvctips.tradepub.com/free/w_jana01/prgm.cgi
What is “the Cloud”?
During the first ever Expansão Telecommunications Forum (Expansão is an angolan economics newspaper)I spoke to a few people about hosting services. During our conversation, an angolan service provider employee said:
We have cloud hosting in our data center, why don’t you host your services there?
I knew that provider didn’t really offer cloud services but that started a battle in my mind since while I knew the services from that provider were not really cloud, I couldn’t explain why.
So, what is the cloud? Continue reading
Appy Saude: A bump in my plans
2 months ago I got myself into a very uncommon professional situation (that’s reserved for another post) and decided to take 3 months “sabbatical” to focus on some personal and out of line professional projects. Little did I know I would come into some old friends, Appy and the Appy Saúde project. Continue reading