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  • Meet a 12-year-old hacker and cyber security expert

    5:01

    One 12-year-old hacker from Texas is raising awareness about growing cyber threats and how to protect digital information. David Begnaud meets with Reuben Paul, a self-proclaimed cyber ninja who hacks household items to demonstrate how they can be exploited to spy on or even harm people.

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  • Introducing AIY: Do-it-yourself Artificial Intelligence

    39:15

    AIY efforts at Google puts AI into various maker toolkits, to make things more playful and, more importantly, to help you solve real problems that matter to you and your communities. Join this session to learn how you can use these kits to start adding natural human interaction to your maker projects. It will feature demos on the Voice and Vision Kits, and some amazing AIY experiments built by the makers community around the world.

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  • FaaS and Furious - 0 to Serverless in 60 Seconds, Anywhere - Alex Ellis, ADP

    34:20

    FaaS and Furious - 0 to Serverless in 60 Seconds, Anywhere - Alex Ellis, ADP

    OpenFaaS (or Functions as a Service) is a Cloud Native framework for building serverless functions with containers (as popularised by AWS Lambda). With OpenFaaS you can package any process or container as a serverless function for either Linux or Windows - just bring your Kubernetes or Docker cluster. Avoid vendor lock-in by running functions in your own datacenter or the cloud with your existing CI/CD and container ecosystem. The project focuses on ease of use through its UI and CLI which can be used to test and monitor functions in tandem with Prometheus integration that enables auto-scaling as demand increases.

    You can deploy OpenFaaS in 60 seconds on Kubernetes and thanks to concise code templates all you need to write is a handler in your favourite programming language then let your cluster do the heavy lifting.

    OpenFaaS was recently trending as the top open-source project on GitHub, won Best Cloud Computing Software 2017 from InfoWorld and has a thriving community with 65 contributors, 1400 commits and over 8k stars.

    Come and find out how and why people are leveraging an event-driven architecture along with some cool interactive demos and swag.





    Note - OpenFaaS is an independent project started by Alex Ellis and is now being shaped by a growing community of contributors and users.

    About Alex Ellis
    Alex is a Docker Captain and Principal Developer @ ADP where he has years of experience in the enterprise supporting payroll and HCM for up to 500k clients. He's a polyglot, blogger, published writer and mentor in the Docker/container and Raspberry Pi community.
    Join us for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Barcelona May 20 - 23, Shanghai June 24 - 26, and San Diego November 18 - 21! Learn more at The conference features presentations from developers and end users of Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy and all of the other CNCF-hosted projects.

  • GOTO 2018 • Serverless Beyond the Hype • Alex Ellis

    46:45

    This presentation was recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2018. #gotocon #gotocph


    Alex Ellis - Creator of OpenFaaS, Engineer, Speaker, Author and Senior Staff Engineer at VMware

    ABSTRACT
    This talk from the creator of OpenFaaS and CNCF Serverless workgroup member Alex Ellis explores what hype actually means for our industry and why it matters so much for serverless right now. You’ll learn why ThoughtWorks says multi-cloud portability is best achieved through containers and learn more about how the industry is shifting towards Kubernetes for container management.
    Alex will then explore the current landscape of Serverless with Containers and compare three of the most popular Serverless frameworks for Kubernetes. He’ll then explore two real-world use-cases before going on to give interactive [...]

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  • Java 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11: What Did You Miss?

    1:48:01

    Henri Tremblay, Senior Software Engineer, Terracotta, a Software AG company

    Java is moving faster and faster, and a lot of features are not as well known as they should be. This tutorial reviews the ones you’re likely to have missed in old versions. Then I will kickstart you on 9, 10 and 11 features that you never had time to look at.

  • Arduino Programming with XOD - Learning XOD

    50:39

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    This tutorial was sponsored by XOD.

    XOD is a free open source development platform for the Arduino that lets you create Arduino projects without writing a single line of code! It’s ideal for rapidly developing projects and it’s a viable alternative to the Arduino IDE.

    Unlike the Arduino IDE XOD uses a graphical user interface, which is available as both a desktop client (for Windows, Mac and Linux) and as an online application. You assemble XOD programs by hooking up “nodes” on a working surface called a “patch”. It’s a lot easier than writing code and once you're done you just deploy everything to your Arduino.

    In this video I will introduce you to XOD. I’ll show you the principles of XOD programming and how to obtain the XOD IDE for your computer. I’ll then take you through a couple of demonstrations to show you just how easy it is to program in XOD.

    In the first demonstration you’ll learn how to work with XOD.We’ll start with a program that functions very much like the Arduino “Blink” sketch, and we’ll expand it to use two potentiometers to control the blink rate and duty cycle. You soon see how easy it is to program using XOD.

    Then we’ll move on and rebuild and improve a project that I worked on in a previous video, an LCD temperature and humidity gauge. Using nothing but XOD we will quickly put the project together and add a push button to switch the display between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

    Here is the Table of Contents for this video:

    XOD Theory - 3:33
    Getting XOD - 5:44
    Demo 1 - Working with an LED - 9:27
    Demo 2 - Temperature & Humidity Gauge - 26:49

    You’ll see that XOD is easy and fun to use!

    As always there is an in-depth article that accompanies this video, you’ll find it at . You’ll also find XOD documentation, tutorials and a very active forum on the XOD website at

    The folks who created XOD asked me to create this video and after trying XOD myself I was happy to oblige. I really think you’ll like XOD and that it will help you create wonderful Arduino projects without a lot of complex coding.

    XOD is still in its infancy and it won’t completely replace the Arduino IDE (at least not yet) but it’s still a very powerful tool that you’ll enjoy using.

  • 12 Ways To Make Your Minecraft House More Festive!

    20:27

    12 Ways To Make Your Minecraft House More Festive! Bit of a different format on this video. I will show you how to take any build and make it more festive for the holiday season!

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  • Microservices Data Patterns: CQRS & Event Sourcing by Edson Yanaga

    50:48

    One size does not fit all. And this is still specially true for your distributed data! Different types of data require different approaches of how you distribute & manipulate your data.

    Update frequency? Staleness? Push or pull? Legacy or new? Cache or direct read? Event Sourcing? Business or low-level events? Check this session to see how different technologies such as Data Virtualization, Change Data Capture, In-memory Data Grids, Reactive Programming and much more can be applied to solve a plethora of different data scenarios with different requirements.

    Edson Yanaga, Red Hat's Director of Developer Experience, is a Java Champion and Microsoft MVP. He is also a published author and a frequent speaker at international conferences, discussing Java, Microservices, Cloud Computing, DevOps, and Software Craftsmanship.

  • Introduction to Linux

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    Level: Beginner
    Date Created: August 16, 2010
    Length of Class: 47 Minutes
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    Linux
    Prerequisites

    None
    Purpose of Class

    This class teaches students the basic concepts that they should understand before they start trying to work with Linux.
    Topics Covered

    What is Linux
    Distributions
    Open Source Licensing
    Shells
    Significance of ROOT
    Importance of Capitalization
    Server vs. Desktop versions
    What Linux is best at
    Class Notes

    Introduction
    Linux was created by Linus Torvalds between 1991 and 1994
    Linux is not a version of Unix
    Distributions
    Once Linux was released to the public numerous institutions created their own versions of the operating system. These different versions are called Distributions, or Distros. Different Distros have different functionality.
    Open Source software is not necessarily free software
    Make sure you understand the licensing requirements for your Open Source software before you release it into a Production Environment.
    Defining The Shell
    The Shell is the interface you use to interact with the Operating System. Windows uses a GUI (Graphical User Interface) Shell, Linux primarily uses a LUI (Line User Interface)
    ROOT
    ROOT is the highest level of anything in the Linux world. ROOT user is the highest level user. The ROOT directory s the highest level directory.
    Capitalization matters in Linux (HOME is different then home)
    Server vs. Desktop Versions
    Server versions of Linux install the bare minimum number of components for the system to function. After installation you will be faced with a blinking cursor.
    Desktop versions of Linux come prepackaged with a GUI environment and numerous tools and applications. After installation you will be presented with an environment that looks a lot like Windows or the Mac OS.
    What Linux is really god for?
    Linux is great for server functionality
    Linux is still poor for every day desktop functionality for most users.

  • Python Online Multiplayer Game Development Tutorial

    2:21:21

    This Python online game tutorial will show you how to code a scaleable multiplayer game with python using sockets/networking and pygame. You will learn how to deploy your game so that people anywhere around the world can play against each other.

    You will learn and understand the following after this tutorial:
    • How a Client/Server System Works
    • How to Develop Applications to an External Server
    • How to Code a Client
    • How to Code a Server
    • Sending Encrypted Data Such as Objects Over a Port
    • Connecting Multiple Clients to a Server

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    ⭐️ Contents ⭐️
    ⌨️ (0:00:51) 1 - Creating a Client Using Sockets
    ⌨️ (0:16:55) 2 - Creating a Server
    ⌨️ (0:34:04) 3 - Sending & Receiving Information From Server
    ⌨️ (0:44:43) 4 - Connecting Multiple Clients
    ⌨️ (1:03:38) 5 - Sending Objects With Pickle!
    ⌨️ (1:14:52) 6 - Online Rock Paper Scissors

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  • More Python for Beginners

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    We’ll examine some of the more intermediate features we didn't think quite fit in our first series ( We’ll explore lambdas (anonymous functions) and object-oriented programming. We’ll also introduce some newer functionality to support asynchronous development through async/await.

    Beginning Python:
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    (0:00) Intro
    (03:22) Formatting And Linting
    (13:51) Formatting And Linting Demo
    (20:53) Lambdas
    (25:22) Lambdas Demo
    (29:23) Classes
    (41:17) Classes Demo
    (48:32) Inheritance
    (58:27) Inheritance Demo
    (1:09:29) Mixins
    (1:20:20) Mixins Demo
    (1:25:00) Managing The File System
    (1:29:32) Managing The File System Demo
    (1:36:45) Working With Files
    (1:44:39) Working With Files Demo
    (1:51:35) Cleanup With With
    (1:53:52) Cleanup With With Demo
    (1:55:55) Asynchronous Operations
    (2:08:24) Asynchronous Operations Demo
    (2:22:03) Thank You!

  • Introducing GoAnywhere MFT 5.7 New Web and Cloud App Integrations

    1:20

    Do you need to easily integrate with web and cloud applications like Salesforce, SharePoint, and Dropbox? Achieve all these and more with GoAnywhere MFT’s latest feature: Cloud Connectors! GoAnywhere MFT 5.7 offers out-of-the-box integrations with popular applications, making it fast, simple, and safe to exchange data outside your private network. Watch this on-demand webinar for an in-depth look at the details.

  • Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Game Master Mode Tutorial

    31:45

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    Our combat designer and in-house Game Master Edouard guides us through the basics of the Game Master Mode. You'll learn about setting up your first campaign using the campaign maps and using the tools at hand to create your story. We can't wait to see what you'll come up with!

  • Container Once, Serverless Anywhere

    41:30

    Introducing managed serverless containers with Knative. Join this session to learn about how Google Cloud is enabling you to run stateless containers on a fully managed environment or in your own GKE cluster. We will be showing demos and bringing customers along to share their story of how serverless makes their developers more productive.

    Session ID: DEV101
    Speaker(s):
    Donna Malayeri, Product Manager, Google Cloud 0:10, 27:21
    Matthias Riepl, Product Owner Digital Platform, MediaMarktSaturn Technology 17:56
    Fabian Seitz, Technical Product Manager, MediaMarktSaturn Technology 17:56

  • Setting Up Docker on Ubuntu

    6:10

    Watch this video tutorial from Elton Stoneman (@EltonStoneman) to learn how to set up Docker on your Ubuntu machine.

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    Docker is an open platform for developers and system administrators to build, ship and run distributed applications. With Docker, IT organizations shrink application delivery from months to minutes, frictionlessly move workloads between data centers and the cloud and can achieve up to 20X greater efficiency in their use of computing resources. Inspired by an active community and by transparent, open source innovation, Docker containers have been downloaded more than 700 million times and Docker is used by millions of developers across thousands of the world’s most innovative organizations, including eBay, Baidu, the BBC, Goldman Sachs, Groupon, ING, Yelp, and Spotify. Docker’s rapid adoption has catalyzed an active ecosystem, resulting in more than 180,000 “Dockerized” applications, over 40 Docker-related startups and integration partnerships with AWS, Cloud Foundry, Google, IBM, Microsoft, OpenStack, Rackspace, Red Hat and VMware.

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  • Technology as an Enterprise Enabler: Rajendran Dandapani

    1:02

    Technology is not a strategy unto itself. Instead, it enables strategy and empowers people aiming to implement it.

    Over the decades, we have seen wave after wave of technology wash over the business landscape, impacting every aspect of individual and group productivity, prospect, and customer relationships. A holistic effect on the organizational velocity has been felt. And those that adopt get to ride the wave, and leave the stragglers behind.

    This talk covers Raj's views on the technologies and tools we have today that are best-equipped to face the unique challenges that the COVID era has brought upon us and some more.

  • Beginners Guide: Everything you need to know - Marvel Strike Force

    1:16:12

    Beginners guide covering everything you need to know for Marvel Strike Force. Timestamps included below:

    1:33 - Levels, Abilities and Star Rating Overview
    8:11 - Stats Breakdown
    13:46 - Class Types Explained
    17:19 - Importance of Character Placement
    19:12 - Red Stars Overview
    21:20 - Buffs and De-Buffs Explained
    29:32 - Exclusive Characters and How to Farm Them
    32:30 - Where to Spend Your Power Cores
    36:00 - Premium Orb Farming Tips
    37:10 - Store Guide
    43:20 - Dailies and XP Farming Tips
    45:32 - Achievements Overview
    47:02 - Milestone Guide
    48:34 - Challenge Overview
    50:09 - Events Overview
    52:58 - Best Story Characters to Farm and to Use
    57:19 - Arena Overview
    59:42 - Alliances and Stark Tech Overview
    1:01:21 - Raid Overview
    1:05:06 - Blitz Overview
    1:10:40 - Dark Dimension Overview
    1:13:59 - Best Team for New Players

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  • Red Hat Developer: Build here. Go anywhere.

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    Join Red Hat Developer for the tools and training to develop applications for the cloud. Members get access to developer editions of Red Hat’s software, documentation, and premium books from our experts on microservices, serverless, Kubernetes, and Linux.

  • This Little Trick Keeps Netflix Running - Kubernetes & Containers Explained

    5:14

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  • Tour of the OpenShift 4.2 developer perspective web console

    7:16

    Jan Kleinert gives an overview of the OpenShift developer perspective. See the full overview here:

  • Synk Intel Vulnerability DB dependency analysis with Red Hat CodeReady Dependency Analytics

    1:02

    While using the Red Hat CodeReady Dependency Analytics plugin with Visual Studio Code and other IDEs, it will integrate with the Synk Intel Vulnerability DB. Opening an application manifest file will automatically trigger the dependency analysis and display vulnerability information.

  • Stack Analysis report in Red Hat CodeReady Dependency Analytics IDE extension

    1:13

    The stack analysis report within the Red Hat CodeReady Dependency Analytics IDE extension features detailed information about security vulnerabilities thanks to integration with the Synk Intel Vulnerability DB.

  • AppStudio for ArcGIS: An Introduction

    1:14:43

    With AppStudio for ArcGIS you can easily create GIS apps that run natively in smartphones, tablets and Desktop. In this session we will illustrate how you can build your own native apps. With AppStudio you can create apps without writing code, by extending app samples and templates, or built from scratch. This session will also discuss how you can distribute your apps within the Google Play and Apple store as well as your enterprise.

  • Application deployment is even easier in OpenShift 4.4

    7:04

    The most recent release of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform provides some enhancements and features which make application development even easier.

  • Setting Up Docker on Mac

    5:17

    Watch this video tutorial from Elton Stoneman (@EltonStoneman) to learn how to set up Docker on your Mac machine running OSX.

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    Docker is an open platform for developers and system administrators to build, ship and run distributed applications. With Docker, IT organizations shrink application delivery from months to minutes, frictionlessly move workloads between data centers and the cloud and can achieve up to 20X greater efficiency in their use of computing resources. Inspired by an active community and by transparent, open source innovation, Docker containers have been downloaded more than 700 million times and Docker is used by millions of developers across thousands of the world’s most innovative organizations, including eBay, Baidu, the BBC, Goldman Sachs, Groupon, ING, Yelp, and Spotify. Docker’s rapid adoption has catalyzed an active ecosystem, resulting in more than 180,000 “Dockerized” applications, over 40 Docker-related startups and integration partnerships with AWS, Cloud Foundry, Google, IBM, Microsoft, OpenStack, Rackspace, Red Hat and VMware.

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  • Singularity - Container Workflows for Compute.

    55:34

    In this video from the 2019 Stanford HPC Conference, Gregory M. Kurtzer from Sylabs Inc presents: Singularity - Container workflows for compute.

    Singularity is a widely adopted container technology specifically designed for compute-based workflows making application and environment reproducibility, portability and security a reality for HPC and AI researchers and resources. Here we will describe a high-level overview of Singularity and demonstrate how to integrate Singularity containers into existing application and resource workflows as well as describe some new trending models that we have been seeing.

    Gregory M. Kurtzer is the CEO and founder of Sylabs Inc., the company behind the open source container project Singularity. Sylabs caters to the needs of various compute-based workflows like traditional simulation, data science, real time analytics, and AI use-cases. Previously, Greg has spent most of his career enabling massive scale compute focused use cases where he created and led various open source projects along that mission, including the Warewulf cluster management toolkit, CentOS Linux, and most recently, the container system Singularity.


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  • Webinar: Automating Kubernetes Deployments

    58:58

    Join us for Kubernetes Forums Seoul, Sydney, Bengaluru and Delhi - learn more at kubecon.io

    Don't miss KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2020 events in Amsterdam March 30 - April 2, Shanghai July 28-30 and Boston November 17-20! Learn more at kubecon.io. The conference features presentations from developers and end users of Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy, and all of the other CNCF-hosted projects

    Kubernetes abstracts and simplifies many aspects configuring and scaling infrastructure, but still requires DevOps. Building CI/CD pipelines to correctly deploy to Kuberentes clusters is a time-consuming process. In this webinar, we'll look at how GitLab is thinking about CI/CD as code with versionable and template-able pipelines. With re-usable code snippets, we'll show how building pipelines can be simplified to just a few clicks while remaining fully customizable.

  • Introducing .app domain names and how to secure them

    39:09

    .app, the web's first secure-only open top-level domain (TLD) for mobile apps and developers, is launching on May 8. This in-depth technical talk covers use cases for .app domain names, HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS), best practices for secure website development, and the unique security benefits of .app domains thanks to TLD-wide HSTS.

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  • Setting Up Docker on Windows

    5:38

    Watch this video tutorial from Elton Stoneman (@EltonStoneman) to learn how to set up Docker on your Windows machine.

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    Docker is an open platform for developers and system administrators to build, ship and run distributed applications. With Docker, IT organizations shrink application delivery from months to minutes, frictionlessly move workloads between data centers and the cloud and can achieve up to 20X greater efficiency in their use of computing resources. Inspired by an active community and by transparent, open source innovation, Docker containers have been downloaded more than 700 million times and Docker is used by millions of developers across thousands of the world’s most innovative organizations, including eBay, Baidu, the BBC, Goldman Sachs, Groupon, ING, Yelp, and Spotify. Docker’s rapid adoption has catalyzed an active ecosystem, resulting in more than 180,000 “Dockerized” applications, over 40 Docker-related startups and integration partnerships with AWS, Cloud Foundry, Google, IBM, Microsoft, OpenStack, Rackspace, Red Hat and VMware.

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  • GWT Developers - GoGrid

    2:50

    Justin Kitagawa of GoGrid talks about their application, a multi-server control panel that enables you to deploy and scale load-balanced cloud server networks. GoGrid recently won Best in Show at LinuxWorld 2008.

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  • Moving your Containers to Amazon EKS - AWS Online Tech Talks

    40:16

    Running a production Kubernetes cluster is complex and time consuming. Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) makes it easy to run Kubernetes by fully managing the Kubernetes masters and etcd for you. In this webinar, we'll show you how to get started with Amazon EKS including how to seamlessly migrate your Kubernetes workloads to EKS.

    Learning Objectives:
    Learn how Amazon EKS makes it easy to run Kubernetes on AWS
    Learn when to use Amazon EKS
    Learn how to move your cluster to run on Amazon EKS

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk Tutorial | AWS Certification | AWS Tutorial | Edureka

    32:10

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    This Edureka AWS Elastic Beanstalk Tutorial” video will help you understand how to deploy an application on Elastic Beanstalk a web hosting PAAS service offered by Amazon.
    Following is the list of topics covered in this session:
    1. What is Elastic Beanstalk?
    2. Features of Elastic Beanstalk.
    3. Components of Elastic Beanstalk.
    4. The architecture of Elastic Beanstalk.
    5. Hands-on Demo
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    AWS holds 69% of the global market share in the cloud computing market. Some of the prominent companies who use AWS as their backbone are Kelloggs, Netflix, Adobe, Airbnb and General Electric. Irrespective of the size of an organization, everyone has started to adopt the cloud services in one way or the other, and AWS is the major player in the Cloud services industry.
    AWS Certification Training from Edureka is designed to provide in-depth knowledge about AWS architectural principles and its services.

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    What are the objectives of our AWS Architect Certification Training?

    AWS Architect Certification Training is designed by industry experts to make you a AWS Certified Solutions Architect. During this AWS Architect Training, you’ll learn:

    1) AWS Architecture and different models of Cloud Computing
    2) Compute Services: AWS EC2, Auto Scaling and Load Balancing, AWS Lambda, Elastic Beanstalk
    3) Storage Services: AWS EBS, AWS S3, AWS Glacier, AWS CloudFront, AWS Snowball, Storage Gateway
    4) Database Services: AWS RDS, AWS DynamoDB, ElastiCache, AWS RedShift
    5) Security and Identity Services: IAM, KMS
    6) Networking Services: Amazon VPC, Route 53, Direct Connect
    7) Management Tools: AWS CloudTrail, AWS CloudWatch, CloudFormation, OpsWorks, Trusty Advisor
    8) Application Services: SES, SNS, SQS

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    What are the skills that you will be learning with our AWS Architect Certification Training?

    AWS Architect Certification is designed by industry experts to make you a certified AWS Solutions Architect. It will polish your skills by offering you comprehensive knowledge on Cloud computing. On the completion of the AWS Architect Training, learner will be able to:

    1) Design and deploy scalable, highly available, and fault tolerant systems on AWS
    2) Understand lift and shift of an existing on-premises application to AWS
    3) Ingress and egress of data to and from AWS
    4) Identify the appropriate AWS service based on data, compute, database, or security requirements
    5) Identify the appropriate use of AWS architectural best practices
    6) Estimate AWS costs and identifying cost control mechanisms
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    This AWS Certification Training is designed for the IT professionals who want to pursue a career in Cloud Computing and become AWS Certified Solutions Architect. Our AWS Architect Certification Training helps you to grab this opportunity and accelerate your career. It is best suited for:
    1) Professionals who want Project Experience in migrating and deploying AWS solutions
    2) Professionals with IT Infrastructure background
    3) Professionals with Virtualisation experience
    4) DevOps professionals
    5) Professionals with the understanding of application, server, and network security and compliance

    For more information, Please write back to us at sales@edureka.co or call us at IND: 9606058406 / US: 18338555775 (toll free).

  • Single Codebase, Two Apps with Flutter and Firebase

    33:49

    Create an app for both iOS and Android, without building it twice! In this presentation, you'll watch how a single developer, live on stage, uses Flutter and Firebase to build two real native apps from a single codebase. This is real! Along the way you'll learn how to build beautiful cross-platform UIs with Flutter, how you can paint your app to life with Flutter's sub-second hot reload dev experience, and how to use the Firebase SDK with Flutter.

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  • Using Vagrant, Docker, & Terraform to streamline your development & demo environments

    50:04

    Are developers and QA who are globally distributed on the same page in your organization? Are you spending too much time troubleshooting configuration issues instead of product issues? Do you have a distributed sales team that needs access to a reusable demo library?

    Electric Cloud was confronted with the same problems and in this talk they share how they overcame these challenges.

    Tools such as Vagrant, Docker and Terraform allowed them to get on the same page, streamline their development environment and allowed them to scale.

    Beyond engineering, support and sales got on board and started using the same tools for cases and demos. They saw results across the organization and want to share ehri success and some tips for rolling out these initiatives across your business.

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    Nikhil Vaze is a Senior Software Engineer on the Electric Cloud engineering team. He is a full stack engineer and loves to hack on things. Nikhil holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and Master of Science in Security Informatics from Johns Hopkins University.

  • Oracle Linux Is Really the Ideal Linux for Oracle Cloud Developers

    43:30

    Wim Coekaerts, Senior Vice President, Operating Systems and Virtualization Engineering, Oracle

    Complete Dtrace integration, developer toolsets, Oracle Java, Go, .NET core, Oracle instant client libraries packages, Python, PHP, Node prelinked with Oracle Instant Client support. Tools for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Kubernetes, Docker, Terraform, Packer, Notary. Fast access to an in-cloud container registry with Oracle product container images, Oracle Ksplice, Oracle VM VirtualBox...full support at no extra cost. No need to go download things with a web browser...pretty much all the tools you need in order to build applications for the cloud. That...is Oracle Linux for developers, for production. A one-stop shop. Learn more in this session.

  • The future of OpenZFS and FreeBSD

    41:48

    Looking at the recent changes to the OpenZFS Project, and how FreeBSD will interact with the OpenZFS Project going forward.

    This talk will discuss:

    How the OpenZFS project started
    How the OpenZFS project has changed over the last 5 years
    The introduction of the monthly ZFS Leadership Call
    New problems as ZFS has matured (needing to add a deprecation policy, etc)
    How the OpenZFS project is working to reduce the differences across platforms (command line switches, NFS differences)
    Interoperability improvements (feature flag ‘compatibility’ groups)
    New procedures to prevent divergence and coordinate development across platforms (reserving flags, wider discussion before names for features/flags are decided)
    Then switch gears and cover FreeBSD specific issues:

    The switch to ZoL as upstream
    Why we are making the change
    What we get out of it
    How it is better for all of OpenZFS
    And finally a status report:

    ZFS-on-Linux and ZFS-on-FreeBSD are now “OpenZFS”
    There is no LinuxKPI in ZFS (kill the FUD)
    What has OpenZFS done for me lately (new and upcoming features)
    Allan Jude

    FreeBSD user (2001), doc (2014), and src (2015) committer. FreeBSD Core Team (2016-2020)
    Co-Author of “FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS” and “FreeBSD Mastery: Advanced ZFS” with Michael W. Lucas
    VP Engineering at Klara Inc (FreeBSD development and support services)

  • Build once, innovate anywhere, move freely: Accelerate digital transformation in your organization

    15:55

    Red Hat Forum 2019 Melbourne - B5: Gold Sponsor IBM - Build once, innovate anywhere, move freely- Accelerate digital transformation in your organization by Shanker V Selvadurai, VP & CTO of Cloud & Cognitivie Software, IBM Asia Pacific

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  • The Future of Reporting & Analysis AI and ML

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  • Whats new in security for Red Hat OpenStack Platform?

    38:07

    At last year's Red Hat Summit, we outlined the security roadmap strategy and vision for Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Since then, significant security advances have been made. In this session, we'll share what's new in key management, encryption at rest and in flight, compliance, and more. We'll also provide a preview of the future of the security of Red Hat OpenStack Platform.

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  • OpenStack Tutorial For Beginners | OpenStack Tutorial | OpenStack Training | Edureka

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    This Edureka 'OpenStack Tutorial' explains all the OpenStack services - Compute, Storage, Networking etc. This will also help you to understand the architecture of a OpenStack cloud infrastructure and how all the services communicate with one another.

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  • UI Elements at 60fps

    32:18

    Users expect Progressive Web Apps interfaces to be responsive and intuitive. In this session we’ll dissect some UI components, and see how we can build them in a performant way that delights our users.

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  • Extending the Kubernetes API: What the Docs Dont Tell You I - James Munnelly, Jetstack

    33:47

    Extending the Kubernetes API: What the Docs Don't Tell You [I] - James Munnelly, Jetstack

    At the heart of Kubernetes is its API. Whilst on the surface it may appear relatively simple to use, under the hood is a beast of complex conversions, codecs and generators. In this talk, I'll show you how the Kubernetes maintainers have created their own tooling to make this process easy when contributing to core, and how you can use this to build your own custom controllers, operators and API servers. I'll then demonstrate this technique with a pager extension to Kubernetes.

    About James Munnelly
    I'm a Solutions Engineer at Jetstack, which involves helping customers bend and break Kubernetes to their will. I've created a number of extensions to Kubernetes core, including cert-manager (a kube-lego successor), Navigator (DBaaS for Kubernetes), and built my own simple cloud provider for bare metal clusters. I mostly spend my time browsing GitHub and then tweeting about it
    Join us for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Barcelona May 20 - 23, Shanghai June 24 - 26, and San Diego November 18 - 21! Learn more at The conference features presentations from developers and end users of Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy and all of the other CNCF-hosted projects.

  • OpenShift API Data Protection OADP with Ceph CSI Annette Clewett Red Hat OpenShift Commons Briefing

    49:51

    OpenShift API Data Protection OADP with Ceph CSI
    Annette Clewett (Red Hat)
    Dylan Murray (Red Hat)
    Raghavendra Manjunath (Red Hat)
    OpenShift Commons Briefing
    9/21/2020

  • PostgreSQL and AWS Aurora Capture with GoldenGate

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  • Kernel documentation: what we have and where its going

    46:08

    Jonathan Corbet

    The Linux kernel features an extensive array of, to put it kindly, somewhat disorganized documentation. A significant effort is underway to make things better, though. This talk will review the state of kernel documentation, cover the changes that are being made (including the adoption of a new system for formatted documentation), and discuss how interested developers can help.

  • AWS re:Invent 2015 | AWS CodeDeploy: Automating Your Software Deployments

    44:51

    So you’ve written some code. Now what? How do you make it available to your customers in an efficient and reliable manner? Learn how you can use AWS CodeDeploy to easily and quickly push your application updates. This talk will introduce you to the basics of CodeDeploy: key concepts, how it works, where it fits in your release process, and some deployment strategies to get you started on the right foot. We’ll walk through several demos, going from a basic sample deployment to a live update of a large multi-instance fleet, giving you a sense for how CodeDeploy can grow with your needs.

  • Python Flask Tutorial: Deploying Your Application - Deploy to a Linux Server

    1:15:00

    In this Python Flask Tutorial, we will be learning how to deploy our application to a Linux Server from scratch using Linode.

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    We will be covering the entire deployment of a Flask application. This includes spinning up a new Linux Server and tightening its security with SSH keys and firewalls. Then we will install Nginx and Gunicorn so that we can get our Flask App running. Let's get started...

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  • VMworld 2019 US Day 2 General Session

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    VMware CTO Ray O’Farrell guides the conversation with a series of hands-on demos as we look at the dynamic interplay between apps, infrastructure, cloud, networking, security, and devices.

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