An Agile Team’s Progression Through the Stages of Team Development

I read an old colleague’s article about ‘Adaptive Leadership’. I really enjoyed it. He posted it on LinkedIn. Go check it out, it’s a good read. It’s his fifth article on there and I hope to see more. In it, Brian discussed and explained the different leadership styles used during different team development stages (you … Continue reading An Agile Team’s Progression Through the Stages of Team Development

So you wanna be multi-tenant…

I’ve recently been having some conversations with clients who currently provide an on premise software solution. Their product started out as a two-tier thick client and has moved towards a cloud-hosted N-tier web application. Currently they deploy their solution on premise for each of their customers. They think they need to become multi-tenant in order to … Continue reading So you wanna be multi-tenant…

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Part IX: IAM, CloudWatch and RDS High Availability

  1. IAM a. Domain i. Users 1. Represents a specific set of credentials tied to the identity of a specific user ii. Groups 1. Group of users that can have permissions or roles associated 2. You can’t nest groups iii. Roles 1. Defines a set of permissions for a specific resource 2. Rather than … Continue reading AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Part IX: IAM, CloudWatch and RDS High Availability

AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Part VII: ELB & Auto Scaling

  1. Configuring Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) a. Characteristics i. Region wide load balancer 1. Deploy to multiple availability zones ii. Fully managed load balancer iii. Can be used internally or externally iv. Layer-7 functionality 1. SSL termination and processing a. Important because if its not done at the ELB it will happen on the … Continue reading AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Part VII: ELB & Auto Scaling