Free ebook: Building and Deploying Applications on the Cloud

Andreas Wittig – 27 Apr 2016

DZone published a new guide: Building and Deploying Applications on the Cloud. It contains an article from Michael and me: Building Blocks for Highly Available Systems on AWS.

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The ebook contains the following articles:

  • Fullstack Engineering in the Age of Hybrid Cloud
  • The Step-By-Step Guide for Keeping Your Cloud Applications Secure
  • Building Blocks for Highly Available Systems on AWS
  • Architecting for Failure
  • Diving Deeper into Cloud Development
  • The 12-Factor App
  • Moving to the Cloud: Transforming Technology and the Team
  • Servers? Where We’re Going We Don’t Need Servers
  • Focusing on the Cloud in Cloud Applications
  • Executive Insights on Developing & Deploying Applications on the Cloud
  • Cloud Development Solutions Directory

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I launched cloudonaut.io in 2015 with my brother Michael. Since then, we have published hundreds of articles, podcast episodes, and videos. It’s all free and means a lot of work in our spare time. We enjoy sharing our AWS knowledge with you.
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