Roadmap review and retrospective 2020: MLOps

The Roadmap Architecture Improve my knowledge and skills as systems architect; Monolith to “smaller services” journey. MLOps MLOps definition; Acquire machine learning knowledge; Explore the main differences between machine learning development and software development. Python Improve my coding and testing skills. Cloud Providers Improve my Google Cloud Platform (GCP) knowledge; Improve my Amazon Web Services (AWS knowledge; Get a certification in on of the cloud providers. Kubernetes Acquire and evolve my knowledge around Kubernetes platform. Monitoring Improve my knowledge around

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Roadmap review and retrospective 2017: DevOps way

DevOps DevOps as Code Pipeline – the ultimate cultural tool Delivering changes for databases (including databases in the DevOps routine) Database Data masking Data generation Source Control Redgate SQL Source Control Migrations vs State Continuous Integration Jenkins 2 TeamCity Travis CI VSTS Build Continuous Delivery Octopus Deploy (@ Linux) VSTS Release Management Configuration Management Puppet Logging Elastic stack (Logstash, Elastic Search, Kibana) Monitoring Azure Monitor Datadog Azure Azure Resource Manager Web Apps SQL Database AWS The basics – resources creation,

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Roadmap review and retrospective 2016: DbOps definition

Source Control Mercurial (TortoiseHg) vs Git (SourceTree) Flyway Redgate (Source Control, DLM Automation Suite) ReadyRoll Continuous Integration Jenkins TFS Build vNext (2015) Database unit/integration tests tSQLt DbFit Continuous Delivery Octopus Deploy TFS Release Management (2015) Infrastruture as Code Chef Puppet Powershell DSC Azure Resource Manager During 2016 the main focus around DevOps was the its definition. My DevOps definition was built around databases operations and development (hence the title “DbOps”). The plan was to cover the 3 stages of the

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Roadmap review and retrospective 2015: Hello WordPress

Introduction to WordPress My first wordpress post: SQLSaturday#429 Porto 2015 experience Recovering an old post: Arduino Christmas Lights My first Porto.Data presentation: XIV Porto.Data 15 December 2015 In the end of 2015 I decided to create this blog with the purpose of documenting and sharing the acquired knowledge during my professional and personal journal. Writing what I learn is a good habit and helps me to structure my knowledge. Plus, is good to share with more people and even better get some feedback

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