E.g. Using my Raspberry PI, AWS and some sensors.
[5 Native Cloud]:
From Cloud Service Provider to Industrial Cloud Provider, Micro Services instead of on-prem Monoliths…so on and so forth.
PurposePurpose of this post is, to achieve a knowledge enrichment for myself. It’s more than a repetition, I also add some findings to the content I learned from additional sources and I get some practice using draw.io for architecture visualization. And as well for free, some Use Cases for training using my AWS Account! TopicBelow […]
Coming from the On Premises approach (1st column), you own the server mostly in redundancy to ensure reliability. Infrastructure-as-a-Service/IaaS (2nd column) IaaS is the next stage and we already use a virtual machine, a server located in the data center. Platform-as-a-Service/PaaS (3rd column) is following. There is no more access to the machine, but we […]
Amazon EC2 instances can replace from the on-premises infrastructure servers like: Application Server, Web Server, Database Server, Game Server, Mail Server, Media Server, Catalog Server, File Server, Computing Server, Proxy Server to mention the most relevant. To get a short overview, the table above shows possible EC2 instances, you can choose in dependency of the […]
Daniel Elizalde is my IoT Coach, I did his IoT Certified Program for IoT Product Managers. Today Daniel is working for Ericsson as VP IoT North America in Santa Clara, so I am linked to the center of disruption!
Native cloud is the new normal. On-Prem is past! AWS is more then self-learning to become a AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate. It's part of my mindset as a Product Teamleader. E.g. I joined in 2018 the AWS Community Days, also a lot of online conferences I attended in 2019. AWS my choice of the leading CSP.
To run the Raspberry Pi and in relation to e.g. some cloud cases Python is my choice. Not to become the super hero hacker, more to get knowledge from the perspective of a Product Manager on his journey of tool from today.
The Pi a beautiful micro computer to do so easy prototyping with sensors and to build the IoT Technology Stack in real! Great tool. Also I am not want to become the device nerd talking only with AWS Lex and the Pi to the cloud. But it's amazing what solutions are possible with the Pi. A lot to do....
NetAcad.com is the Online learning offer of Cisco. And they offer some great IoT modules, I enroled.
Udacity is more for Data Scientist, sure. But I like the Nano Degree AI programming with Python. It's a great journey in the world of math and some introductional coding and to learn about the toolbox of Data Science in general.