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Whether you’re trying to stay up to date on AWS during the commute or want to hear from interesting people in the world of tech, we’ve got you covered.

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The morning show you never knew you wanted

The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage

The latest in AWS news, sprinkled with snark. Posts about AWS come out over sixty times a day. We filter through it all to find the hidden gems, the community contributions–the stuff worth hearing about! Then we summarize it with snark and share it with you–minus the nonsense.

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The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage Wherever You May Rome
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The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage 12.02.2019
The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage 14 Minutes
AWS Morning Brief for the week of December 2nd, 2019.
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Screaming in the Cloud with Corey Quinn features conversations with domain experts in the world of Cloud Computing. Topics discussed include AWS, GCP, Azure, Oracle Cloud, and the “why” behind how businesses are coming to think about the Cloud.

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The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage Google Is Deprecating This Podcast with Cody Ogden
The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage Screaming in the Cloud
The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage 12.04.2019
The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage 35 Minutes
Cody Ogden is the founder of Killed by Google, an open source project that tracks the life and death of Google’s product portfolio. He’s also a software engineer at CannabizMedia and a founding partner at Rocket Squirrel, a company that specializes in delivering exemplary user experiences. Join Corey and Cody as they explore everything there is to know about the life and death of products like Google Reader and Hire by Google, why companies might want to think twice about relying on the G Suite platform, how “long-term” means different things to different people, the fate of Fitbit, what happens when Google and AWS decide to decommission products, the rise of Alphabet and what it means for certain Google brands, how Google and Amazon’s customer service offerings stack up, and more.
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The Future Is Time Series Data with Russ Savage 11.27.2019
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Russ Savage is the product manager at InfluxData, makers of InfluxDB, the open source time series database. Prior to holding that position, Russ wore many hats in the tech industry, including working as an application engineering team lead at Cask Data, a systems architect at Elastic, a marketing engineer at Box, and a product manager at Orbitz. Join Corey and Russ as they discuss how the evolution of computing power is rendering Hadoop irrelevant, what it’s like selling open source software, what it means to be a “true” open source company, the important role community engagement plays in open source projects, the pros and cons of mutli-cloud, why you might want to monitor events at the nanosecond level, the best use cases for time series data, how time series databases have evolved over time, and more.
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