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Tyler Treat
Interested in messaging middleware, distributed systems, and cloud infrastructure. Managing Partner at . Author of .
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Nick Craver Jul 30
Hacker News really great source of advice if you want tons of alternatives that completely disregard the situation, resources, and basically all constraints of the problem at hand.
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ahmet alp balkan Jul 20
Published a setup guide for multi-region apps on Cloud Run. 🌍 You can now route your users to the nearest deployment with a global anycast IP + managed TLS certs, and have CDN on top it if you want, too.
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Tyler Treat Jul 15
Over the past year I've been helping a few clients do data analytics on . In that time, I've become pretty familiar with the ETL and data tooling available on the platform. I finally spent some time writing down my thoughts.
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HydroxyCoreyQuinn Jul 13
Tonight I want to rant a bit about money. For those who've never run a company, it turns out they run on giant burning piles of money. It's way more expensive to run a small business than I'd have believed before I did it.
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Tyler Treat Jul 13
This is a big deal if you're doing serverless on . Serverless NEGs allow load balancers to be used with App Engine, Cloud Run, and Functions. This in turn enables global static IPs, multi-region deployments, Cloud CDN, and Cloud Armor for these.
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Tyler Treat Jul 9
Congrats Derek and team!
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Liftbridge Jul 9
Liftbridge 1.2.0 will include a number of noteworthy improvements including TLS support for NATS connections, stream-level configuration, an async publish API, and improved tail latency.
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Liftbridge Jul 2
In order to offer better visibility into the direction and upcoming features for Liftbridge, we've published our product roadmap. Check it out here:
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Camille Fournier Jul 1
I wish Google had never killed reader merely so I would never ever have to hear anyone whine about its death again
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Robert Kluin Jun 30
Replying to @tyler_treat
That last sentence is so common. I feel like every time I try something to 'make building systems easier' you wind up needing to understand the 'easier' thing _plus_ the 'hard' stuff it was trying to make easy.
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Tyler Treat Jun 30
Is it possible to make use of Glue crawlers outside the context of Glue jobs? Like is there a way I can use crawlers to catalog my data and then just write some Python to do ETL on those data sources outside of Glue?
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Tyler Treat Jun 30
Yeah things like Step Functions are much more up my alley. I think it's the low/no-code stuff that tries to abstract things away but ultimately just makes things harder to debug that I struggle with. Would rather just write code.
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Tyler Treat Jun 30
Replying to @tyler_treat
I have found that I really, really dislike managed workflow engines. Data Fusion, Glue, Cloud Composer/Apache Airflow. They seem to all be in this weird in-between of trying to provide GUIs with low-code solutions but needing understanding to debug distributed computing systems.
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Tyler Treat Jun 30
Replying to @tyler_treat
Also, gotta love it when something completely unrelated to your job blows up deep in the internals of Spark. Love me some opaque Java stack traces. Data Fusion has the same problems trying to abstract away Dataproc which in turn tries to abstract away Hadoop.
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Tyler Treat Jun 30
Replying to @tyler_treat
Couldn't even get through a guided tutorial without AWS tripping over their own IAM.
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Tyler Treat Jun 30
Wow, I tried AWS Glue to do some ETL stuff and it was not a very pleasant experience. Almost made GCP's Data Fusion look usable. At least with Glue I won't find a surprise bill for thousands of dollars when I forget to tear stuff down.
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Tyler Treat Jun 24
Another zero-trust post, this time with Kubernetes: Using Google-Managed Certificates and Identity-Aware Proxy With GKE
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Scott Piper Jun 23
This chart shows the counts of APIs by AWS service, grouped by the categories in the web console. It's interesting seeing how "large" some categories of the AWS ecosystem are that you may not have much knowledge of.
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Tyler Treat Jun 22
Zero-Trust Security on With Context-Aware Access -
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Tyler Treat May 30
Now do Cloud Run on :)
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