A Podcast About Cloud Native Software Development, AWS, and Distributed Systems
Hands On AWS - Massively Scalable Image Hosting Using S3 and CloudFront - Part 2
In episode #109 of Mobycast, we started our discussion on how to build a massively scalable image hosting service. We talked about the general architecture and then dove deep on how to handle image uploads.
But uploading is only half the solution. We also need to allow downloads of the images. Turns out, downloading is a totally different game.
In this episode of Mobycast, Jon and Chris finish their two-part series on building an image hosting solution. We discuss in detail how to enable downloads of files with the help of CloudFront, a global network of edge locations that makes it easy to achieve massive scale.
Hands On AWS - Massively Scalable Image Hosting Using S3 and CloudFront - Part 1
If you are building software apps, at some point you will likely need to build an image hosting service (let's be honest, probably more than once!). Image hosting is a core feature of many apps, and it's important to get right.
We all know the best practices for building image hosting in the cloud. Start with Amazon S3 for the uploads. Then serve them up with a CDN like CloudFront. Easy, right? Well, as usual, the devil's in the details.
In this episode of Mobycast, Jon and Chris kick off a two-part series detailing how to build a massively scalable image hosting service. We share hard-won tips and tricks so you can avoid common pitfalls when building your own solution.
Replay of Ep 43 - The Birth of NoSQL and DynamoDb – Part 5
This is the fifth and final episode that we’re re-releasing from back when we told Chris’s personal story of starting Viathan, which was a software startup built to create one of the first internet scale databases. In this episode, we compare Viathan’s pre-cloud architecture to that of DynamoDB. They’re less different than you might expect!
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Exceptional podcast on all things DevOps
These 2 guys are the perfect pair. Jon and Chris are great together. Good luck in finding anyone with more knowledge than Chris Hickman. Overall incredible podcast!