All articles by: Alessio Gandini

Alessio Gandini
Cloud-native Development Line Manager @ beSharp, DevOps Engineer and AWS expert.Since I was still in the Alfa version, I’m a computer geek, a computer science-addicted, and passionate about electronics all-around.At this moment, I’m hanging out in the IoT world, also exploring the voice user experience, trying to do amazing (Io)Things.Passionate about cinema and great TV series consumer, Sunday videogamer
 

Serverless infrastructures provide huge advantages with respect to “classic” server infrastructures.  One can easily understand this by looking at a […]

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In the past, we covered continuous delivery pipelines in multiple blog posts; that’s because having an automatic, reliable, and fully […]

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Introduction Nowadays it is increasingly important to be able to monitor and track the status of your applications, as well […]

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Big Data analytics is becoming increasingly important to draft major business choices in corporations of all sizes. However collecting, aggregating, […]

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A. Gandini - S. Merlini - 13 November 2020

With human society transforming to a wholly digitally connected community, the amount of generated and collected data is growing outstandingly. […]

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More and more applications, both mobile and web, rely on managed services such as Amazon Cognito for user authentication and […]

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A. Gandini - S. Merlini - 12 June 2020

We are in the middle of the serverless age, in a moment where the advantages of this approach become more […]

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We have already written about Continuous Delivery/Continuous Integration several times, most of them mainly focused on the backend part of […]

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Alessio Gandini - 24 January 2020

Design a microservices-based application presents some challenges such as service discovery, standardize internal cross-service communication, services synchronization, and much more. […]

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Alessio Gandini - 30 December 2019

Stateful vs. Stateless: the good, the bad and the ugly In the era of SaaS services, building stateless microservices seems […]

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