I'm glad to announce that, again, we are sponsoring the Perl Toolchain Summit. Until this year, this coding workshop was known as the Perl QA Hackathon, a series of annual events. It is our second year sponsoring the “Quality Assurance” Perl Hackathon, and last year we even sent one of our Perl engineers to work hands-on with the rest of the participants.
If you want to run your web app on the cloud, it's not as easy as start running an instance there. Otherwise, you won't make the most of the possibilities the public cloud platforms allow you. That's why we've developed these 4 core points to make the most of your app on the public cloud environments.
New public cloud regions in UK bring new opportunities for customers, particularly for those who may have seen data sovereignty as one of the blockers to cloud adoption. But a question comes to mind about the cost of UK Cloud.
Is there an additional cost for businesses who can’t have their data leave our shores, in the post ‘brexit’ world - even to Europe? It turns out there is.
It’s that time of the year again. The opportunity to travel somewhere new in Europe to attend “Yet Another Perl Conference” (YAPC), to join its community for a few sunny days, attend some great Perl & non-Perl talks and do some tourism while we’re at it.