Changing careers can be exciting and intimidating at the same time, especially when you are learning a new skill set.
This is a brief introduction around my journey from Sales Representative at Custom Ink to Operations Engineer and the
resources I used to transition into Ops Engineering.
In today’s world of cloud-hosted service-oriented architectures, infrastructures are becoming increasingly complex and dynamic. Companies need a way to tell the full story of how their systems are behaving.
When the weather cools down, Custom Ink rings in fall with donuts, cider and... an office wide Halloween costume contest. Our Tech Platform team definitely doesn't take this opportunity for creativity and competition lightly! In the spirit of Halloween, here's a look back on some of the best group costumes our group has put together: Command Center IRL Somewhere in Never Land Where is Mario's Luigi? You... are... a... toy! 2018 group - spot the Inker! Saving the best for...
Using AWS Lambda@Edge, Kinesis, & QuickSight.
Every large consumer-facing #rails app I have worked on has on and off again spikes of cookie overflow issues. It is made infinitely more complex with multiple front end apps. I will be digging into this more over the next couple days.— Dan Mayer (@danmayer) August 13, 2019
We love open source. We build on open source technology and we strive to give back to the community. One of our Engineers - Ken Collins - discovered a creative way to map a Lambda request to a Rack request for a Full-Stack Rails application. We open sourced the Lamby project to provide a minimal amount of code to allow your Rails project to respond to incoming Lambda events. Ken shared our story of monoliths to microservices to Lamby at...