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Dear C2C’er, Many organisations still have what I would call legacy applications within and even running their businesses. Applications built on Lotus Notes, or bespoke Microsoft Access systems. Lift and Shift doesn’t seem to be a valid approach and rebuilding the functionality may be costly. Does anyone have any experience or advice for these organisations on a migration strategy?
Hello everyone,Setting this thread up for next week’s C2C Deep Dive on serverless applications with Cloud Run, presented by @wietsevenema If you have any questions you know you’ll want to ask, share them here in this thread! Wietse already has a packed schedule prepared for this session, but with this shiny new community platform we have an opportunity to get connected ahead of time.Sign up for the C2C Deep Dive here.We can also return here to continue any discussion that comes out of this session. Looking forward to having you join us next week! C2C Deep Dives invite members of the community to bring their questions directly to presenters. Submit your questions in advance by participating in our event discussion below.Last, if you have your own story to share on a Deep Dive. you can DM me or reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There’s a lot of buzz around low code vs. no code in the cloud-computing world, and it’s possible to confuse these two. Both of these approaches are very user-friendly, intuitive, and operating as a boon for non-coders, beginners, and experts who wish to build their applications on the cloud. However, there’s a lot of ambiguity around what is low code and what is no code, or the overall usage of these terms, since they appear to overlap at certain places. Low-code vs. no-code app development platforms come with their unique advantages and disadvantages. It’s helpful to learn about the unique features, differences, similarities, and use cases to determine which one is best for you. Let’s read ahead and find out which software would provide the best solution to keep your team agile throughout the development process.Read the entire article here Thank you @Vijeta90 for writing it out for us, super helpful information!!
Hi C2C Community! Here’s a friendly note from your neighborhood content managerWanna contribute to our community knowledge base?I’d love someone to write about low code vs. no code! I’ll provide a brief that will contain the headlines, word counts, and all the keywords you need to include. I’ve tried to make it as efficient as possible, all it requires is your expertise!Who would like to help? Reply right here, or email me (email@example.com).
“Hackathons aren’t just for programmers anymore.” and “no-code development” was a topic that we were discussing the previous week with some friends.I’m glad that I read today Jennifer Cadence’s article about these topics.https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/no-code-development/no-code-hackathons-with-google-clouds-appsheetWhat is your opinion on this subject?Look ma, no hands
I found two great articles about Autopilot on GKE.One is from CluePhant https://cluephant.medium.com/autopilot-in-google-kubernetes-engine-gke-ac65992b443d andfrom Tomas Papez https://medium.com/gcp-in-actum-digital/gke-autopilot-is-here-but-not-for-us-for-now-a4abc771906cHave you read them? Have you used Autopilot? Are you thinking on using it? Why or Why not? Can you share your thoughts with us?
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