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This week on Ship It! Gerhard talks with Lars Wikman (independent Elixir/BEAM software consultant) why sometimes a monolith running on a single host with continuous backups and a built-in self-restore capability is everything that a small team of developers needs. That’s right, no Kubernetes or microservices. After 2 years of running changelog.com, a Phoenix monolith, on Kubernetes, what do I think? Join our discuss and find out!
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Notes and Links
- 🎬Follow-up YouTube stream
- Post-mortem: 10 years in the vertical: Part 1
- Beam Bloggers Webring
- Litestream - Continuously stream SQLite changes to an object store
- Teaching Elixir & other videos
- Live stream - PromEx w. Alex Koutmos
- Regular Programming, conversations about software development and programming
- BEAM Radio - Stories and conversations around Elixir, Erlang and the BEAM ecosystem