Back in the day all the websites I created were static websites. I’m talking about like 1995-ish. Back then I was super excited when I figured out how to get an html form to use Perl and the cgi-bin to send an email… These days even with PHP, Django, Rails, etc. there are times when… Continue reading Create a static website from a Google Storage Bucket
Way back when, we used to run RedHat servers at D2. I was even RedHat certified at one point. These days I run Ubuntu locally and Debian (mostly) on the GCP. But I’ve always had a soft spot for RedHat. So when I saw that they were offering a free trial of their cloud service… Continue reading Django on RedHat OpenShift
The sheer number of Google Cloud Platform services can be overwhelming. I found that breaking them down into their component parts helped me to get a clearer understanding. With that in mind, today I decided to write about one of the fundamental GCP data storage option: Cloud Storage
Over the weekend I took a GCP (Google Cloud Platform) class on Coursera. Why? What do you do on your weekends?