Welcome to the September 2020 edition of the DAIR Community Newsletter. We have exciting news to share with you.
DAIR Webinar – “How to Deploy Docker in the DAIR Cloud” – July 8 at 1:00 p.m. ET
In our next DAIR webinar, we’ll discuss how to approach troubleshooting in the DAIR Cloud, as well as how to manage your monthly resource budget. DAIR Program Manager, Cynthia Emerson, will also give an introduction to how you can become a BoosterPack builder by submitting an Expression of Interest.
If you missed the previous webinar, “Getting Started and Succeeding with Morpheus”, you can find a recording of it below.
What technologies would best support your business that you’d like to see added to our BoosterPack Catalogue?
In Case You Missed it
If you missed the previous webinar, “How to Deploy Docker in the DAIR Cloud,” you can find the recording below.
- Cloudhealthtech.com – Gartner Report on Managing Cloud CostsGartner forecasted that “through 2020, 80% of organizations will overshoot their cloud IaaS budgets due to a lack of cost optimization approaches.” Gartner attributes this forecast to the growing use of multi-cloud environments and stresses the importance of using a cloud service expense management (CESM) solution. This article provides a few other solutions to keep in mind if you find yourself looking to improve your management of cloud costs. To learn more, please visit: https://www.cloudhealthtech.com/blog/gartner-report-on-managing-cloud-costs
- PhoenixNAP.com – 30 Cloud Monitoring Tools: The Definite Guide for 2020Cloud monitoring is a combination of using automated and manual tools to better understand, analyze, and implement your cloud computing infrastructure and services. PhoenixNAP has gathered a list of 30 tools that could be beneficial for monitoring your cloud costs. To see the list, please visit: https://phoenixnap.com/blog/cloud-monitoring-tools
- Katacoda – Learn Docker & Containers Using Interactive Browser-Based LabsKatacoda claims no downloads or configuration is required to take advantage of their many Docker and other cloud-based courses. These courses are broken down into small, specific scenarios that you can use to quickly revisit a topic, or learn something new.To access these labs, please visit: https://www.katacoda.com/courses/docker
Free cloud courses: https://www.katacoda.com/learn