At binx.io we do not believe in classic, classroom training for IT professional. We know that most IT professionals learn on the job and it is hard for them to spend 5 days in a class room.
That is why we invented the concept of High Intensity Training modules. Each module takes between 2-4 hours and consists of a short but complete introduction into the subject, followed by a series of hands-on training exercises using Instruqt. The exercises simulate real-life scenarios and will teach best practices while doing it.
We can mix-and-match modules to deliver a training program specificly suited for your specific situation. The modules can be planned separately in-house. After each module, the students will be able to apply the knowledge and experience obtained directly in practice.
In a 60 minute live coding session, get insights quickly by leveraging AWS serverless stream processing and dashboards. We will create a stream processing pipeline using Scala and SBT-SAM leveraging AWS Kinesis, AWS Athena and AWS Quicksight and get insights fast!
At COIN we created a central access point in AWS as a platform for all of their services. The platform is full infrastructure-as-code with a CI/CD pipeline for both the infrastructure as for the applications. If you are interested in a cloud landing zone for your project, we will be able to Full CI/CD pipeline for you within a few days using AWS.
Researching how AWS X-RAY can help developers debug distributed applications. The session focuses on creating a serverless microservice application consisting of API-Gateway, Lambda and DynamoDB and the AWS X-Ray tracing library and how to get insights into the behavior of the application.
AWS X-Ray helps developers analyze and debug production, distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. With X-Ray, you can understand how your application and its underlying services are performing to identify and troubleshoot the root cause of performance issues and errors. X-Ray provides an end-to-end view of requests as they travel through your application, and shows a map of your application’s underlying components. You can use X-Ray to analyze both applications in development and in production, from simple three-tier applications to complex microservices applications consisting of thousands of services.