Open-Source Cloud Asset Management with Yevgeny Pats
This episode is hosted by Alex DeBrie.
Alex is the author of The DynamoDB Book, the comprehensive guide to data modeling with DynamoDB, as well as The DynamoDB Guide, a free guided introduction to DynamoDB. He runs a consulting company where he assists clients with DynamoDB data modeling, serverless architectures, and general AWS usage. You can find more of his work at alexdebrie.com.
Nearly all new tech companies build in a public cloud and established companies are rapidly migrating to the cloud from their on-prem data centers. But this move to the cloud can lead to a visibility problem. Cloud Providers offer not only Compute instances but also manage services like databases, blob storage, queues and more. It can be difficult for SRE teams and security departments to understand what is happening across a company’s cloud accounts.
Yevgeny Pats is the creator of CloudQuery, an open source cloud asset inventory powered by SQL. CloudQuery allows you to ingest and structure the resources in your cloud accounts so that you can query them using SQL. This allows SRE teams to understand the source of specific resources while security teams can ensure compliance with policies.
In this episode we’ll discuss CloudQuery, Yevgeny’s entrepreneurial background and raising funding with an open source project
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