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      DigitalOcean Droplets: A Modern-Day Overview


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      About the Talk

      DigitalOcean Droplets are easy, fast, and flexible virtual machines. See how they have quietly evolved from low-cost VMs popular with developers’ hobby projects, into a robust compute platform suitable for both business and personal applications. This talk presents an overview of the modern Droplet and all that it can do.

      What You’ll Learn

      • Different DigitalOcean Droplet types for different use cases
      • Sizing, scaling, saving, and securing your Droplet
      • How Droplets can help you save time and money

      This Talk is Designed For

      Anyone with questions about:

      • How to select the right type of Droplet for your use case
      • How to scale your application vertically and horizontally
      • How to save and restore application state with snapshots and backups
      • How to secure your Droplet with SSH keys, firewalls, and private networking

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      About the Presenter

      Ryan currently leads product marketing for DigitalOcean’s infrastructure products. He’s worked in the technology industry for more than fifteen years, from product marketing at Google (Cloud, Android) and Mozilla, to software engineering at Oracle.



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      An Overview of Our Demonstration HTML and CSS Website



      Part of the Series:
      How To Build a Website With CSS

      This tutorial is part of a series on creating and customizing this website with CSS, a stylesheet language used to control the presentation of websites. You may follow the entire series to recreate the demonstration website and gain familiarity with CSS or use the methods described here for other CSS website projects.

      Before proceeding, we recommend that you have some knowledge of HTML, the standard markup language used to display documents in a web browser. If you don’t have familiarity with HTML, you can follow the first ten tutorials of our series How To Build a Website With HTML before starting this series.

      Introduction

      In this tutorial, you will explore the structure of the demonstration website and a plan for recreating it in the tutorials ahead.

      An Overview of the Demonstration Website

      Visually, the site can be broken up into seven horizontal sections:

      Illustration of the demonstration website’s sections

      In the previous overview image, each of the seven sections is labeled accordingly:

      Each of these sections are created with the CSS properties for HTML elements that you explored in the first half of the tutorial series. In the remainder of this tutorial series, you will reconstruct each of these sections in their own separate tutorial. If you are just beginning to learn CSS, we recommend that you replicate the style choices in the tutorials including size, color, and background images to keep things consistent with the examples as you work through each tutorial.

      At the end of this tutorial series there are suggestions for experimenting with the style and layout of your website. These suggestions will demonstrate how to personalize the content and remix these tutorials to create new style and arrangement possibilities for your site.

      Conclusion

      In this tutorial, you explored the structure of the demonstration website and an overview of the plan for recreating it. In the next tutorial, you’ll create a CSS rule to style the entire body of the webpage and learn why this rule is an important first step.



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      Kubernetes Made Simple: An Overview of DigitalOcean Kubernetes


      How to Join

      This Tech Talk is free and open to everyone. Register below to get a link to join the live event.

      Format Date RSVP
      Presentation + Q&A Wednesday, August 5, 2020, 1:00–2:00 p.m. ET

      If you can’t join us live, the video recording will be published here as soon as it’s available.

      About the Talk

      Kubernetes is hard. In our spirit for all things simple, a team of engineers and designers at DigitalOcean set out to create a Kubernetes experience that developers can love. They built features that help you go from zero to running applications as quickly as possible, without the hassle of management and maintenance.

      Hear from Phil Dougherty, Senior Product Manager at DigitalOcean, who will walk through how you can easily set up your own Kubernetes cluster.

      What You’ll Learn

      • How DigitalOcean Kubernetes (DOKS) was developed
      • How DigitalOcean uses DOKS internally
      • How to set up a Kubernetes cluster with DOKS
      • DOKS product roadmap

      Prerequisites

      Beginner knowledge of Kubernetes



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