The RLT Blog - Root Level Technology

The RLT Blog - Root Level Technology

RLT WordPress – Google – Terraform Hackathon 2019

Root Level Technology is hosting its very first online hackathon! This hackathon is intended to test your skills on writing terraform code for GCP and Ansible written code to maintain a fault tolerant and fast loading configured WordPress setup. You must ensure that the WordPress web infrastructure and all of its underlying components (database backend) are highly available! You will be judged on code quality and reliability, as well as speed. The Hackathon is open to teams of 1-4 people. We encourage participants to virtually meet new people and collaborate with those who may have different skills sets. WIN UP TO $500 CASH!! The deadline to signup is July 31, 2019, by 11:59 pm CST All submissions are due by […]

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FREE WEBINAR TRACKS COMPLETE CLOUD MIGRATION JOURNEY

Root Level Technology is offering a free webinar that gives business and IT leaders a roadmap for making a successful journey to the public cloud. Hosted by Root Level Technology’s Chief Technology Officer Eric Fourage, the webinar Making Sense of Your Cloud Migration With Cloud Physics is a comprehensive overview of the steps required when companies consider transitioning their operations to the cloud. “When we talk to clients, the common theme is ‘how can we innovate faster and more efficiently?’ It starts with cloud migration,” said Root Level Tech CTO Eric Fouarge. “All of the recent industry disruption from companies like Uber, PayPal, and Google are born in the cloud. So, for enterprises to continue to be innovative and competitive […]

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Why Root Level Technology is Hosting a Kubernetes Master Class with Rancher

Istio can be a powerful tool in the right hands, provided you understand how to bring it into a full production environment. In a webinar co-hosted with Rancher, we explain how you can do exactly that – the journey, from start to finish, along with how Istio differs from your testing environments. At Root Level Technology, we consider ourselves more than simply a web host. We’re a partner to our clients, committed to helping them reach their full potential through our hosting services. But more than that, we’re a teacher and educator – both for our customer base and for the industry beyond. It’s why we so regularly host events like the Houson Cloud 2.0 Meetup and attend conferences such […]

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Google Next ’19 Recap

Root Level Technology has been a Google Partner for about 8 months now, and we have thoroughly enjoyed meeting members of the Google team.  While attending Google Next, RLT learned about all of the new Google features, met with our Google Partner Managers as well as the clients we will be working for.  We feel extremely privileged to be directly introduced to Google’s clients for the required professional services work and make it our mission to get a meeting of the minds in place! This year’s Google Next has been the biggest to date with 30,000+ attendees, 500+ sessions, and 400+ customer speakers.  John Rucker (Enterprise Account Executive), Eric Fouarge, (CTO), and Eric Sengbusch (CEO) represented RLT at the conference […]

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Root Level Technology will be at Devopsdays Houston

John Rucker (Enterprise Account Executive), Tristian Dodd (Cloud Engineer), and Zac Dudek (Enterprise Account Executive) will be representing Root Level Technology at this year’s Devopsdays Houston!  The event will be held at CityCentre in Houston, TX at Norris Conference Centers, April 16th – 17th. Devopsdays is a worldwide series of technical conferences covering topics of software development, IT infrastructure operations, and the intersection between them.  The event is jam-packed with talks and workshops. Tristian is excited to attend multiple workshops at Devopsdays Houston, including: Quick and Dirty DevSecOps. A workshop where you learn what attackers look for first and the best practices to make your technology stack much more secure, and quickly.  The workshop will be lead by Mike Rothman. […]

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