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How Workday Bridges the Gap between Amazon and OpenStack
"“What I will strongly recommend is to build something,” Magana advised. “I keep calling it ‘middleware,’ but something that abstracts the back-end platform, your pipeline system, from the way to deliver your application artifact to production. I strongly recommend that.”

It is nothing like Aporeto’s CEO described it: succumbing to the relentless will of a monopolistic beast with its sights set on world domination. If anything, Workday’s strategy is a do-it-yourself program for making global public cloud deployment viable for an organization that is not, and may not ever be, rooted there to begin with."
case  study  technology  top  stories  amazon  ec2  container  service  web  services  aws  re:invent  2016  chef  continuous  integration  and  deployment  gerrit  jenkins  middleware 
october 2017 by jonerp
How GE Digital Tackled the Stateful / Stateless Problem for Industrial IoT
"As engineers (including those at the IETF) have come to realize, persistent data will always be a necessary resource for both server-side applications and client-side apps. And the need for the Internet of Things (IoT) applications to maintain a reliable, persistent network of connected sensors and apparati, makes a stable and self-contained network state data platform vitally necessary."
events  interviews  technology  top  stories  bosh  cassandra  chef  cloud  foundry  container  storage  interface  ge  digital  predix  general  el 
october 2017 by jonerp
On multi-cloud tradeoffs and the paradox of openness - by @monkchips
"Avoid platform specific APIs and calls – an obvious aspect of ensuring application portability across clouds. Easier said than done though in an age of serverless, PaaS, and micro-services, with developers making use of whatever is nearest to hand to solve a problem. The swift adoption of Amazon Lambda shows just how attractive an event-based model for taking advantage of cloud platform services can be, and with great power comes great lock in.I BM sought to create its own Open source serverless model in the shape of OpenWhisk, but serverless is really about managed platform services and as such tends by definition towards lock in. Amazon is the only third party adopter."
uncategorized  aws  cloud  chef  docker  multicloud  rdb  red  hat  mta 
april 2017 by jonerp
Buggy Software Foils Dreams of Infrastructure-as-Code
"“People are using infrastructure as code today … with varying levels of success and in many cases great pain,” he said.

In many cases, these challenges come from the many combinations of languages and specific hardware used."
analysis  events  technology  top  stories  amd  apt  assembly  language  c#  chef  debian  gpg  infrastructure-as-code 
november 2016 by jonerp
The Secret Of DevOps: It's Always Been About People, Not Technology - by @adamhjk
The largest companies in the world are working as hard as they can to figure out how to become better at building and delivering software. It's not an optional piece of their strategy: It's the future of how their customers want to work with them. Software is table stakes for survival.
code  devops  software  development  chef  it  automation  guest  posts 
july 2015 by jonerp

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