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Why Empathy in Open Source Matters More Than You Think
"Willingness to build empathy into your processes can have enormous, real-world consequences. I recently heard a fantastic talk by Nickolas Means about the Three Mile Island disaster. Most of the popular analyses of the incident trace the root cause to “human error” and stop there. But here’s the thing: chalking things up to human error is lazy. It’s much harder, and more insightful, to prod further at why those human errors occurred."
cloud  native  culture  devops  sponsored 
6 weeks ago by jonerp
What Comes Next After Microservices, Kubernetes, and Serverless
"The premise behind AIOps is that by using machine learning and artificial intelligence, we can build tools that fully automate much of the work traditionally done by IT Ops teams. Instead of relying on human engineers to figure out why a cloud native application service has slowed down, for example, or to pinpoint the root cause of a complex system failure, AIOps tools can use data to interpret the problem, then fix it automatically."
cloud  native  containers  serverless  sponsored 
january 2019 by jonerp
The What and Why of a Unified Security Strategy
"Build a multi-layered defense. A multi-layered security system is one that secures multiple types of components — like storage, networking and application runtimes. Not only is multi-layered security critical in today’s complex environments, but it’s the only way to build a broad, unified security architecture. Some of your environments or infrastructure may not have all of the layers you secure; for example, a bare-metal containerized environment won’t have a virtualization hypervisor for you to worry about. But you should still focus on securing all layers so that you cover all layers that exist in all of your environments;"
application  security  culture  sponsored 
january 2019 by jonerp
Don’t Get Left Behind When AI Replaces DevOps
"The emphasis should also not be on DevOps or AIOps, but on the “and.” This is because DevOps initiatives are a necessary step forward, but they can’t get the job done alone. We need to think of DevOps as the beginning of a bigger, business-critical journey towards a more automated future through AIOps and, ultimately, NoOps — the point where an IT environment becomes so automated that a dedicated team isn’t even needed for managing tasks anymore."
cloud  services  devops  sponsored 
november 2018 by jonerp
Who Is in Charge of Developing a DevOps Culture?
"She pointed out that the DevOps approach, where in some cases everyone can deploy to production, is diametrically opposed to the norm at many companies, where you keep technical systems “safe” by keeping technical change rare, and entrusting change only to a small, privileged group."
culture  devops  sponsored 
november 2018 by jonerp
How Culture Will Make or Break Cloud Native DevOps
"“So, there’s been a massive cultural shift and to adopt agile working DevOps, but I think the bank really wants change so it’s embracing this change so it’s open to challenging new ideas,” Razzell said.

HSBC also made the cultural shift by acquiring people from outside of the banking sector “because they want to change their culture from within and they want to bring out that new ideas,” Razzell said."
culture  devops  ebook  series  article  sponsored 
november 2018 by jonerp
Build DevOps Teams, Start Your Digital Transformation
"Within the team structures, relegating tasks in ways that better make use of team members’ experience is beneficial, PagerDuty’s Stratton said. Traditionally, for example, senior developers and engineers have often been in charge of developing new software features while the junior staff has been tasked with bug fixes. However, it is the senior team members who likely have the experience to better understand the entire system that fixes often require. “Maybe as a senior engineer it is not as interesting to troubleshoot,” Stratton said. “But having experience gives you that understanding of how the system is built.”
events  interviews  podcast  sponsored  top  stories  development  devops  the  new  stack  makers 
september 2018 by jonerp
3 Definitions of Cloud and Why They Matter
"What we call cloud-native today are essentially the architectural patterns developed at webscale companies like Airbnb, Twitter, Google and Facebook in their hyperscale data centers in the late 2000s. These patterns are in stark contrast to earlier monolithic architectures, where everything basically fit in a single VM or server. Dealing with the explosion of serving billions of users in real time, these internet giants sought to improve performance and lower cost."
analysis  contributed  top  stories  sponsored 
july 2018 by jonerp
Why Enterprises Are Adopting a Multicloud Strategy
"Lastly, despite the trend towards so-called commoditization, there are differences between clouds that lend themselves to app placement for reasons other than diversification and negotiating leverage. Some clouds are in certain regions whereas others are not. Some have better workflows for certain applications. Just as modern development teams don’t want central IT to tell them to use any database as long as it is Oracle, app teams don’t want to deploy in an environment that is ill-suited to the task at hand."
contributed  top  stories  sponsored 
june 2018 by jonerp
Microservices, APIs and Innovation: The Power of APIs
"Poorly-designed APIs can make it hard for your developers to understand them, possibly introduce errors into the system and may add needless costs in bug fixing and infrastructure modifications. But well-designed APIs can empower employees to work effectively, reduce the time it takes to build a stable solution and even encourage teams to create new, innovative solutions that help customers and fellow employees. API design is so important that Werner Vogels, Amazon Web Services’ chief technology officer, says, “We knew that designing APIs was a very important task as we’d only have one chance to get it right.”
analysis  contributed  top  stories  development  sponsored 
may 2018 by jonerp
Machine Learning and Beyond: Algorithmic Detection in Security
"This article discusses the ways we can use algorithmic detection in all aspects of security. We define algorithmic detection as the ability to perceive threats, analyze them and contextualize them using algorithms that are either automata-theoretic or statistical."
contributed  top  stories  artificial  intelligence  security  sponsored 
march 2018 by jonerp
Security: What Enterprise Architects Need to Know Today
"With enterprise applications, the data is more valuable than the apps that consume the data. This is because the datasets are large, and often go back decades. They’re mostly stored in SQL databases, but in recent times, in NoSQL alternatives as well. The data is multifaceted and can be presented in many different ways within a single application or across multiple applications."
analysis  contributed  technology  top  stories  cloud-native  equifax  security  sponsored  twistlock 
february 2018 by jonerp
3 DevOps Insights from NIO, Maker of Self-Driving Cars and a Kubernetes Power User
"When we think Internet-of-things (IoT), we’ve been trained to think internet-connected toasters, fridges and thermostats. There might be a lot of these devices, but they won’t produce much data. The much bigger part of IoT will be industrial devices, like self-driving cars."
case  study  contributed  top  stories  internet  of  things  kubernetes  portworx  sponsored 
february 2018 by jonerp
The Ever-Changing Roles of the Developer: How to Adapt and Thrive
"Just as the developer’s role is changing, so too have our ways of measuring not only our progress but also the effectiveness and performance of our code, tools and processes. This increased visibility is a good thing, overall. When it comes to measurement, there is a whole bunch of wrong ways to do it, among them measuring lines of code or the number of deploys. In fact, this very visibility, inherent to all of the data we now constantly measure, has been a great boon to DevOps."
contributed  op-ed  top  stories  application  performance  management  development  devops  distributed  systems  operations  pagerduty  api  sponsored 
june 2017 by jonerp
Codecademy Co-Founder: ‘The Future of Coding is the Future of Work’
"There has, however, been a seismic shift in the learn-to-code landscape over the past decade, and things have particularly accelerated in the last five years. For example, in 2011, just under 40,000 computer science degrees were earned, total, across every college and university in the US. In 2016, by contrast, more than 20,000 people graduated from “learn to code” boot camps alone."
analysis  events  technology  top  stories  codecademy  education  sponsored  sxsw  2017 
april 2017 by jonerp
The Exploding Infrastructure Automation Stack and Its Ecosystem
"Microservices is a software architectural model in which you componentize your application and run each component as its own container across one or many physical or virtual machines. These containers can be built by developers, then shipped into production via continuous delivery. Containers should be fungible. You should be able to run one or many identical containers, depending on how much you need to scale your application."
sponsored  technology  top  stories  applications  apps  ci  cd  containers  continuous  delivery  infographic  infrastructure  automation  profitbricks 
december 2015 by jonerp

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