Avoid falling into the trap of stopping your cloud migration too early, when the costs initially seem to outweigh the benefits.
Agile development and incident management are the backbones of any tech-driven development cycle. At the heart of these practices lies the art of the retrospective.
Ditch the buzzwords and focus instead on the service size that works best for your application architecture and your organization.
Keeping applications up and running is essential to successfully running a modern business. Follow these key steps to reduce your risk of downtime and keep customers happy.
To avoid serious problems in the future, be sure to address these key considerations early in the process of building your architecture.
It’s important to know the difference between the money you spend for on-premises infrastructure and that which you spend for cloud infrastructure.
Aligning the right metrics to the right use case allows for timelier reporting and reduces the risk your application could fail.
Getting What You Intend from Your Organizational Design: Business Breakthrough 3.0 with Ken Gavranovic [podcast]
Ready to break free of your old ways of doing business and transform your company from within? Business Breakthrough 3.0 is the book for you.
I had the pleasure of joining some of my friends at Uptycs in a live panel discussion on securing the application development pipeline.
The scaling decisions you make early on can have long-lasting consequences for your SaaS business. These tips will ensure that data sharding doesn’t hinder the future scalability of your applications.