In this episode, we discuss how to manage changing expertise requirements across your organization as you make the transition to the cloud.
DevOps has gone mainstream, and if you aren’t using DevOps principles, you're at a distinct disadvantage compared to your competition.
In this first episode of our new series ModernOps, my co-host Beth Long and I discuss how the experience of using the cloud varies between large companies vs. small startups.
Availability and reliability are similar but different concepts. When building web applications, it’s important to understand the difference between the two.
Let the famous haunted house serve as a warning to those who would build applications without a clear vision of what they want as a finished product.
Just like Goldilocks looking for the perfect fit, it’s not always easy to determine the right size for the services you need to build your organization’s applications.
The emergence of low-code and no-code programming enables those with no development experience to build their own business applications. The business world is finally ready to embrace it.
When learning how to fly model airplanes as a kid, I was taught an important rule: “Always fly ‘two mistakes’ high.” The same rule applies when building web applications.
My latest book, Caching at Scale with Redis, describes what caching is, why it’s a cornerstone of effective modern applications, and how Redis can help you meet these demanding caching needs.
Exciting news! I've joined InfoWorld as a contributing author and will write regular articles about cloud computing and application modernization.