It’s past time to debunk an idea that’s somehow still kicking around in application performance monitoring circles. Put simply, just because you have an on-premise technology environment does not mean you need an on-premise monitoring solution. In fact, an on-premise monitoring solution has many disadvantages, even when dealing with purely on-premise environments. Read the entire article today in Diginomica.
Temperature probes monitoring crops? Micro drones monitoring wind speed in the atmosphere? You don’t have to turn to these novel uses to see edge computing in action, look no further than the Point of Sale device at your local grocery store or the app on your mobile phone that is letting you order a cup […]
On July 17th, I was fortunate enough to take part in a podcast jointly sponsored by Electric Cloud and DZone titled “Continuous Discussions: The DevOps Toolchain”. The podcast was a panel discussion with a variety of DevOps experts from around the industry. I was fortunate enough to be included on this panel. You can watch this […]
Episode 89: The DevOps Toolchain Tools must be able to integrate with each other and provide insight into the entire process. Check out the latest Continuous Discussions podcast for insights like this. Lee Atchison was part of the panel of DevOps experts being interviewed during this podcast.
Migrating to the cloud is easy, right? What could possibly go wrong? There are at least four things I can think of. Often, when we begin a cloud migration, we come in with lofty expectations. As the migration progresses, however, we often find that moving to the cloud isn’t necessarily as easy as we would […]
Having been involved in cloud computing for more than a decade, I’ve heard from many IT executives working to move key enterprise applications to the public cloud. In several cases, their teams have struggled or had only limited success in their cloud migrations. But they never gave up and they used the lessons they learned […]
The #1 book on their list is “Architecting for Scale” book by Lee Atchison. As the article says: “The first one on our DevOps reading list is Architecting for Scale. It is an excellent book to understand real-world paradigms for scaling and managing critical applications. This book covers 5 different elements: availability, risk management, services […]
Does this story sound familiar? It’s the day of the big game. You invite a bunch of your friends over to watch on your brand-new 75-inch Ultra-HD Super Deluxe TV. You’ve got the beer. You’ve got your snacks laid out. Everything’s ready to go. The game is about to start. When, all of a sudden, […]
During the months of October and November, I will be undertaking a four week, ten city, six country, worldwide Cloud Roadshow. During this trip I will be visiting key customers and speaking at various events across the globe. I’ll be visiting Australia, New Zealand, England, Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland. Here are the cities I will be […]
Major bug? Human error? Neither. The AWS S3 outage last week was more like a minor bug in an otherwise solid availability plan executed by AWS. Read my article at The New Stack..