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The Ops Identity Crisis

A big theme in the keynotes and conversation during Velocity Conf in NYC a few weeks ago was the role of ops in an "ops-less" and "server-less" …

Paying back technical debt

Building a workplace where engineers feel happy and motivated should be the goal of all engineering teams. Here's how.

Harnessing the Power of Microservices

More and more, developers are embracing microservices when it comes to building applications. The growth of cloud and mobile technologies has seeded …

What Is DevOps & How to Achieve It

What Is DevOps & How to Achieve It September 19th, 2016 Nathan WilkersonEver since I had the privilege of attending DevOps Days Portland, I have been …

The Docker Book 1.12.2 released!

The Docker Book version 1.12.2<p>I am pleased to announce version 1.12.2 of The Docker Book is out!<p>It is a total rewrite of most of the book for the …

Microservices – Please, don’t

<i>This article originally appeared on Basho. It is adapted from a lightning talk Sean gave at the Boston Golang meetup in December of 2015.</i><p>For a while, …

Introducing 411: A new open source framework for handling alerting

Back in 2014, Etsy started using the ELK (<b>E</b>lasticsearch, <b>L</b>ogstash & <b>K</b>ibana) stack. We’ve previously written about how we use saved searches as a …

Interview with DigitalOcean

<i>Next in our series of interviews with users of Prometheus, DigitalOcean talks about how they use Prometheus. Carlos Amedee also talked about the</i> …

Why Kubernetes is winning the container war

The tech world is increasingly awash in containers, and despite stiff competition, the industry seems to be settling on Kubernetes as the default …

Lessons from launching billions of Docker containers

The Iron.io Platform is an enterprise job processing system for building powerful, job-based, asynchronous software. Simply put, developers write …

Kontena Offers a Kubernetes Alternative That Promises to be Easier to Deploy

At a recent Kubernetes meetup in New York, when an audience of about 150 was asked, “How many of you are using Kubernetes in production?” only two …

A Docker Fork: Talk of a Split Is Now on the Table

Discussions about a split from Docker are now underway among several Docker ecosystem vendors and end users. Expressing frustration of Docker’s …

Best Practices for Building a Microservice Architecture

Complexity has managed to creep in to your product. It's become increasingly difficult to evolve it at the pace you once could. It's time to look for …

Microservices

It’s The Future

Hey, my boss said to talk to you - I hear you know a lot about web apps?<p><i>-Yeah, I’m more of a distributed systems guy now. I’m just back from</i> …

Trends in Version Control Land: Microservices

One trend of the last few years is microservices architecture. In this post we’re looking at what that is, and what some of the benefits and …

DevOps vs SRE: delayed coverage of the dumbest war

Last week was the West Coast Velocity conference. I had a terrific time — I think it’s the<br>best Velocity I’ve been to yet. I also slipped in quite …

Serverless Architectures

One of the latest architectural styles to appear on the internet is that of Serverless Architectures, which allow teams to get rid of the traditional …

Internet

Chef CTO urges action to prevent DevOps staff burnout

Chef CTO Adam Jacob has called on enterprises to cultivate a supportive working culture to protect DevOps staff from burnout

#HugOps in Practice: Empathy Skills for DevOps

<i>“Get it together! Why is your service always down?!”</i>We think we’re doing the whole DevOps thing right — new hires can deploy on day one, Travis CI is …

Acquainted

Linux debugging tools I love

I gave a talk this weekend about debugging tools I love (here are the slides, such as they are). I think of these tools like a swiss army knife -- if …

Architectural Considerations for Open-Source PaaS and Container Platforms

<b>Premise: The market for open source PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and Container platforms is rapidly evolving, both in terms of technologies and the</b> …

Containers Vs. Config Management

Every development and operations team has more or less the same goals. Write code that is clean, maintainable, and performant, deploy code as often …

Monitoring and Tuning the Linux Networking Stack: Receiving Data

TL;DR<p>This blog post explains how computers running the Linux kernel receive packets, as well as how to monitor and tune each component of the …

Linux

The Rise of New Operations

It has been 6 years since I wrote a blog post titled The Rise of Devops. Many things have changed during this time and I realized a re-evaluation …

How Spotify and GOV.UK handle On Call.

How Spotify and GOV.UK handle on call, and more<p><b>By David Mytton,<br>CEO & Founder of Server Density.</b> <br>Published on the 14th June, 2016.<p>The …

The Art of Monitoring released!

I am pleased to announce that The Art of Monitoring has been released!<p>It’s a hands-on and introductory guide to the art of modern application and …

Presenting Torus

Persistent storage in container cluster infrastructure is one of the most interesting current problems in computing. Where do we store the voluminous …

WTF is operations? #serverless

I just got back from the very first ever @serverlessconf in NYC. I have a soft spot for well-curated single-track conferences, and the organizers did …