Welcome to 0800-DEVOPS, a newsletter digest of interesting ideas from the world of DevOps, technical practices and increased productivity! We talked with Sasha Rosenbaum about her involvement in DevOps community, her experiences during large transformations and favorite mistakes she has made along the way.
DevOps is all about collaboration, maximizing value for end users and removing bottlenecks. Sasha shares that the biggest lesson she has learned is that blindly deferring to people based on their experience and seniority isn’t a good idea. With a corollary that we must stay humble as we progress in our careers.
Welcome to 0800-DEVOPS, a newsletter digest of interesting ideas from the world of DevOps, technical practices and increased productivity! We talked with Emily Freeman about her recently published book and experiences in Developer Relations.
DevOps is all about collaboration, maximizing value for end users and removing bottlenecks. As Emily says, “we humans have reached a point in our evolution at which technology is evolving faster than our brains”. In effect, we have made ourselves the next bottleneck to be resolved.
Retaining all the cool Spring features like IoC and DI, but implementing them in compile-time rather than in runtime, Micronaut significantly reduces both startup time and memory footprint. Imagine running 10x more services and getting the same cloud bill. Imagine services starting in milliseconds. Micronaut is true enabler of serverless model.
There are specific behaviors – organizational and technical practices that are proven to speed up your delivery while making it more stable and reducing employee burnout. Translated in business language that’s faster time to market with fewer customer incidents delivered by a happy bunch of people!
The key to retaining full control over your system is observability which is just a fancy word for gaining better visibility into your system.
A month ago, we had Sam Newman speaking at our annual QED conference. In this blog we share our conversation with him regarding microservices, integrations and serverless.
Reactive programming model works with only couple of threads in fully asynchronous and non-blocking mode.
Serverless is, as Sam Newman says, “just another abstraction” meant to relieve software engineers from fiddling with runtime environments and instead focus them on stuff that really matter
Before even attempting to put production database in the container ask yourself: do I really NEED to use containers for it?
Things break. Usually in production. In this article series we will present various mechanisms for making your systems more resilient so your users will never experience real outage in spite of possible problems under your hood.