Posts Tagged ‘ DevOps ’

Virtualizing Business Critical Applications – The Performance and Capacity Sizing Problem

December 17, 2012
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PerformanceManagement

The process of virtualizing business critical applications should start with using a modern APM tool to establish a response time and throughput baseline for the application while it is still on physical hardware. That baseline should then serve as the reference SLA once the application is virtualized. Performance needs to be defined as response time…

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The Third Generation of APM

December 3, 2012
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PerformanceManagement

Legacy first and second generation APM tools have failed to keep up with customer requirements. These tools need to be replaced with modern third generation APM tools that have been modernized for today's development and deployment paradigms. These tools are also a critical part of the process of virtualizing business critical applications.

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Deploying in the Cloud: Lessons When Clouds Burst

July 9, 2012
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Thunderstorm

Amazon's recent outages remind us that deploying in the cloud doesn't automatically guarantee high availability. Where you deploy, and how you deploy turns out to really matter.

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Continuous Integration in the Cloud

June 26, 2012
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Continuous Integration in the cloud

In our intro on Agile Cloud Development, we articulated why we think this is the future of software development. Today we'll kick off the Dev in the Cloud series with a look at Continuous Integration (CI) and the cloud's impact on this popular agile development practice. We'll explain how CI is the essential building block…

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Agile Cloud Development: The Future of Software

June 4, 2012
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Agile Cloud Development

Agile Cloud Development is the future of software delivery for organizations wanting to increase business agility and improve their customer's experience

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Can Your Cloud Impede Your Agility?

April 6, 2012
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CloudComputing

There is a difference between outsourcing layers of your infrastructure and making the organization to whom you have outsourced those layers responsible for them, and losing all rights to change those layers in support of your business and application needs. Careful contract and product decisions need to be made in order to ensure that when…

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rPath Addresses Automated Applications Deployment Across Physical, Virtual and Cloud Envionments

November 9, 2010
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rPath has delivered automation for a crucial process, the management of software deployment across these new dynamic and scaled out environments that no one else has addressed, and that addresses a critical source of friction and errors for enterprises seeking to benefit from the agility inherent in the new ways of building and operating applications…

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Is an Open Source Approach to Virtualization Management in VMware’s Future?

June 22, 2010
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VMware has already demonstrated a penchant for using open source technologies to fundamentally disrupt the value propositions for the products from competing vendors in the systems software and applications platform businesses. This has put the operating systems businesses at Microsoft and Red Hat, and the applications platform businesses at Microsoft, Red Hat, IBM and Oracle…

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