Posts Tagged ‘ Monitoring ’

The Value of DevOps in the Enterprise

March 5, 2014
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agilecloud

We live in interesting times. If I were to chart the increase in the number of customers asking for help with DevOps, that chart would look like a hockey stick, that same kind of hockey stick our CFOs are always dreaming of. If I added another line on the chart for the percentage of those…

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Agile without Ops Is Not Really Agile

October 25, 2013
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agilecloud

Many companies use some flavor of an agile methodology today with mixed results. I have written about agile fail patterns in the past, but some companies do an excellent job of applying agile best practices yet still suffer from missed dates, botched deployments, and low quality. Why is that, you may ask? Because most agile…

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PagerDuty: A One-Stop Shop for Alerts

September 18, 2013
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Agile Cloud Development

PagerDuty is a SaaS solution that provides a one-stop shop for alert management. If you look under the covers of today's cloud architectures, you will likely see a collection of monitoring tools being used for very specific functions.

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How DevOps Can Help Automate the Pain Away

September 2, 2013
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I spent two days at PuppetConf 2013 in San Francisco this week, and the common themes were automate everything, monitor everything, provide feedback early in the process, and focus on culture. All four of those topics aligned with the DevOps movement, with the goal of faster and more reliable deliveries. Companies that can deliver software…

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Recap of PuppetConf 2013 in San Francisco

August 29, 2013
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I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend PuppetConf 2013. When I walked into the first keynote session, I was shocked by the size of the audience. Over 1300 people were packed into the ballroom. Another 3700 had signed up to watch the event streaming online. Last year there were 800 people at…

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Monitoring from the Cloud

January 28, 2011
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Monitoring from the Cloud

I have started the year 2011 out by looking at some of the different monitoring solutions available for us to have an insight into the health and welfare of the systems that we support. In your typical monitoring solution you would install the monitoring server in your environment and let the system discover all the…

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Monitoring – The basics of the Cloud

May 3, 2010
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"What do you wish to monitor?", is often my response when someone states they need to monitor the virtual environment. Monitoring however becomes much more of an issue when you enter the cloud. Some of my friends have businesses that use the cloud, specifically private IaaS clouds, but what should the cloud provider monitor and…

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