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Get Out of the Weeds!

By John Wetherill, July 22, 2014

Get Out of the WeedsYears ago a colleague of mine at Sun had an annoying habit of interrupting technical discussions at engineering meetings with the phrase “We're in the weeds!”

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5 Common Barriers When Introducing DevOps

By Ho Ming Li, July 2, 2014
5 Common Barriers When Introducing DevOps

In my talk at Silicon Valley DevOpsDays last week, I wanted to bring about awareness, discuss some of the lessons learned, and offer some thoughts and tips about bringing DevOps to an organization. I've listed below five common barriers and ways to overcome them.

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The Status Quo is Killing Innovation

By Kathy Thomas, June 12, 2014

Status-Quo-is-Killing-Innovation I listened to the recording of Michael Coté's keynote on the second day of DevOpsDays Austin and I felt like a few of my questions have been answered with respect to DevOps and PaaS. Bottom line: while change is happening, it seems to be moving at slower pace than expected.

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Cloud Foundry and the Application Cloud Revolution

By Bernard Golden, June 3, 2014

Cloud computing, in the form of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) has brought a real revolution to the use of computing infrastructure. In the past, resource provisioning commonly took multiple weeks or even months. IaaS, underpinned by the flexibility of virtualization, has reduced resource provisioning timeframes to hours – or even minutes.

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Wasted IT Resources

By Phil Whelan, April 28, 2014

Wasted IT Resources David Rubinstein's post "Industry Watch: Be resilient as you PaaS" makes a very good point about underutilized hardware in IT data-centers.

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No IaaS? No Problem.

By Troy Topnik, April 17, 2014
Stairs to Elevator

When companies move from bare metal to virtualization, it's an enormous step that promises cost savings and greater efficiency (which it usually delivers). But with the virtualization step complete, some companies still struggle with building out an Infrastructure-as-a-Service layer (IaaS).

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10 Awesome Features of Stackato 3.2

By Phil Whelan, April 1, 2014

Around the 3.2 piano Stackato 3.0, which was released at the end of 2013, was a huge milestone for the product. We added a slew of new features and it received an overhaul from top to bottom.

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A Brief History Of Cloud Foundry and Stackato

By Phil Whelan, March 13, 2014

Anatomy Of Flight

The Cloud Foundry project is a little older than most people realize.

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The Cloud Foundry Ecosystem - Everybody Wins

By Phil Whelan, March 5, 2014

All hands in The PaaS landscape is changing. Many of the anticipated shifts are yet to come. Most of the expected changes are based on predictions of what the big players should do to align themselves for a prosperous future.

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No More Leaks: Detecting Memory Leaks in Cloud Applications with Plumbr and Stackato

By John Wetherill, March 4, 2014

stackato-plumbr-no-leaks-in-cloud A few months ago at JavaOne I had the pleasure of meeting Nikita Salnikov-Tarnovski, founder of Plumbr, an exciting startup from Estonia. Nikita and his team have created a tool which I believe should be categorized as “essential” for cloud developers that build apps based on the JVM.

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