DevOps Archive

Beyond DevOps … APM as a Collaboration Engine

In the beginning there was a simply acronym: MTTI (mean time to innocence). Weary after years of costly and time-consuming warroom battles, IT organisations turned to AppDynamics to give an objective application-level view of production incidents. As a result, application issues are swiftly pinpointed and fixed, accelerating time to repair by up ...Read More

Measuring Your DevOps Success

A survey from the Vanson Bourne market research agency (with CA) late in 2013 indicated that 39% of those surveyed had adopted some form of DevOps and 27% were planning to do so in the near future. Despite this being such a hot topic in the IT sector, and with a high ...Read More

Quantifying the value of DevOps

In my experience when you work in IT the executive team rarely focuses on your team until you experience a catastrophic failure – once you do you are the center of attention until services are back to normal. It is easy to ignore the background work that IT teams spend most of ...Read More

DevOps Is No Replacement for Ops

DevOps is gaining traction according to a study at the end of 2012 by Puppet Labs. Their study concluded that DevOps adoption within companies grew by 26% year over year. DevOps is still misunderstood and has tremendous room for greater adoption still but let’s be clear about one very important thing: DevOps ...Read More

AppDynamics goes to All Things Open

Today the AppDynamics team made our way to Raleigh, North Carolina for All Things Open. If you aren’t familiar with All Things Open dedicated to open source in the enterprise. It was a great event and a chance to interact with some of the brightest people in technology. AppDynamics was in full ...Read More

Performance testing tools explained: The client side

In my last post I showed different approaches for load testing the server side. In this post I will highlight some tools I use to monitor the performance of the client side. In modern Javascript-intensive web applications, users spend more time waiting on client-side rendering than the server-side processing. The reality is ...Read More

Performance testing tools explained: the server side

The performance of your application affects your business more than you might think. Top engineering organizations think of performance not as a nice-to-have, but as a crucial feature of their product. Those organizations understand that performance has a direct impact on user experience and, ultimately, their bottom line. Unfortunately, most engineering teams ...Read More

Moving the DevOps Needle in Enterprise Organizations

DevOps has proven itself across many smaller organizations but large enterprises are usually slow to change. It can be a daunting task even identifying where to make changes since there are so many processes and organizational silos to get in the way. As a veteran employee of small, medium, and large enterprises ...Read More

The DevOps Pay Raise: Quantifying Your Value to Move Up the Ladder

Taken from DevOpsDownUnder in Sydney, Australia, July 2013. DevOps, when done right, usually goes unnoticed. It’s only when something breaks that all eyes turn to IT. If your boss only sees you when the app is down, however, that’s not really doing your career any favors. In this session we’ll talk about ...Read More

How much does downtime cost?

Unscheduled downtime happens all the time. In 2012 alone dozens of big-name websites went down for hours at a time, from GoDaddy.com to, well, almost anything running on Amazon. Every time an outage occurs, the Internet has a field day speculating about everything from the cause of the outage to who got ...Read More
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