Entries by Peter Hack

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Keeping DevOps cool in a heated environment

Cloud platforms are somewhat a staple component to enterprises’ IT environments today, helping to achieve objectives and drive better business operations, but more often than not we don’t see the outcomes or rewards reaped from the use of such platforms. Red Hat OpenShift has demonstrated this in the last year. In November 2018, millions of […]

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App in a Box – Part 4 – OneAgent to rule them all through Software Intelligence

Agent-based Monitoring In this series, we have been reviewing the various approaches to enterprise application monitoring and their cost-benefit analysis.  If you haven’t read the previous posts regarding logs, infrastructure or the customer perspective and synthetic monitoring please do so or risk confusion by irrelevant physics references and analogies.  However, if you have read the first […]

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App in a Box – Part 3 – Logs are for burning, not APM

Log Monitoring In this series, we are reviewing the various approaches to enterprise application monitoring and their cost-benefit analysis.  If you haven’t read the previous post, please do so here or start at the beginning. Failure to do so may lead to confusion by irrelevant physics references and analogies. Unraveling performance and outage issues in […]

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App in a Box – Part 2 – The Customer Perspective

The Customer Perspective In this series, we are reviewing the various approaches to enterprise application monitoring and their performance cost-benefit analysis.  If you haven’t read the first post, please start at the beginning. Failure to do so may lead to confusion by irrelevant physics references and analogies. When discussing the value of infrastructure monitoring, we […]

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App in a Box – Part 1 (Infrastructure Monitoring)

While attending a conference session about monitoring someone from the audience asked the following question; “According to Heisenberg’s uncertainty principal, the observation of an entity changes or destroys what is being observed…”  Aside from the obvious lack of quantum understanding and increased ego-centrism of the question, the intended point raised is one I hear a […]

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Does your Liquid Infrastructure float? Or are you sinking in what you don’t know?

April 7, 2016by Peter Hack With so many new web technologies available, one might assume that things are getting easier for the average Operations-minded DevOps professional, but they aren’t. In fact, things are becoming more difficult. It used to be that a little background in shell scripting and some basic knowledge of infrastructure—whether it be […]

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