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What Chaos Engineering Is (and Isn’t)

Content By Devops .com The birth of chaos engineering happened somewhat accidentally in 2008 when Netflix moved from the data center to the cloud. The move didn’t go as planned. The thinking at the time was that the data center locked Netflix into an architecture...

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Continuous Testing Practices (Part 1)

Content By Devops .com In my prior blog, Continuous Testing – The Quest for Quality at Speed, I described five tenets and some of the practices for continuous testing (CT) to help those understand what continuous testing is. In my consulting work, I find it...

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Gotta Fix ‘Em All: AWS BugBust 2021

Content By Devops .com Software bugs are vexing. Code reviews and error finding aren’t a particularly fun part of a developer’s job description. Finding bugs is tedious, time-consuming and hard on your eyes. Bugs not only wreak havoc on your code, they wreak havoc on...

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SREs Say AIOps Doesn’t Live Up to the Hype

Content By Devops .com What can you expect when investing in artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps)? Real-time visibility across huge volumes of information. Lightning-fast event correlation and anomaly detection. Automated remediation and self-healing, without Ops personnel having to lift a finger. It all sounds...

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Explaining Technical Debt, with Tea

Content By scrum .org Technical Debt can be a difficult concept for people to understand, so lets try a metaphor.  Let us imagine we have identified a user need like this: As a the a person alone in a houseI need a cup of tea...