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Advice on introducing DevOps from Merrill Corp & SPS Commerce – HighlightsCoté

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 13:43:57 +0000

Nicely moderated by Bridget. Some of my notes and highlights: Amy talks about pace of change, sustaining it in the beginning, etc. The amount of time it took us to get going was a surprise – was longer. If you can start to show results early, it helps build up momentum. “Having enough wins, like … Continue reading Advice on introducing DevOps from Merrill Corp & SPS Commerce – Highlights


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Spending from outside of the IT departmentCoté

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 13:35:18 +0000

Corporate departments outside of the IT department, globally, are forecast to spend $609bn in 2017: A new update to the Worldwide Semiannual IT Spending Guide: Line of Business from the International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasts worldwide corporate IT spending funded by non-IT business units will reach $609 billion in 2017, an increase of 5.9% over … Continue reading Spending from outside of the IT department


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The Economist on Amazon – HighlightsCoté

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 13:25:53 +0000

Video: “In 2017 Amazon is expected to spend $4.5bn on television and film content, roughly twice what HBO will spend. But it has a big payoff.” Prime momentum: “Mr Nowak reckons the company had 72m Prime members last year, up by 32% from 2015.” Cloud: “Last year AWS’s revenue reached $12bn, up by more than … Continue reading The Economist on Amazon – Highlights


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Vanguard’s thinking on microservicesCoté

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 13:22:55 +0000

Breaking up the monolith with good, old fashioned, OO-think: Instead, Vanguard has begun a journey to break apart our monolithic legacy systems piece-by-piece by replacing them with microservices over time. With a microservices architecture, we remove the business logic and data logic from our applications and replace it with a set of re-usable modules of … Continue reading Vanguard’s thinking on microservices


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Australian government’s Cloud Foundry apps in productionCoté

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 13:19:54 +0000

Delivery teams are now able to build services faster and easier. In July 2016, DTA had 14 apps in production and 50 apps in development. In October 2016, the numbers increased to 47 apps in production and 225 apps in development. Australian Government Cuts Release Time with Cloud Foundry, Iterates Faster – Cloud Foundry Live


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Coté Show #22: The Regular Show, Apple’s problem’s, Enterprise tech news blowsCoté

Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:07:28 +0000

Charles and I resurect out old podcast. We’ll shoot for once every two weeks…I hope! Check out the fuller show notes, with links on how to subscribe and such.


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Pivotal Conversations: “Running like Google,” the CRE Program & Pivotal, with Andrew ShaferCoté

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 20:26:01 +0000

The summary: What does it really mean to “run like Google”? Is that even a good idea? Andrew Shafer comes back to the podcast to talk with Coté about how the Google SRE book and the newly announced Google CRE program start addressing those questions. We discuss some of the general principals, and “small” ones … Continue reading Pivotal Conversations: “Running like Google,” the CRE Program & Pivotal, with Andrew Shafer


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Pivotal Conversations: Bringing Agility to Enterprise Data Workflows, with Sina SojoodiCoté

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 20:21:27 +0000

The summary: This week we talk with about how organizations are increasingly looking to improve how they use data and workflows around data to innovate in their business. As with discuss with our guest, Sina Sojoodi, More than the usual ideas about “big data” and “machine learning,” we talk about the practical uses of data … Continue reading Pivotal Conversations: Bringing Agility to Enterprise Data Workflows, with Sina Sojoodi


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Kubernetes as the hybrid cloud magic makerCoté

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 17:12:44 +0000

From 451’s report on Google Next: Google believes that a hybrid architecture will persist in the coming years as enterprises continue to migrate workloads to various clouds. Its hybrid cloud architecture revolves around its virtual private cloud. Google VPC is an instantiation of GCP that can dedicate compute, storage and network resources to an enterprise. … Continue reading Kubernetes as the hybrid cloud magic maker


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Software Defined Talk: These strategies work well except for when they’re totally fuckedCoté

Thu, 16 Mar 2017 03:51:43 +0000

This week’s episode is up: While it’s unknown how much time you should let your kids play Minecraft, it’s equally unclear at the moment who’ll win the second cloud wars. Between Google, Azure, AWS, and all the others, how companies differentiate themselves and what customers will buy on isn’t sorted just yet. We discuss Google … Continue reading Software Defined Talk: These strategies work well except for when they’re totally fucked


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