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Microservices Architectures Can Help TSPs to Establish an Early Mover Advantage in Digital Business

by Martina Kurth  |  January 23, 2019

Microservices design and deployment patterns have gained prominence in the TSP industry to boost business agility and operational efficiency in the light of evolving digital environments. The term “microservices architecture”...

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2019 Network Resolution: Invest in Network Automation*

by Andrew Lerner  |  January 7, 2019

Recently, a networking leader at a mainstream enterprise asked me a very simple question: if you could only do one new thing in 2019 what would it be? For me,...

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Networking Retrospective

by Andrew Lerner  |  January 2, 2019

Around this time of year, many folks take a retrospective look at 2018 and/or make predictions for 2019 (or resolutions). One interesting thing about all these retrospectives is that frankly,...

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Networking Needs a Chaos Monkey

by Andrew Lerner  |  March 9, 2018

It’s time, the networking industry needs a Chaos Monkey. If you’re not familiar with the concept, Netflix created the Chaos Monkey to intentionally introduce failures, such as disabling virtual machines (VMs)...

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Atlassian Summit

by Tom Murphy  |  September 14, 2017

Atlassian has had a solid climb from humble beginnings to near ubiquity in software development teams.  Built on a foundation of easy to use and a focus on how Teams...

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The state of DevOps -- according to me

by Joerg Fritsch  |  August 31, 2017

I recently had an interesting discussion with a client around DevOps. The client felt that for DevOps to happen they need to remove all barriers, security checks, etc., provide full...

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Predicting the Death of the CLI

by Andrew Lerner  |  November 22, 2016

Every year around December, we publish Enterprise Networking predictions. This year, we have five predictions including: By 2020, only 30% of network operations teams will use the command line interface...

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Can you operationalize Docker containers?

by Joerg Fritsch  |  July 14, 2016

As DevOps matures enterprises have a need to put critical applications running on Docker Containers into production. Security folks currently have a hard time to decide if their Docker use...

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Return of the Load Balancers

by Andrew Lerner  |  July 5, 2016

Back in 2009, we declared that Load Balancers were dead. However, a few years back we noticed a resurgence in lightweight/basic load balancers – in essence load-balancers were cool again.  This was...

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ITOSS Conference

by Andrew Lerner  |  April 26, 2016

In just a few weeks, we will be hosting our IT Operations Strategies and Solutions Summit (aka ITOSS Conference) on May 10th in National Harbor, MD. This conference is aimed at...

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