Adventures in DevOps 170: Testing and Development in the Data Domain with Pete
Pete Hunt of Elementl joins the show to talk about DevOps in the world of data
If you have historical data regarding incident recovery times, change from a mean calculation to a 99th percentile calculation.
Adventures in DevOps 169: Everything you Need to Know about Salt with Nicholas Hughes
Learn how Salt is used for deploying, configuring, and managing complex IT systems.
Don't be so mean
The mean is useless when severe outliers are present, as is virtually always true when calculating MTTR.
Monitor what matters
Be intentional about what you monitor. Have a reason for every metric.
Adventures in DevOps 168: DevOps Approach to Software Supply Chain Security
Neatsun Ziv, CEO of OX.Security, joins the show to talk about integrating security with DevOps.
Writing Go and doin' DevOps on Backend Banter
Listen as I discuss Go, DevOps, and more, with Lane Wagner on the Backend Banter podcast.
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Adventures in DevOps 167: Metify.io with Mike Wagner
CEO of Metify.io, Mike Wagner, joins the show to talks about the advantages and implications of running on bare metal.
Adventures in DevOps 164: AWS vs GCP
Will Button explains why he's a recent convert to GCP, and where AWS still has the advantage.
How reproducible are your builds?
If you build your software now, will the result be the same if you build it again in 10 minutes? 10 days? 10 weeks?
It's just glorified auto-complete
“What the large language models are good at is saying what an answer should sound like, which is different from what an answer should be.”