Tiny DevOps episode #44 Tod Hansmann — Observability as an engineering enabler
Problem solver Tod Hansmann of Catalyst joins me to discuss "observability": What it is, why it means different things to different people, and how to get started if it's new for you.
Adventures in DevOps 132: Observability and Serverless Intelligence Platforms with Aviad Mor
Aviad Mor talks about Lumigo's serverless intelligence platform.
Do you have a favorite remote pair programming tool?
Adventures in DevOps 131: Endless Possibilities with WebAssembly with Taylor Thomas
Will Kelly joins us to outline his approach to transforming from DevOps to DevSecOps.
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Are code freezes ever a good idea?
I found a tool to make code freezes easier. Ick. But could it ever be useful?
Adventures in DevOps 129: The Future of Intelligent Monitoring and Alerting with Ava Naeini
Ava Naeini shares her patent-pending tool that uses ML to determin the health and performance of distributed systems.
Adventures in DevOps 128: The GitOps Framework with Tanmay Bhat
We discuss the GitOps framework, advantages and disadvantages, and favorite tools.
Long-lived branches discourage refactoring
Every refactoring tends to entangle all the other functional changes together, which makes it even harder to advance changes to the production branch.
Adventures in DevOps 127: DevOps and Log Management
Various strategies to logging and log management and what you can start implementing today.
Alerting or Monitoring?
An alert that you can't respond to is a wasted alert. But monitoring can cover anything.
How serious is a deployment failure?
A deployment failure should go through standard alert channels, but should it page whomever is on call?