How to hire the best in DevOps

Hire the best in DevOps

“You just can’t get the staff these days.” It’s a phrase we hear often enough in many industries. And nowhere is the search for a star employee more intricate and complex than in the world of DevOps.

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OpenStack Summit 2018: collaboration is everything

Openstack Summit 2018

Spring is always a good time to visit Vancouver. But this week it’s extra special. Why? Because the OpenStack Summit 2018 is in town.

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Site reliability and why you should plan to fail in advance

Site reliability engineering

“You have failed me for the last time.” If only Admiral Ozzel knew about site reliability engineering, aka SRE, and planning for failure, he may have been spared by Darth Vader.

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If you do one thing in 2018, make it cloud automation

Cloud Automation

We’re going to make this one short and sweet. If you want to truly streamline your IT operations then there are fewer better and more efficient ways to do it than cloud automation. Period.

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Extending legacy workloads to Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Still running your legacy IT workloads via your own data center? Then stop! The time has come for you to think lean. Extending legacy workloads to AWS has never been easier

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