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Big Data Without the Insight | @CloudExpo #BigData #DevOps #IoT #AI #ML

What’s the Point of Big Data Without the Insight? By Yann Guernion The Big Bang Theory is the pre-eminent explanation for the origins of the universe. It proposes, from an explosion of atoms, the universe rapidly expanded and in doing so created everything we know. But it did so in an erratic, haphazard and unstructured way. For every life form, an infinite amount of inhospitable desolate galaxies, planets and black holes were also created. Big Data is often associated with the birth of what is known as the Third Generation of IT and many are now at a crossroads: Do they continue... (more)

Server Provisioning | @DevOpsSummit @Automic @CAinc #DevOps #APM

Five Tips to Speed up Environment and Server Provisioning By Yann Guernion In large enterprises, environment provisioning and server provisioning account for a significant portion of the operations team's time. This often leaves users frustrated while they wait for these services. For instance, server provisioning can take several days and sometimes even weeks. At the same time, digital transformation means the need for server and environment provisioning is constantly growing. Organizations are adopting agile methodologies and software teams are increasing the speed of their de... (more)

Happiness of #DevOps Transformation | @DevOpsSummit #APM #ML #SDN

Three Reasons Why DevOps Transformation Produces Happiness By Charlie Coffey "It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory." - W. Edwards Deming. How often do we see this quote used in DevOps blogs without a hint of irony? It's as if we need to instantly complete generations of evolution to stave off extinction, like trying to grow an extra lung overnight. DevOps or Die!!! So this is it - the dreaded DevOps transformation looms large. The department will be ‘shaken up', practices will be ‘turned on their head', and staff will be ‘taken out of their comfort zone'. It's... (more)

DevOps Is Easier to Fail | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps #Agile #ContinuousDelivery

Why DevOps is Easier to Fail at than Succeed By Larry Salomon Since the term "DevOps" was coined in Belgium back in 2009, it has been impossible to avoid the debate raging around it. While we have watched it gain hype and momentum, many articles have been written to describe what elements of a DevOps strategy are required for it to be successful. In spite of this, not many organizations feel there is a need for DevOps. In a Gartner report entitled DevOps Adoption Survey Results (published in September 2015), 40% of respondents said they had no plans to implement DevOps and 31% of... (more)