Site Reliability Engineering – Important Considerations

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Important Considerations for SRE In the world of DevOps, service management teams are adopting Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) to gain efficiencies from automation and service-oriented organizational structures. As the velocity of development and feature release increases, SRE teams must strike the right balance between speed and reliability. The considerations outlined below provide essential perspectives for Read more...

Telco Sings the Blockchain

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  Telco Sings the Blockchain Back in the summer of 1960, American singer/song writer Sam Cooke released the hit song Chain Gang. A classic, the song is about the punishing work of prison chain gangs, and about how the load of the work was shared and distributed among the members of the gang as they Read more...

About Machine Learning and Multi-Cloud

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  Machine Learning has become (again, see AI Winter) a very popular topic, often interchanged or mixed with other terms like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the more intriguing “Deep Learning”. How are these concepts related each other? You can think of them as a set of Russian dolls nested within each other, beginning with the Read more...

The 5 Whys of 5G

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  Did you know that ‘40s era actress Hedy Lamar (look it up – it’s true!) invented the technology that is the precursor to the modern mobility technology from which we all benefit today? Since then, Mobile and Traditional Carrier Operators have taken the torch, expanding the capabilities to where we are today – 5G. Read more...

SRE With VMware Professional Services: Technology Capabilities

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In a recent post: What is Site Reliability Engineering? We introduced the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) model for managing infrastructure and provided an introduction to some of the key aspects and why business should consider adopting aspects of this model to improve the reliability of their services – SRE is not just for large web Read more...