re:Invent is back! With a 3 weeks, fully virtual and free conference you’ll get the latest insights into whats new within AWS. I think you can still sign-up if you want to, or you can go over this blog to get some of the insights.
As stated, re:Invent is back. Normally this would be a full week of tech, covering ground in most of the Las Vegas hotels, but, due to the covid-19, this year it’s different. Like all other conferences held this year, AWS decided to due a full virtual event, but step it up a notch. They decided…
In the near future, many people will open their work laptops at the kitchen table or on the sofa. The Netherlands will remain at home en masse for the time being because of the corona virus.
Hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of people come online this week to take refuge in the corona virus, but certainly not all.
According to the Dutch Ministerie van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid, only 29 percent of Dutch people can work from home, including one in twenty service employees and more than half of the information workers. Amazon, KPN, Microsoft, and VMware have all asked…
The question “What is DevOps all about?” has been discussed for quite some time. How can DevOps be correctly defined and categorized if it changes constantly? In fact, if you look at a random LinkedIn Search, there are more functions being crammed into DevOps than any other roles right now.
The first years of DevOps had one truth to it: the entire DevOps movement was to break down silos between development, operations and everything else in-between to enhance software development and release processes.
But nowadays it has become more slow but steady the “new normal”. Typified by tools such as…
In the past I’ve been working with multiple DevOps teams in all sizes, shapes and figures. And there was always a discussion on the tight integration between development and operations, the handover moments, the speed of delivery. Most heard sentence was:
“We’ve worked like this forever, and it works (for us).”
In a modern IT team this is limiting.
I loosely base my teams on an approach which I got from a book called The Phoenix Project.
If you haven’t read it, please do so, because when I did, I made the the importance of IT Operations in an (business)…
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