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Refactoring Your App with Microservices

So you’ve decided to use microservices. To help implement them, you may have already started refactoring your app. Or perhaps refactoring is still on your to-do list. In either case, if this is your first major experience with refactoring, at some point, you and your team will come face-to-face with the very large and very – Read More…

01 Jun 2017 in Learning Resource

Containers and Real-Time Resource Monitoring

Are you monitoring your containers’ resources in real time? If not, then you’re probably not monitoring as effectively as possible. In a fast-moving, dynamic microservices environment, monitoring data that is even seconds old may no longer be actionable. To prevent disruptions, you need real-time monitoring. In this post, I explain why real-time monitoring of container – Read More…

30 May 2017 in Learning Resource

DevOps and Containers, On-Prem or in the Cloud

The cloud vs. on-premises debate is an old one. It goes back to the days when the cloud was new and people were trying to decide whether to keep workloads in on-premises datacenters or migrate to cloud hosts. But the Docker revolution has introduced a new dimension to the debate. As more and more organizations – Read More…

14 Mar 2017 in Learning Resource

Using New Relic, Splunk, AppDynamics and Netuitive for Container Monitoring

If you use containers as part of your day-to-day operations, you need to monitor them — ideally, by using a monitoring solution that you already have in place, rather than implementing an entirely new tool. Containers are often deployed quickly and at a high volume, and they frequently consume and release system resources at a – Read More…

07 Dec 2016 in Learning Resource