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DevOps in the 1990s

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending LinuxCon/ContainerCon Europe 2016 in Berlin. Besides visiting a fascinating historical capital – there is great irony, and victory, in seeing “Ben-Gurion-Strasse” – or “Ben Gurion Street” – named after the founding Prime Minister … Continue reading

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What Emergency Rooms Could Learn from IT Help Desks

After more than twenty years working in many companies, many of them as a consultant often dramatically improving operations, I have received a blessing and a curse: Blessing: I see improvements and benefits potential almost everywhere. Curse: I see improvements and benefits missed almost … Continue reading

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Smart Design in Containers

In a previous article, we invented “Conway’s Corollary” – how design determines scale. Today, we will look at another case from the hottest technology of the last year: containers. When designing software – any piece of software – the most important … Continue reading

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